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Adoration For Vocations

 


 

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VBS en Español

del 15 al 19 de Junio, 2015

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Ministry of the Month-Hospitality

 

The Liturgy is about the action of God’s own people, with each of us serving in different offices and roles. When we fully participate in the Liturgy with our bodies, minds, and hearts fully engaged, we make a perfect sacrifice of praise to God. Therefore, those who volunteer as greeting ministers of hospitality, a new ministry, should have the mind-set and personality to serve in this role. They should be well formed.

 

Greeting ministers of Hospitality will be the first liturgical ministers the faithful will meet before coming to Mass. Their function will be to greet the faithful before they enter the church to welcome them and to help them feel like they are part of this community of worshipers, a spirituality of communion.

 

They need to serve with reverence and dignity and with a motivation and desire to imitate the love and service of Our Lord, Jesus Christ who “did not come to be served but to serve and to give his life as a ransom for many” (Mt 20:28)." 

 


 

Registration Forms for 2015-2016 CCE Programs

 

2015 - 2016 Registration Form for Regular CCE Program

 

 

2015 - 2016 Registration Form for First Holy Communion

 

 

2015 - 2016 Registration Form for RCIA

 


 

Film Showing – Mary of Nazareth


February 21, 2015 and February 28, 2015
Sponsored by
SEAS ACTS & SEAS Catholic School PTO

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Alter Server

Training for Extraordinary Ministers of Holy
Communion

and

New Altar Servers

 

We will be having altar server training for anyone who is interested in becoming an altar server.

(For further information click here)

 

 


ADORATION FOR VOCATIONS

Parishioners are encouraged to spend time before the Blessed Sacrament to pray for vocations.  Every Christmas Season, St. Elizabeth Ann Seton will send a spiritual bouquet to our Archbishop in our Archdiocese and the Holy Father in Rome with collected tabulated hours that our parish has offered in our Adoration Chapel praying for this intention.  To participate, please post your hours in the "Adoration For Vocations" notebook in the back of the chapel.  To see how many hours are currently collected, check this link.

 


 

The Pieta at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church and Schools

 

Pieta


Behold our Lady of Sorrows with our Beloved Lord: as she once held him living under her heart in her body, now she holds him sacrificed for the sins of the world under her heart, cooperating with the work of the Holy Spirit in her, saying always, “Fiat,” “Let it be done unto me according to Thy Word.”  The Word of Salvation is first and foremost the Person of Jesus Christ, Himself, the Son of God.  May each time we look at the Pieta, may we seek to unite our hearts to Mary’s Immaculate Heart, so that in and through our union with her, we are brought by her to the Sacred Heart of Jesus, that very heart which has given itself for our salvation and the salvation of the world.

 


 

Items of Interest

 

• New book about Pope Benedict XVI

A New Book about Pope Benedict XVI, "Benedict XVI: Essays and Reflections on His Papacy" has recently been released. Further information is available at the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops website.