All Souls Day
We will again remember our loved ones in a special way during the month of November. If you have shared a photo with us in past years, they will again be displayed during November. If you have recently lost someone or have someone you would like added to our Wall of Remembrance, we will be collecting photos beginning next weekend, or please, by October 30th. Please furnish us with a copy that you will not need returned and be sure to add their name and date of death to the photograph. Our All Souls Mass will be at 12:00pm on Sunday, November 2nd. All are invited to come pray for their loved ones.
Child Protection Class
In order to volunteer in the parish or the school, the Archdiocese requires a background check and child protection class. The next Child Protection class is scheduled for Sunday, November 16, at 7:00pm, in St. Andrew's Parish Center. Register online at virtusonline.org. Archdiocesan policy is that you must be pre-registered in order to attend.
Recycling at Seton
Effective immediately, Seton will no longer be able to take your recycled paper. Abitibi has gone out of business and will be picking up the bins any day.
Pastoral Region Coordinating Committee Begins Work
As of July 1, 2014, a newly formed Pastoral Region Coordinating Committee has begun the work of developing an updated plan for the future Pastoral Region of St. Andrew and St. Elizabeth Ann Seton parishes. Each parish will preserve its own identity and autonomy while also collaborating with one another to create a “vibrant Church” in the region. Committee members include from Seton: Liz Ehrman, firstname.lastname@example.org; Valerie Fischer, email@example.com; Ted House, firstname.lastname@example.org; Bob Manning, email@example.com; Fr. Michael Cordier, firstname.lastname@example.org; and from St. Andrew: Bruce Bacon, email@example.com; Janet DuBois, Janetmhs73@gmail.com; Ray Lamping, firstname.lastname@example.org; Frank Sullivan, email@example.com; Fr. Rob Waller, firstname.lastname@example.org; the committee is facilitated by Jane Myers, email@example.com. Committee members who are also Parish Council members will give regular reports on the work of the committee to their respective councils. Summaries will also be included in Sunday bulletins. Feel free to contact committee members with your questions or concerns.
For information and guidelines from the Archdioceseon pastoral regions, you can go to their website:
Are you interested in learing 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.
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