Have You Ever Wondered What Is Involved In Becoming A Catholic?
If you or someone you know has never been baptized or were baptized in another Christian denomination and would like more information on what it means to become a Catholic you are invited to meet with a small group of individuals that are taking a closer look at the Catholic faith. Anyone interested in learning what is involved in becoming Catholic is encouraged to join us. Please share this invitation with family, friends, co-workers and any neighbors who may have asked questions about the Catholic faith. For questions, please contact Rel. Ed. Coordinator, Donna Thomson, at 932-3388.

Adult Faith Formation - "The Screwtape Letters" - In the SEAS Conference Room, from 9:30-10:30am:
Join us on a journey inside the mind of C.S. Lewis in this introductory review of one of the great Christian literary works of the 20th century. "The Screwtape Letters" is a thin volume of imaginative letters between the devil and his incompetent nephew who is a junior demon. This work provides insights into how the enemy manipulates and distracts us, constantly assaulting our senses and separates us from God! By identifying the tools of the enemy, we are offered the opportunity to conquer everyday spiritual struggles. Classes are now in session from 9:30-10:30am in the SEAS Conference Room. Contact Donna Thomson at 932-3388 about obtaining a pdf of the reading material.

SEAS Lending Library:
The St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Church Lending Library is available for use in the Commons Area of the Church. If you would like to borrow items for some summer reading, there is a sign-out sheet next to the bookshelf to borrow items for up to two weeks. Thank you!

Private Prayer Time:
If you would like to schedule private prayer time in the Church during the week, please call the parish office at 932-4125 and we will be happy to assist you.