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Welcome to St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church and to our parish website.

We formed our community in 1985 by trusting that "with God all things are possible" and we have maintained that trust in God throughout our pilgrimage together from Ramblewood Middle School to the opening of our Parish Center in 1989 to the dedication of our permanent church on October 14, 2001. Together in Christ, we have grown through prayer, Eucharist, stewardship and social experiences.

I have always stressed our need to belong to the parish, to take ownership of God's gift of Himself to us and to live in His power. We are, with the help of God, a living sacrament of God's life and love in our world.

Sincerely yours in Christ,

Fr. Mike
Rev. Edward M. Kelly

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IN THE WORDS OF POPE FRANCIS
Do you want to fast this Lent?
Fast from hurting words and say kind words.
Fast from sadness and be filled with gratitude.
Fast from anger and be filled with patience.
Fast from pessimism and be filled with hope.
Fast from worries and trust in God.
Fast from complaints and contemplate simplicity.
Fast from pressures and be prayerful.
Fast from bitterness and fill your heart with joy.
Fast from selfishness and be compassionate to others.
Fast from grudges and be reconciled.
Fast from words and be silent so you can listen.

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LENT SCHEDULE

Parish Lenten Mission ~ Fr Thomas Hagen
Monday, Mar 5th - Wednesday, Mar 7th ~ 7pm ~ Church
Father Tom Hagan was born and grew up in a Blue collar Catholic neighborhood of Philadelphia. At 17, he entered the Oblates of St. Francis De Sales and studied for the priesthood at Catholic University. After ordination, he worked briefly in Southern Mexico at a Navajo Indian reservation and was then was assigned to teach at a large Catholic boys high school in Philadelphia, where he also spent a great deal of his time working with gang kids in a very tough neighborhood.
During his years of teaching, he helped organize and lived in a homeless shelter. After teaching, he worked as the Catholic chaplain in campus ministry for 20 years at University of Pennsylvania, Lafayette College and Princeton University. He spent a great deal of his time working among the very poor and encouraged the students to do so as well. He has also worked in Nicaragua and Guatemala. For two years he worked at the chancery for the archdiocese of Philadelphia where he was responsible for urban ministry and human relations.
He left Princeton to live and work in Haiti. In 1987 he founded "Hands Together", which serves the poorest of the poor.

Daily Morning Mass Schedule during Lent
Monday-Friday Mornings~ 7:30am & 8:30am ~ Chapel
Saturday Morning ~ 8:30am ~ Chapel

Stations of the Cross
Thursday Evenings ~ 7:00pm ~ Church

Friday Fish Fry
Feb 23rd, Mar 2nd, 9th, 16th & 23rd ~ 6-8pm ~ Community Center
Adults $9/Children $5
Baked Tilapia/Fried Shrimp/Fried Fish/Pizza/Mozzarella Sticks (All dinners include salad, potato wedges, corn muffin, soft drinks/coffee & dessert.) Beer & Wine sold separately.

Reconciliation Schedule
All Saturdays ~ 4-5pm ~ Chapel
No Reconciliation Mar 31st ~ Holy Saturday
Parish Reconciliation (Communal)
Monday, Mar 26th ~ 7pm ~ Church
Holy Week Reconciliation
Tuesday, Mar 27th & Wednesday, Mar 28th ~ 9-10am ~ Chapel

TRIDUUM
Holy Thursday ~ Mar 29th (No morning mass)
Mass of the Lord's Supper ~ 7pm ~ Church
Good Friday ~ Mar 30th
(No morning mass)
Stations of the Cross ~ 3pm ~ Church
Good Friday Service ~ 7pm ~ Church
Holy Saturday ~ Mar 31st
(No morning mass)
Easter Vigil Mass ~ 7pm ~ Church

EASTER SUNDAY
April 1 ~ 7:30am. 8:30am, 10am & 11:30am ~ Church
April 1 ~ 10:10am & 11:40am ~ Community Center 

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For Nationwide Mass times while traveling go to www.masstimes.org

Daily Mass Schedule
Monday-Saturday
8:30am in the chapel

Weekend Mass Schedule
Saturday Vigil
5:30pm

Sunday Masses
7:30am, 8:30am, 10:00am and 11:30am

Chapel Hours
Daily Rosary
Monday - Saturday 8:00am

Chapel is open
Monday - Friday
8:00am - 10:00pm

Saturday
8:00am - 5:30pm

Adoration
Monday, Tuesday and Friday
9:00 - 10:00am

Sunday - Friday
5:00 - 10:00pm

Reconciliation
Saturday
4:00-5:00pm or by appointment

Baptisms
Contact Dcn Mario Lopez at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or the parish office

Marriages
Contact Dcn Mario Lopez at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or the parish office

Parish Office Hours
Monday-Friday
9:00am - 4:00pm
Saturday - CLOSED
Sunday
8:00am - 1:00pm