PRP Registration Forms Now Due
Returning families in PRP should be registered at this time. Please take care of this detail to avoid a $25 late fee. Forms are available online and in the narthex. If you have any questions, please contact the parish office.
Festival Kickoff ~ Parish Picnic ~ Corn Hole Tournament ~ Early Bird Drawing
Congratulations to our Early Bird Winner ~ Carolyn Brune, Seton parishioner!
For more Festival information, click onto: http://www.setonmilford.org/About/festival.shtml
Seton NEW Sunday Mass Schedule as of July 1, 2018
Beginning this weekend Sunday, July 1st, St. Elizabeth Seton will change their Sunday Mass schedule. Saturday evening Mass will continue to be at 5:00pm, and on Sunday, our new times are:
8:00am / 9:30am / 11:00am.
Thank you to all who came to our Parish Mission with Fr. John Klockeman. We can't thank him enough for teaching us and inspiring us over the three days this past week. We hope many hearts were touched and helped by God's graces and blessings given during this time as we journey to Holy Week. If you were unable to come to one or more of his sessions, you will find his talks listed for each day below. We will soon have these talks on audio for the website.
SASEAS Catholic School and Preschool Registration
We invite you to see all that we offer - we are Passionately Catholic and Academically Excellent!! Visit our school websites: www.saseasschool.org or www.setonpreschool.org or if you have questions regarding registration, please call 575-0093, or the Preschool Office, 575-9900.
Covenant of Love with the Sacred Heart of Jesus ~ Act of Consecration to the Immaculate Heart of Mary
A Novena for St. Andrew / St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish School
O Good and Gracious God,
We praise and thank you for the students in our parish school. It is a sacred privilege to continue the teaching mission of your son, Jesus. We hear his words in our hearts: “Let the children come to me! Do not hinder them.” Please listen to our prayers as we ask you, Lord, to remove whatever hinders parents from choosing our Catholic school for their children. Guide their thinking and their decisions. May parents see the great benefits of a Catholic education that can last a lifetime. Bless our efforts. Help us be a school for all. Lord we hold in prayer all the students you will send to our school. Thank you Lord for blessing us with a future filled with promise and hope. We ask this through the intercession of Mary our Blessed Mother, St. Andrew and St. Elizabeth Ann Seton. Amen.
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.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org. 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!
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.
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