St. Elizabeth Seton
We are a spirit-filled Catholic Community of faith-centered people dedicated to the growth of God's Kingdom and the living of the Gospel. We proclaim the Good News of Salvation to all by living a life of faith and loving concern for all our sisters and brothers.
Middle School Youth Group
Looking for some fun, fellowship with friends? Check out the dates for the youth group activities and be a part of all that’s happening with the Middle School Youth Group. We gather twice a month either for a fun field trip or Youth Mass and meeting. The meetings that follow the 5pm Youth Mass includes; dinner, and experiencing our faith through games, service projects or guest speakers. Download the flyer...
St Elizabeth Seton Annual Fish Fry hosted by the Men’s Club
Come join us at the 8th annual St Elizabeth Seton fish fry hosted by the Men’s Club on February 20th in McKeon Hall @ 6:30PM. The evening will start at 6PM with Stations of the Cross in the church followed by the Fish Fry in McKeon Hall.
I hope that you and your family had a blessed Christmas and New Year. You remain in my heart and in my prayers as we move forward with the important work of the diocese and, in particular, with the discernment of the Synod. Over the past month, I have met several times with the Synod Commission members and the Study Committee chairs to review feedback from the November General Session and to explore ways to refine and focus the 60 challenges put forward by Synod Study Committees.
Read the entire letter from Bishop Frank Caggiano on the Diocesan Synod.
In addition to the weekly offerings, collections are taken for special causes, our parish emergency fund and Holy Days. Most are a second collection on Sunday. A few are for Holy Days which occur during the week. Remember, you can schedule your offerings to be electronically transferred! See Online Giving...
Last month, Bishop Caggiano mentioned his desire to convoke a diocesan-wide synod. Since then, many hearing about it have expressed great enthusiasm and a desire to participate. What is a diocesan synod? To answer briefly, it is a year-long process of consultation and planning wherein the clergy, religious and the faithful of the diocese come together to discuss and advise the bishop regarding how to make our Church more responsive to our current needs and to plan our future together. Read more about this at the Diocesan Synod Website...