Food Drive 2019

“I used to pray that God would feed the hungry, or do this or that, but now I pray that he will guide me to do whatever I’m supposed to do, what I can do.”  It’s one of the many profound quotes of Mother Teresa of Calcutta, who personified the Corporal and Spiritual Works of… Read More »

Amazon Smile Program

St. Elizabeth Seton Catholic Church is registered as a charitable organization with Amazon Smile. When you shop at and select SES as your charity, Amazon will donate 0.5 percent of the price of your eligible purchases to our church. Please consider selecting St. Elizabeth Seton as the charity to receive these donations. Our unique… Read More »

Centennial Anniversary Mass & Picnic

Please join us for several activities, including a Centennial Anniversary Mass and a parish picnic, during the weekend of Sept. 15-16. Saturday, Sept. 15 8 a.m. • Blessings of the Statues • Mass followed by adoration until 3 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 16 11:30 a.m.-2 p.m. Parish Picnic Please sign up on the sheets near the… Read More »

Informed Catholics – May 2018

FEATURED BOOK Evangelizing Catholics: A Mission Manual for the New Evangelization, by Scott Hahn, 2014 “You cannot keep the faith unless you give it away,” is the very essence of what it means to be a Christian evangelizer. Hahn’s “mission manual” equips readers with a roadmap that addresses three aspects of evangelization: the call, the… Read More »

Pastor’s Corner – April 8

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ Jesus, I have been your pastor for ten months and many changes have and will be taking place to ensure safety and the flow of operations in liturgy and office practices. The changes made in liturgy and placement of items on the altar are my preference to how I… Read More »

Informed Catholics – April 2018

The Importance of Family Mealtimes In the lives of today’s busy families, it may seem hard to make time for a family mealtime. However, the effort is well worth the return. When families eat together, it offers parents and siblings several benefits. Parents have an opportunity to listen to their children, and stay more in-tuned… Read More »

Informed Catholics – March 2018

Featured Book Praying the Rosary Like Never Before: Encounter the Wonder of Heaven and Earth, by Edward Sri, 2017 Do you struggle with praying the rosary: finding time in your busy life, difficulty with encountering the mysteries they present in depth, or fighting distractions while trying to pray the rosary?  In Praying the Rosary Like Never… Read More »

Informed Catholics – February 2018

Family Faith during Lent The liturgical season of Lent focuses on almsgiving, prayer, and sacrifice. Children often focus on the sacrifice part by “giving something up.” Consider that prayer is the focus that can impact both sacrifice and almsgiving. Using the Lenten season to develop prayer habits with the family will surely reach the mission… Read More »

Pastor’s Corner – Jan 21

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ, This week we look at the third and fourth marks of the Church. The third great historic mark or note of the one true Church was that this Church was Catholic. “Catholic” means “universal.” It refers as much to the fullness of the faith which it possesses as it… Read More »