Seton Weekly Update 5/13/22

Posted on May 13, 2022

Dear Seton Family,   As the season of Easter continues on (we are just past the halfway point!), I sometimes feel the strain of sustaining the joy of the Resurrection! As if 40 days of Lent weren’t difficult enough, the Church gives 50 days to carry on the celebration of the Risen Lord!! The Church, however, is ALWAYS living the joy of Easter, because it is the Good News of the em...

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Seton Weekly Update 5/6/22

Posted on May 08, 2022 in: General News

Seton Weekly Update 5/6/22
Dear Brothers and Sisters, Happy Mothers’ Day to all Moms in our community this Sunday! We celebrate your devotion and selfless love, and we give thanks for the example you give us.  The Lord looks after us, and we give thanks that he provides for us what we cannot otherwise provide...

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Seton Weekly Update 4/29/22

Posted on April 29, 2022 in: General News

Dear Friends, As we continue the Easter season, the scriptures this weekend highlight the zeal and perseverance of the Apostles. I find great encouragement in their shift from disciple (learner) to apostle (one who is sent). Their time as followers of Jesus was often marked by getting things wrong, making mistakes, and giving up on Jesus. The Acts of the Apostles, on the other ha...

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Seton Weekly Update 4/22/22

Posted on April 24, 2022 in: General News

Dear Sisters and Brothers, “This is the day the Lord has made... let us rejoice and be glad!” (Psalm 118:24) We sang these words with passionate faith last Sunday as we celebrated the Lord’s Resurrection, and rightly so, because on Easter Jesus did what we ourselves cannot do. Only God can make that day happen! The joy of that Easter day spills over into a week of feastin...

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Easter Sunday 2022  Dear Friends,  It is a joy to wish you a Happy Easter! Of all the times we gather as Christian believers, none is more important than Easter — the greatest of all our feasts. Easter celebrates the Mystery that is the very foundation of our Christian faith, for, as St. Paul wrote, “If Christ has not risen, our faith is in vain&r...

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Seton Weekly Update 4/8/22

Posted on April 10, 2022

TONIGHT—Soup and Bread at 6:30pm in the Parish Center hosted by the Building and Grounds Committee and Haiti Outreach, followed by Stations of the Cross lead by Youth Ministry at 7:30pm in the church. Please join us! Dear Friends, We enter (Palm) Passion Sunday this weekend for our annual observance of the heart of our faith and our salvation: the celebr...

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Seton Weekly Update 4/1/22

Posted on April 03, 2022

TONIGHT—Soup and Bread at 6:30pm in the Parish Center hosted by the Adult Spiritual Enrichment Committee, followed by Stations of the Cross with Benediction at 7:30pm in the church. Please join us! (My apologies for not mentioning that the Seton Stitchers hosted Soup and Bread last Friday.) Dear Friends, Progressing on our Lenten pilgrimage we encounter bumps along the...

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New Assignment for Fr. Paul!

Posted on March 25, 2022

Dear Seton Family, It is with a heavy but grateful heart that I write this letter to you. After nine joyous and rewarding years serving this community, Archbishop Lori has appointed me as Pastor of St. Michael, Poplar Springs, Maryland, effective July 1, 2022.  During these past nine years, I have watched many of your children grow into adulthood. I have buried people whom not only you l...

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Seton Weekly Update 3/18/22

Posted on March 20, 2022

TONIGHT—Soup and Bread at 6:30pm in the Parish Center hosted by our Music Ministry, followed by Stations of the Cross at 7:30pm in the church. Tonight’s Stations are the Living Stations led by the Children’s Choir. Please join us! Dear Friends, I have always been moved by the account of Moses’ encounter with the burning bush. Moses was curio...

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TONIGHT—Soup and Bread at 6:30pm in the Parish Center hosted by the Welcoming Committee,followed by Stations of the Cross at 7:30pm in the church. Tonight’s Stations are the Traditional Stations that are prayed every Friday in the Old City of Jerusalem, followed by Benediction. Please join us! Dear Sisters and Brothers, The scriptures this weekend point to the great t...

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