News & Events
Palm Sunday Mass Schedule
Easter Triduum Schedule
Mass of the Lord's Supper - Thursday (4/1) 7:00pm
Passion of the Lord - Friday (4/2) 3:00pm
Easter Sunday (4/4)
Friday Lenten Stations of the Cross
At Seton Catholic School:
Looking for a way to meditate on the Stations of the Cross on your own, in the car, or with friends? Our own Laura Boronski, Catholic singer/songwriter, has a 15-minute meditation that takes you through all 14 Stations. She will perform them live on Friday, March 26 at 6pm at Seton School. For more details, or to purchase a copy reach out to Laura at Mass or at LauraBoronski.com.
Lent is a 40 day season of prayer, fasting, and almsgiving that begins on Ash Wednesday and ends at sundown on Holy Thursday. It's a period of preparation to celebrate the Lord's Resurrection at Easter. During Lent, we seek the Lord in prayer by reading Sacred Scripture; we serve by giving alms; and we practice self-control through fasting. We are called not only to abstain from luxuries during Lent, but to a true inner conversion of heart as we seek to follow Christ's will more faithfully. We recall the waters of baptism in which we were also baptized into Christ's death, died to sin and evil, and began new life in Christ.
Many know of the tradition of abstaining from meat on Fridays during Lent, but we are also called to practice self-discipline and fast in other ways throughout the season. Contemplate the meaning and origins of the Lenten fasting tradition in this reflection. In addition, the giving of alms is one way to share God's gifts—not only through the distribution of money, but through the sharing of our time and talents. As St. John Chrysostom reminds us: "Not to enable the poor to share in our goods is to steal from them and deprive them of life. The goods we possess are not ours, but theirs." (Catechism of the Catholic Church, no. 2446).
In Lent, the baptized are called to renew their baptismal commitment as others prepare to be baptized through the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults, a period of learning and discernment for individuals who have declared their desire to become Catholics. Source: USCCB
Going Apostolic Mission
For those that participated in our Advent workshop, you will recall that Fr David spoke of the need to re-think how we think, how we are Church, and how we creatively and effectively engage our culture which is no longer Christian. This requires us-as Pope Francis has repeatedly called for-to “go out to the peripheries,” to our neighbors, our co-workers, our friends, the homeless, etc. In this missionary spirit and in light of our limited ability to utilize Seton School during the academic year, Fr David is beginning to schedule weekday Masses (Mon, Wed, or Fri) in your home or neighborhood area (indoor and/or outdoor, pending weather and COVID-19 safety). If you would like to host or facilitate a Mass and or social afterwards for your neighborhood, please determine the 4 W’s (what, who, when, & where) before submitting a request. Opening beginning the 2nd week of February.
We believe that Jesus Christ came to reveal the fullness of God's love for us, and we continue to celebrate that love through praise, sacraments, service, and community.
Our community offers a wide range of ministry opportunities. Whether you'd like to learn more, pray more, or serve more, we have a ministry for you.
Making an offering of our financial resources is an integral part of what it means to be a Christian. We have a variety ways to make it easy for you to support our community.