Covid Update - 5/21/2021

Posted on May 24, 2021

It has been hectic week since Governor Hogan announced lessening social distancing from 6 feet to 3 feet (last Wednesday) and then, lifting the indoor mask mandate (Friday). On Saturday, the Archdiocese of Baltimore went along with the lifting of the mask mandate on parish campuses in the Archdiocese. Because our county executive supports Governor Hogan’s decision, the directives above apply...

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Weekly Flocknote - 5/21/2021

Posted on May 21, 2021

Special Announcement—covid edition It has been hectic week since Governor Hogan announced lessening social distancing from 6 feet to 3 feet (last Wednesday) and then, lifting the indoor mask mandate (Friday). On Saturday, the Archdiocese of Baltimore went along with the lifting of the mask mandate on parish campuses in the Archdiocese. Because our county executive supports Governor Hogan&...

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Weekend Update - 5/14/2021

Posted on May 14, 2021

SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS As we have announced, there are no sign-ups for Masses through Eventbrite this weekend. There will be First Communions at all Masses, so it may be challenging to get a seat. PLEASE BE PATIENT and MERCIFUL with our Ushers who will be doing their best to accommodate everyone. This is the first time we will be doing this. It will not be perfect, nor will it be pretty! Hopeful...

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Weekend Update - 5/7/2021

Posted on May 07, 2021

SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS NEXT WEEKEND MAY 15/16—We will not have sign-ups through Eventbrite for Masses. There will be First Communions at the indoor Masses, so without sign-ups it may be challenging to get a seat. PLEASE BE PATIENT with our Ushers who will be doing their best to accommodate everyone.  Our Fr. Paul will be celebrating 30 YEARS of Priestly ministry this Tuesday, almos...

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Registration ends Wednesday May 5th at 10pm. Click here to register.       Seton Mass instructions About this Event Please note the following guidelines that we will be following to ensure everyone's safety. These guidelines come from the State of Maryland, Anne Arundel county and the Archdiocese of Baltimore. Please take you...

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Weekend Update - 4/30/2021

Posted on April 30, 2021

Dear Seton Family, This weekend we continue to welcome our young children to full participation in the Mass as they receive the Eucharist for the first time. I offer my congratulations to Reagan Lewis, Kate Bailey, Jason McDonough, Julia Maurath, Alexander Windsor, Shea Erickson, Elizabeth Jamerson, Andrew Mohl and Ava Mararac and thank them for their hard work, with their parents during the pa...

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Registration ends Wednesday Apr. 28th at 10pm. Click Here to Register Seton Mass instructions About this Event Please note the following guidelines that we will be following to ensure everyone's safety. These guidelines come from the State of Maryland, Anne Arundel county and the Archdiocese of Baltimore. Please take your temperature before you ...

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Weekend Update - 4/23/2021

Posted on April 23, 2021

Dear Sisters and Brothers, Jesus presents himself to us as one who will go to great lengths to protect us, to heal us, and to save us. We know that as we gaze upon the cross, where he lays down his life for us. Today he calls himself the Good Shepherd, and he assures us that he has our best interests at heart. In light of Jesus’ words about shepherding, today is also the World Day of Pray...

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Registration ends Wednesday Apr. 21st at 10pm. Click here to register.       Seton Mass instructions About this Event Please note the following guidelines that we will be following to ensure everyone's safety. These guidelines come from the State of Maryland, Anne Arundel county and the Archdiocese of Baltimore. Please take y...

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Weekend Update - 4/16/2021

Posted on April 16, 2021

Dear Seton Family and Friends, The joy of Easter overflows into 50 days of celebration of the Resurrection of our Lord. One day, even one week, is not enough to contain the fullness of the mystery. I think the 50 days enables us to gain some sense of “comfort” not only with the idea of the Resurrection (recall that it took the disciples some time to “figure it out”), but...

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