Good Friday

Posted on April 10, 2020

Dear Friends, Today we commemorate Good Friday of the Lord’s Passion with two liturgies: 12:00 Noon  Stations of the Cross: The Stations that I will be leading come from the mother of priest from the Diocese of Saginaw, Michigan. She composed a set of prayers by connecting Jesus’ Passion and the COVID-19 pandemic. You can read about her story here. I came across these around...

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Dear Seton Family, Even though we are not together for the events and celebrations of Holy Week, we are still able to be united with each other and with the Lord in prayer and walk with him during these holy days.  The aim of Holy Week is to be in union with Christ, to share as fully as we can in his last days that led to his Passion, Death, and Resurrection. While the tangible thing...

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Parish Update - 4/7/2020

Posted on April 07, 2020

Dear Seton Family,   As we continue our journey with Jesus during Holy Week, we are facing immense challenges this year. With increased isolation from family and friends, from work and school, and even from our parish community, it could prove difficult to express our love and devotion, or to mark this week as different from any other days right now. I encourage you to carve out time to...

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Posted on April 03, 2020

Dear Brothers and Sisters, I hope this message finds you and your family well as we weather this unparalleled crisis. You continue to be in my thoughts and daily prayer. With the absence of public Masses and celebration of the sacraments, Seton Parish has become a “virtual” parish – using the technology at our disposal to stay connected with you and provide opportunities ...

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Holy Week & Easter Schedule

Posted on March 31, 2020

Dear Seton Friends and Families,   Even though Governor Hogan’s recent executive order to “stay at home” is in effect, rest assured we willbe able to livestream our Holy Week services, as well as Daily and Sunday Masses on the parish Facebook (link) and YouTube (link), and the Angelus every day at 12 noon.  (If you do not have a facebook but wish to watch our...

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Posted on March 27, 2020

Good afternoon all, I hope everyone is staying as safe as possible during this time!  I spoke to Father this morning and I wanted to reach out to all of you with some updates and ideas. Pictures: With all of us unable to attend Mass in person I wanted to try and give Father a sense of accompaniment as he navigates Masses and especially Holy Week and Easter without us physically prese...

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Posted on March 26, 2020

Dear Brothers and Sisters,   I hope that you and your families are weathering this crisis as well as possible, and that you are all safe and well.   We have now lived through a little over a week of the current restrictions and guidelines, but if you are like me, it already feels like an eternity. It’s amazing how time-consuming and physically draining it can be trying ...

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COVID19, Covid
Attention Seton Parishioners! Due to the current overwhelming need for blood, the American Red Cross has asked Seton Parish to host another blood drive in our hall this Saturday, 3/28/20, from 9am-3pm.  Please consider signing up to donate during this great time of need! If you would like to participate in the blood drive please follow this link to sign up to give blood: https://www....

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blood drive


Posted on March 23, 2020

Dear Parishioners and Friends, In an effort to keep everyone connected, I will continue to send updates and reminders regarding what is going on here at Seton and in our Crofton community. I thank you for your understanding for these multiple emails due to the COVID-19 updates that are fluid.      OUR OFFICE: As a result of Governor Hogan’s press conference this mo...

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Posted on March 20, 2020

Dear Friends,  Last Saturday afternoon we were preparing for parish Masses with a limit of 250 people. Then the new guideline was issued that capped the upper limit at 50 people. Now we are operating under CDC guidelines that all gatherings should stay under 10 people. So much has changed within just 72 hours. To say that this crisis is evolving quickly is a huge understatement. In al...

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