Please view our temporary Mass schedule below

Holy Mass Saturday 8/1/2020

Our apologies in advance. If our Saturday/Sunday Mass does not appear here, please view it on our face book page https://www.facebook.com/setonpa/ where you can view it at any time. Thank You.

Our Hearts are Broken by the loss of Terry Jankoviak. Terry served our parish community in so many special ways during her time on earth. From Catechist, to Director of Religious Education, Vacation Bible School, cantor, Children's choir and play helper, plus so many more roles, including her Family's World Famous Potato Pancakes for the Bazaar. She worked tirelessly for the church and I know many of you would wish to be present for her Mass of Christian Burial so we have the mass located here. May she Rest In Peace.

TEMPORARY MASS SCHEDULE

Our temporary Mass Schedule  begins June 1. 2020.

Monday - Friday  6:30 am

Saturday 5:00

Sunday 7:00, 9:00, 11:00 and 5:30 pm 

Seating is limited 

Masks must be worn and all signs and directions must be adhered to. 

PARISH OFFICES
Our office is now open! Please wear a mask and a call ahead is recommended
at 570-287-6624.
You can also email us:
Lori’s email: setonpa@aol.com Monica’s email: seton.swoy@aol.com As always Father is able to be reached at the rectory at 570-287-6624 ext. 105 or email: fatherjoey@aol.com

Please Note:  You can view our Holy Mass here on our front page every Sunday. You may view any of our past Masses Here...

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Diocese of Scranton announces establishment of Coronavirus Emergency Fund

SCRANTON – Bishop Joseph C. Bambera announces the establishment of the Coronavirus Emergency Fund in the Diocese of Scranton to help support public ministries, parishes and school families amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Coronavirus Emergency Fund will allow individuals to financially support any parish in the Diocese, assist public ministries that operate food pantries, kitchens and shelters, or provide emergency assistance for Diocesan Catholic Schools. People interested in supporting the fund can make a gift to a specific parish, school, pantry, kitchen, shelter or relief assistance program. More than 200 people have made gifts to the fund in the first two weeks.

“While this is a time of great challenge, I am encouraged to see so many people wanting to reach out in support of our families, our neighbors and our parishes,” Bishop Bambera said. “Due to the suspension of Masses, which was necessary to protect the health and safety of our community, our parishes and the Diocese now face the increased risk of financial shortfalls.”

Gifts to the fund will support Catholic Human and Social Services of the Diocese of Scranton in its efforts to serve the increasing number of people in need of help at this time at five food pantries in Carbondale, Hazleton, Scranton and Wilkes-Barre, kitchens in Scranton and Wilkes-Barre and three homeless shelters in Hazleton, Scranton and Wilkes-Barre.

The Coronavirus Emergency Fund also provides an opportunity to support emergency tuition assistance for Catholic school families and support for faculty and staff and contribute to any of the Diocese’s 118 parishes that are struggling to pay their expenses with no public Masses scheduled.

Interested donors are encouraged to make gifts to the Coronavirus Emergency Fund online at www.dioceseofscranton.org/emergencyfund.

If donors prefer, they can mail gifts to Coronavirus Emergency Fund, Diocese of Scranton, 300 Wyoming Ave., Scranton, PA 18503. Checks should be made to the Diocese of Scranton and list the gift designation – either the parish name, Catholic Human and Social Service program or specific Catholic School they wish to support.

Bishop Bambera’s Video Announcing Coronavirus Emergency Fund Here.

 

Confessions

 

Saturday - 4:30- 4:45 

 

TEMPORARY MASS SCHEDULE

Our temporary Mass Schedule  begins,  June 1. 2020

Monday - Friday  6:30 am

Saturday 5:00

Sunday 7:00, 9:00, 11:00 and 5:30 pm 

Seating is limited 

Masks must be worn and all signs and directions must be adhered to.

St. Elizabeth Ann Seton

Welcome to our Parish!
 

No matter what your present status in the Catholic Church,No matter what your current family or marital situation, No matter what your current personal history, age, income, background, gender, race, ethnicity or spirituality, No matter what your own self-image or holiness or virtue - You belong to Christ and belong to us! You are invited, accepted and respected here at Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish. We welcome you. We want to share our Roman Catholic way of life with you!


As Gospel living people we are called to prayerful worship, spreading the message of Christ, supporting and building up our Community of faith, life-long formation and empowering one another to use our time, talent and treasure for the good of others.
Newcomers are most welcome, we do want to meet you!
For more information or to arrange a parish visit, please call our Parish Office at 570-287-6624.

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