Jun 22nd, 2011 by Web Admin

We, the Christian Community of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish of the Roman Catholic Diocese of St. Augustine, commit to our baptismal promises. We believe in the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ, the Son of God, who set us free to be a worshipping, ministering people. As a loving community of brothers and sisters in Christ, accepting the gospel message, we reach out to one another as we share the good news. Empowered by the Holy Spirit and affirmed by the faithful, we pledge to live our lives in a Christian manner as an example, to our children and others, of values and traditions. As a priestly people, growing in faith together, we wait in joyful hope of God’s eternal peace.

Catholic News & Prospective

A day to remember

A day to remember

Despite his historic visit to the U.N., the world didn’t heed Paul VI’s message; will it heed Francis’?
Taking a stroll

Taking a stroll

While our culture is obsessed with speed, oftenit is good to slow down and appreciate life around us
Finding God in nature

Finding God in nature

Study that finds people turn to creation, not God, points to opportunities for evangelizing ‘nones’
A culture of lost souls

A culture of lost souls

Two stories illustrate how millennials’ thirst for authenticity all too often painfully comes up short
Catholics and slavery

Catholics and slavery

U.S. Church doesn’t have the best track record with slavery. The question is, where do we stand today?
Editorial: 'A mother's heart'

Editorial: ‘A mother’s heart’

The lifelong care for those with developmental disabilities is an issue that isn’t talked about enough.
A perfect game

A perfect game

Despite another error, my family takes away more than just memories after a night at the ballpark
Death, Inc.

Death, Inc.

The increase in the legality of physician-assisted suicide presents more challenges for the Church

Mass Times & Locations

St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church


  • Monday - Friday 7:00 am
  • Monday - Saturday 8:30 am
  • Saturday Vigil:

  • 4:00 PM
  • Sunday:

  • 8:00 AM
  • 10:00 AM (Interpreted for the Deaf)
  • 12:00 PM, 5:00 PM Misa en Español

St. Stephen Chapel

  • Saturday: 6:00
  • Sunday: 5:00

Events at SEAS

August 31, 2017

Lectio Divina Bible Study

Starts: 7:30 pm

Location: Russo Room

Teen Cafe

Starts: 6:15 pm

Location: SEAS Youth Room

Charismatic Prayer Group

Starts: 1:30 pm

Location: Russo Room

Black Catholic Guild Prayer Group Meeting

Starts: 9:15 am

Location: Cody Room

August 30, 2017

Portuguese Prayer Group

Starts: 7:00 pm

Location: Cody Room

Legion of Mary

Starts: 9:00 am

Location: Russo Room


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  • Bishops Call for More ActionBishops Call for More ActionJoin the Catholic community for a Fortnight for Freedom, June 21-July 4. Learn more about how you can protect religious freedom and participate in parish activities.
  • Protecting God`s ChildrenProtecting God`s ChildrenChurches, schools and youth organizations must ensure that children and youth who worship, study or participate in activities sponsored by a parish can do so in the safest and most secure setting possible.
  • The Year of FaithThe Year of FaithPope Benedict XVI has called for a Year of Faith to be celebrated worldwide from Oct. 11, 2012 to Nov. 24, 2013. The goal is to strengthen the faith of Catholics and draw the world to faith by their example.
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