Thank you!

What a great response! Thank you to our generous donor for stirring us to action this past week. The parish went above and beyond as usual. Over $5,000 was raised in the giving effort to go with the $2,500 gift that was promised as a match. It was an impressive week...

A Welcome Sign – more than sponsoring seats

To help others to find their way to St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Church, a new sign on the corner of Theodolite and 31 is also part of our bicentennial campaign.  It will match our current style and include three crosses rising from the brick monument to catch the eye of...

The call to teach

St. Elizabeth Ann Seton: The Call to Teach “At Whatever Risk, Yet Go Forward” To Teach…Or Not to Teach? Elizabeth Ann Seton was thinking about moving to Canada. She missed her sons and thought their experience at Georgetown would qualify them for a school in...

Bicentennial Coloring Contest DEADLINE EXTENDED

YOU NOW HAVE UNTIL FEBRUARY 21 TO TURN IN PICTURES AND PSALMS. Coloring/Psalm Contest Rules & Guidelines: Coloring Contest Groups Group 1: Pre-k – 1st Grade Group 2: 2nd – 4th Grade Group 3: 5th – 8th Grade Psalm Contest Groups Group 1: 5th...

Hardship and rejection

This week’s bulletin insert focuses on the difficulties faced by St. Elizabeth. It sounds a bit like the pastor’s letter that goes to all new members of our parish. They are greeted with the words, “Understanding that there is great pressure to “have it all...

Early life of Elizabeth Ann Seton

Check out the bulletin insert for some highlights from the early life of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton. It is amazing to learn how open she was to the Lord as a child! Parents and grandparents might take confidence that their kids and grandkids have a greater spiritual...