|Check out the fish fry.||Proposal to Relegate St. Ignatius Church to Profane Status|
Lent at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish
Called to continuing conversion, to a deeper spiritual life, and to prepare for Easter, all Christians are encouraged to undertake works of:
- prayer, i.e, special devotions such as Stations of the Cross, a Bible study, a daily rosary, etc.;
- self-denial, i.e., to “give something up for Lent,” usually some lawful pleasure such as a kind or quantity of food, drink, entertainment, or any other satisfaction;
- charity, i.e., a habit of special kindness extended to others, especially to those in need, often in the form of contributions to charities or to the poor.
Every Friday in Lent
|1:30 pm||Stations of the Cross||7:00 pm||Stations of the Cross|
|(except April 11)|
|Fish Fry||11:30 am to 6:30 pm|
Lenten Fridays are days of abstinence** from meat.
Every Saturday in Lent
Confessions 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon
Every Sunday in Lent
3:00 p.m. Gorzkie żale
Wednesday, March 12
The Light is Still on for You
Confessions 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Thursday, March 20 at 7:00 p.m.
Lenten Penance Service
(for children 2nd to 8th grades)
Multiple priests will be available for individual confession & absolution
Bishop David Zubik administers
the Sacrament of Confirmation
to youth and others at SEAS
Friday, April 11, at 7:00 p.m.
Lenten Penance Service for Adults
Bishop William Winter and several priests will be on hand
for individual confession & absolution
*Fasting is obligatory for healthy Catholics ages 18 to 59. (Others are encouraged to make alternative personal sacrifices for those days.)
**Abstinence from eating meat is obligatory for Catholics age 14 and up.