Holy Week Schedule ~ Lenten Regulations for Fast & Abstinence
Confession times added to the Holy Week Schedule ~ see Wednesday and Friday
7:00pm Chrism Mass at the Cathedral
7:00pm -9:00pm Confessions
Holy Thursday ~ no morning Mass
11:30am St. Andrew School Campus Stations of the Cross
2:30pm Seton School Campus Stations of the Cross
7:30pm Mass of the Lord’s Supper with Adoration following Mass until 10:45pm
10:45pm Night Prayer
Good Friday ~ no morning Mass ~ a day of fast and abstinence
12:00 noon Mid-Day Prayer
12:30pm The Passion with Holy Communion and Veneration of the Cross
2:30pm Stations of the Cross
7:00pm Stations of the Cross and Veneration of the Cross
Easter Vigil ~ no morning or 5:00pm Mass, and no confessions
9:30am Preparation Rites and Easter Vigil Rehearsal
8:45pm Easter Vigil Mass with reception following in the cafeteria
Easter Sunday ~ Mass schedule:
7:30am / 9:00am / 10:30am / 12:00noon
Family Lenten Calendar
Prayer by St. Elizabeth Ann Seton
Lord Jesus, Who was born for us in a stable, lived for us a life of pain and sorrow, and died for us upon a cross; say for us in the hour of death, Father, forgive, and to Your Mother, Behold your child. Say to us: “This day you shall be with Me in paradise.” Dear Savior, leave us not, forsake us not. We thirst for You, Fountain of Living Water. Our days pass quickly along, soon all will be consummated for us. To Your hands we commend our spirits, now and forever. Amen.
Pastoral Region Plan Complete
Thanks to the extraordinary work of the Pastoral Region Coordinating Committee in 2014, the Pastoral Region Plan for St. Andrew and St. Elizabeth Ann Seton is now complete. If you would like to read the completed Pastoral Region Plan, Exhibit A - C, Exhibit D - H, click on these three links.
The review of the process that we can all expect over the next two years is on June 30, 2015, Fr. Rob Waller will retire as pastor of St. Andrew. In the spring of 2015, his position will be “open listed.” In situations like this, sometimes a “parochial administrator” is named who would have the same responsibilities as pastor, but for only a two-year term. However, if the right priest candidate surfaces at the right time, there is the possibility of a “pastor” being named to St. Andrew who will automatically become the pastor of the Pastoral Region of St. Andrew and St. Elizabeth Ann Seton in 2017 when it is fully implemented. In June of 2017, Fr. Michael Cordier will complete his term as pastor of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish. Fr. Cordier does not intend to present himself as a candidate for the position of pastor of the Pastoral Region.
Are you interested in learning more about the Catholic Faith?
We welcome all who would be interested in learning more about the Catholic Faith, and maybe even becoming Catholic. The Catholic Church traces its beginnings to Jesus Christ. Our Lord gave us the Church, and through the Church, we have been given the Magisterium, the Sacraments, and the Bible, and so much more, all guided by the Holy Spirit. If you have any questions or would like to
make an appointment to talk, call Patty Norris at 575 - 0119 or email her at email@example.com. You can also call Fr. Michael Cordier at 575-0119. May the Spirit help you ask a question and begin the most exciting journey of a lifetime.
Visit www.Catholicscomehome.org for faith filled information!
Seton Preschool and SASEAS School Registration
Interested in registering into our Catholic School? Please contact the SASEAS School Office, 575-0093; or the Seton Preschool Office, 575-9900 for more information.
Vocation Minute ~ View this Video ~ Pope Francis: Do you want to be a priest?
Please take a minute and offer a prayer (Our Father and Hail Mary) for vocations. Please pray that a man or woman from SEAS would accept the invitation to follow Christ as a diocesan priest or religious sister or nun. And pray for parishioner Matt Spotts who continues his formation to become a Jesuit priest.
Media Opportunities to Connect at Seton
Lenten Mission Talks - Fr. Bryce Sibley
Fr. Sibley's Sunday Homily
Monday ~ The Sin of Sloth
Tuesday ~ Three Things Each Catholic Should Know
Wednesday ~ Being Part of the Mission of the Church