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8:30am-5:00pm Sat.: 8:30am-4:00pm Closed daily: 12pm
1811 Pueblo Vista Dr.
Las Vegas, NV 89128
Parish Office 702-228-8311
Fax 702-228-8310
School 702- 804-8328
www.seaslv.org
CELEBRATION OF THE
EUCHARIST
Saturday Vigil: 4:00pm
Sunday: 6:30am, 8:00am,
10:00am, 12:00pm,
4:00pm, 6:00pm
Mon.-Sat.: 8:00am
ADORATION
Mon.-Fri.: 8:30am-7:00pm.
Sat.: 8:30am-3:00pm. )
Closed during Triduum,
Holy Days, and
public holidays.)
RECONCILIATION
Saturdays: 8:30am
(or by appointment)
MORNING PRAYER
Mon.-Sat: 7:10am, Chapel
ROSARY
Mon.-Sat: 7:30am, Chapel
PARISH OFFICE HOURS
Mon.-Fri.: 8:30am-5:00pm
Sat.: 8:30am-4:00pm
Closed daily: 12pm-1:00pm
CHURCH OPENS
Mon.-Sat.: 7:00am
Sun.: 5:30am
Welcome to St. Elizabeth Ann Seton
Mass Intentions
We are glad you are here! In order
that we may better serve you, please
register in the parish. This way you
are known to us when requesting the
services of the church. Registration
forms are available in the gathering
space of the church and seaslv.org.
Saturday
8:00am
4:00pm
09/20
†Laurent Lamothe
†Cruz & Alice Carbajal
Sunday
6:30am
8:00am
10:00am
12:00pm
4:00pm
6:00pm
09/21
†Andrew & Stella Slominski
†Gail Battle
†Edmund & Catherine Pickering
Book of Intentions
†Joseph & Anna Terranova
Parishioners of SEAS
Monday
8:00am
09/22
†George Kotil
Tuesday
8:00am
09/23
†Ann Hermanny
Anointing of the Sick Call the parish
office if you need to receive the
Sacrament of Anointing of the Sick at
home or in a hospital. For assistance
after hours or on Sundays, please call
the answering service at 702-3889571. A priest will then contact you.
The Sacrament is also offered
communally within the Mass. Watch
the bulletin for upcoming Anointing
of the Sick Masses, scheduled on a
quarterly basis.
Baptism or infants and children up to
7 years of age are celebrated on
Sundays either during Mass or at
1:45pm. Parents should attend the
baptism class on the first Tuesday of
the month at 7:00 pm in the Church.
Marriage At least one party must be a
registered, participating member of
the parish for at least 4 months. A 6
month minimum time period is
needed to complete the preparation
required for the Sacrament of
Marriage. The first step is for both
parties to meet with Fr. Bede Wevita.
To make an appointment please call
the parish office.
Vocations Please consult with one of
the priests.
Holy Communion to the Sick If you
are homebound, please call Tom &
Patty at 702-285-5573 and an
Extraordinary Minister of Holy
Communion will visit you. In case of
hospitalization, inform the hospital
staff that you are Catholic and would
like to receive Communion.
Funerals In the event of a death of a
loved one, please contact the Funeral
Ministry at 702-403-8416 BEFORE
making arrangements with any of the
professional services. Pre-planning is
available.
Book of Remembrance Our Parish Book of
Remembrance is located in the gathering
space of the church. You are welcome to
inscribe names of loved ones, living and
deceased, as well as special intentions for
inclusion in Masses and prayers.
Parish Staff
Clergy
Deacon Joe Deegan
Deacon Steve Doucet
Deacon Aruna Silva
Fr. Gem Bandivas, Parochial Vicar
Fr. Bede Wevita, Pastor
Children’s Faith Formation
Patricia Pavliga, Faith Formation Asst.
702-804-8306, [email protected]
Helen Silva, Director of Faith Formation
702-804-8351, [email protected]
Parish Office...702-228-8311
Rosie Arellano, Executive Assistant
702-804-8312, [email protected]
Helen Little, Accountant
702-804-8315, [email protected]
Ninette Harrington, Gift Shop
702-804-8301, [email protected]
Cheryl Shaffer, Receptionist
702-804-8302, [email protected]
Steve Schmitt, Parish Manager
702-804-8305, [email protected]
Ingrid Quinlan, Volunteer Coordinator
702-804-8310, [email protected]
Outreach
Kelsea Cerza, Outreach Asst.
702-804-8314, [email protected],
Maureen Cerza, Kitchen Coordinator/Asst.
702-804-8307, [email protected]
Jeanne Kilduff, Outreach Coordinator
702-804-8311, [email protected]
School Office...702-804-8324
Dr. Carey Roybal-Benson, Principal
702-804-8390,
[email protected]
Wednesday 09/24
†Joyce & Alice Aldonis
8:00am
Thursday
8:00am
09/25
†Joseph & Kathryn Bland
Friday
8:00am
09/26
Novena for the Deceased
Saturday
8:00am
4:00pm
09/27
†Marion Blagdan
†Rolando Enriquez
Sunday
6:30am
8:00am
09/28
†Theresa Clark
†Salvacion Co, Gonzalo &
Aquilina Puzalan
Book of Intentions
†Edwin Abreu
†Andrew Blagdan
Parishioners of SEAS
10:00am
12:00pm
4:00pm
6:00pm
Mass Intentions may be requested by
visiting the parish during office hours.
The person requesting the intention may
ask for a card that can be sent to notify a
person that a Mass intention has been
requested. Mass intentions are filled on a
first come first served basis. The priest
silently remembers the intention as he
celebrates the Eucharist. Mass intentions
are not announced during the celebration
of the Mass.
Worship
Dee Dee Brunelle, Dir. Music Ministry
702-804-8308, [email protected]
William Vaughan, Pastoral Associate
702-804-8362, [email protected]
Prayer List Recently: Gordon Parker
Maja Doherty, Nick Ranieri, Janet Knapik,
Amal Youngblood, Previously announced:
Jim Youngblood, James & Alice Shields
Youth & Young Adult Ministry
Meghan Hernandez, Dir. Youth Ministry
702-804-8313, [email protected]
Natasha Nelson, Youth Ministry Assistant
702-804-8372, [email protected]
To add a name of a friend or relative to
the prayer list, please ask their permission
and contact the parish office. Likewise,
please notify the parish office to delete
names.
Parish Office 702-228-8311
St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Roman Catholic Church
Offertory and Attendance
Pastor’s Note
September 13-14, 2014
Dear Parishioners,
4:00pm Vigil
6:30am
8:00am
10:00am
12:00pm
4:00pm
6:00pm
Mailed-in
Online
I would like to thank everyone who supported our
“Stuff the Truck” Food Drive held last weekend. Your
kind and very generous donations provided nearly 5
tons of food to Catholic Charities of Southern
Nevada. Thank you also to our John and Jeanne
Kilduff for arranging the food drive and our staff and
volunteers for your continued dedication to the
success of this program. Everyone involved made this
such a success and we can’t thank you enough. You
are feeding the hungry and you are doing it for Christ.
May God bless you abundantly.
6,088.50
5,867.50
6,773.00
5,576.00
3,268.00
3,902.00
2,798.40
935.88
4,362.00
39,571.28
CSA Pledges (as of 9/9/14)
CSA Assessment
Overage (Parish Rebate)
Participating Families
Air-conditioning unit 
Still Needed for Faith Formation
Still Needed for School Tuition Reduction
In just under 5 weeks, our Parish hall and campus
will transforms into a Halloween festival with loads of
fun for the families and friends of St. Elizabeth Ann
Seton Church. Our Boo Bash Festival and
International Food Fair will be held in on Saturday,
October 25 and there will be games for the children,
beverage and snacks to enjoy and decorations that
will put you in the Halloween Spirit. There will be ,
live entertainment and a raffle with a grand prize of
$3,500! The wonderful international foods associated
with the many cultures that make up St. Elizabeth
Ann Seton Church will be prepared with love by
parishioners who take great pride in their heritage.
German Bratwurst, Springrolls from Vietnam, Lumpia
from the Philippines, Tacos from Mexico, Italian
pastas, and of course All-American cheeseburgers will
be just of few of the many dishes available for you to
enjoy. But that is not all! We are still hoping families
will come forward to host their favorite cuisine. How
about a Polish or Indian booth? Consider showing us
your culinary skills and prepare one or two of your
favorite dishes for others to enjoy. Our Church is
universal and we want all of its beautiful cultures
represented and to show just how diverse we are. Or ,
if you prefer to leave the cooking to someone else,
sponsor a booth and help those cooking with their
out-of-pocket expenses. Contact Steve Schmitt for
more information. Please help us make this a night to
remember and plan on bringing your family, friends,
and neighbors to the Boo Bash Festival. Everyone will
have a wonderful time while supporting our largest
fundraiser of the year.
Yours in Christ,
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Offering Attendance
860
489
710
1,190
726
600
616
302,155
234,448
$67,707
751
40,000
100,000
50,000
Upcoming Diocesan and Parish Special
Collections
 10/4-October Building Maintenance Fund
 10/12-Special Collection for the Middle
East/Support for Sister Parish*
Special Collection for the Middle East
Our Diocese will take a special collection on October
11-12, 2014 to provide
support to Christians and
other minorities facing
persecution and ongoing
violence in the Middle East.
“An appeal to
all families:
When you say
your prayers,
remember all
those forced
from their
homes in Iraq.”
*Funds received for the
“Support for Sister Parish”
collection scheduled for
October 12th will support
immediate humanitarian
and pastoral needs in the
Middle East. Thank you for
your support of this special
collection and for your con–Pope Francis
tinued prayers for the
victims of this crisis.
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Altar Flower Dedication
Would you like to honor a loved one, give thanks for
an anniversary or accomplishment, or commemorate
a loved one’s birthday or death by sponsoring flowers
on the altar? Your name and the names of your loved
ones will be printed in the Sunday bulletin. The cost
of the altar flowers is $250. Please visit the parish
office to secure your preferred date.
Readings for the Week
Monday: Prv 3:27-34; Ps 15:2-5; Lk 8:16-18
Tuesday: Prv 21:1-6, 10-13;
Ps 119:1, 27, 30, 34, 35, 44; Lk 8:19-21
Wednesday: Prv 30:5-9;
Ps 119:29, 72, 89, 101, 104, 163; Lk 9:1-6
Thursday: Eccl 1:2-11; Ps 90:3-6, 12-14, 17bc; Lk 9:7-9
Friday: Eccl 3:1-11; Ps 144:1b, 2abc, 3-4; Lk 9:18-22
Saturday: Eccl 11:9 -- 12:8; Ps 90:3-6, 12-14, 17;
Lk 9:43b-45
Sunday: Ez 18:25-28; Ps 25:4-9; Phil 2:1-11 [1-5];
Mt 21:28-32
Saints and Special Observances
Sunday: Twenty-fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time;
Catechetical Sunday
Tuesday: St. Pius of Pietrelcina (Padre Pio); Autumn
begins
Wednesday: Rosh Hashanah (Jewish New Year)
5775 begins at sunset
Friday: Ss. Cosmas and Damian
Saturday: St. Vincent de Paul
A Stewardship Moment
Today’s Readings
From an early age, we tend to distort the concept of
“fairness”: “I am good. I deserve good things. I am not
receiving good things. Something must be wrong.
Who’s going to fix it?” We also know the age-old expression: “Who ever said life was fair?” Jesus knew
this expression when he offered his parable in today’s
Gospel reading. Christian stewards acknowledge,
with humility, that they receive good things from the
Lord in abundance; even if these gifts are not the ones
they think they need when they need them. Consider
which servants you identify with most in the Gospel
reading, the ones who demand “fairness”, or that final
servant who, seemingly, deserves the least.
First Reading -- Turn to the LORD who is generous in
forgiving (Isaiah 55:6-9).
Psalm -- The Lord is near to all who call upon him
(Psalm 145).
Second Reading -- Live your lives in a way worthy of
the gospel of Christ (Philippians 1:20c-24, 27a).
Gospel -- The last will be first, and the first will be last
(Matthew 20:1-16a). The English translation of the Psalm Responses from
Lectionary for Mass (c) 1969, 1981, 1997, International Commission on English in the Liturgy
Corporation. All rights reserved.The English translation of the Psalm Responses from Lectionary for
Mass © 1969, 1981, 1997, International Commission on English in the Liturgy Corporation. All
rights reserved.
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generosity is the real point. Those who realize how
blessed they are in being called to do God's work
have no problem sharing that blessing with others.
When we see how much God loves us, we naturally
want to respond with love and service of our own.
That is what the grumblers, both in the parable and in
Matthew's church, were missing.
Management Unfair
Notice any difference between the attitude of Paul in
the second reading and that of the workers in the
Matthew's Gospel? The workers grumble because the
latecomers got the same pay as those who worked all
day. Paul has worked for the Lord for years, yet he
thinks it is better to keep working than to claim his
reward of eternal life.
Contrast that with Paul, who loves the Philippians so
much that he is willing to put off his heavenly reward
if he can help any more people come to Christ. Paul
is more interested in their welfare than in his own
reward. That is the attitude that Jesus hopes for in all
his disciples. We can love him so much that we can't
help but share that love with those around us. We
can be so grateful for what he has done for us that we
will suffer anything with joy. We can care more about
bringing Jesus to others than we do about our own
comfort or even our lives. We can do this because we
know the Lord's ways are not fair--they are more
generous than we can imagine! Tom Schmidt, Copyright (c) J. S. Paluch Co.
The workers grumbled because the landowner gave
the same wages to the ones who only worked for an
hour. (You can imagine the picket signs: Vinedressers
Local on Strike: Management Unfair!) Sometimes we
see this parable as an explanation for why sinners
who repent on their deathbed can get to heaven. But
Matthew was more likely referring to the Jews who
had served God for centuries and now see newcomer
Gentiles claiming equality in the church. They were
complaining about God's generosity in reaching out
to all peoples, not just the chosen few. God's
The Constitution on the Sacred Liturgy
Through the seasons and feasts of the liturgical year,
the Church “unfolds the whole mystery of Christ.”
Notice that the Council Fathers did not say “mysteries,”
but “mystery.” We do not celebrate a different mystery
at Christmas than at Easter. Rather, we celebrate
different aspects of the Paschal Mystery. At Christmas,
we celebrate “the beginnings of our redemption” in the
Incarnation of Christ (The Roman Missal, Prayer at the
Vigil Mass of Christmas). At Easter, we celebrate the
fullness of redemption in the Lord’s Resurrection. In the
feasts of the saints, we honor those who died with
Christ and who now share in his eternal life. In the
feasts of the Blessed Virgin Mary, we honor the first
disciple of Christ, who participates in a special way in
God’s plan for our salvation. Through the rich prayers
and traditions of the liturgical year, the central mystery
of our faith — the Paschal Mystery — is revealed to us.
“Within the cycle of a year . . . the Church
unfolds the whole mystery of Christ”
(Constitution on the Sacred Liturgy, 102)
Twenty-Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time
The 50th Anniversary of the Constitution on the Sacred Liturgy: A Parish Celebration ©
2013 Archdiocese of Chicago: Liturgy Training Publications. Orders: 1-800-933-1800.
Written by Kyle Lechtenberg. Text from the Constitution on the Sacred Liturgy © 1982,
International Commission on English in the Liturgy Corporation (ICEL). Imprimatur
granted by the Reverend Monsignor John F. Canary, Vicar General, Archdiocese of
Chicago on June 5, 2013.
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Catechetical Sunday
MORAL DEVELOPMENT AND CATHOLIC CONSCIENCE FORMATION:
NOTES FOR NEW CATECHISTS AND PARENTS
The way we approach moral
catechesis and conscience
formation will vary somewhat
depending upon the
developmental level of the
individual.
time to teach children that God
made them because he loves
them, and that he invites them to
imitate him in showing love for
one another in concrete ways.
When the preschool child
understands, "God made me," the
next logical questions are, "Why
did God make me?," and, "Why
did God make me the way I am?"
During these years, children can
learn, for example, that God gave
them hands to help others, voices
to praise God and to talk with
friends and family, and eyes to see
God's beautiful world. Moral
catechesis for the really young
preschool years should focus on
learning to forgive and asking for
forgiveness.
Preschool and kindergarten
children are just beginning to
understand the expectations of
adults in their lives. They need
limits and structure, and
guidelines should be supported by
positive consequences when
behavior is appropriate and
logical negative consequences
when it is not. This is a wonderful
In the elementary school years,
when children have reached the
age of reason, catechists have an
excellent opportunity to share the
Ten Commandments, presented
on a developmentally appropriate
level, to help the child better
understand when they are, and
are not, doing God's will.
Catechists should explain that the
Human development refers to the
way in which individuals grow
and change over their lifespan.
Growth in cognitive
understanding, social skills, and
self-regulation all have an impact
on the moral development and
conscience formation of the
individual. To be as effective as
possible in forming individuals for
a life of discipleship, catechists
should know about the typical
stages of human development.
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reason God commands us to do
some things and avoid other
things is that he knows what is
good and bad for us and only
wants what is good. In light of the
New Covenant, the Ten
Commandments should be
presented in the context of the
Great Commandment of Jesus
Christ, as all of the
Commandments relate to loving
God and others. The Beatitudes
are also critically important
content for moral catechesis, but
they are more principles of living
than laws, making them
somewhat more abstract. For this
reason, the child's understanding
of the Beatitudes and their
practical application will increase
over the course of the elementary
years. Children in the early
elementary
“As catechists, we should
school
understand how
years
individuals grow and
may feel
change with regard to
some
moral thinking and
guilt and
reasoning if we wish to
shame as
assist them in forming a
they
Catholic conscience.”
become
aware of
God's
rules and realize they have not
always followed them. Catechists
might feel tempted to tell them,
"God doesn't expect us to be
perfect," but in fact, Jesus does
call us to "be perfect, just as your
heavenly Father is perfect" (Mt
5:48). A better approach would be
a message that simultaneously
promotes a positive self-image
and continued efforts to be
virtuous with God's help. You can
challenge children to think of
ways that Jesus was perfect and
how they could do those things in
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their own lives. Use words like
the following: "When we sin, we
deliberately choose actions that
are harmful to our relationship
with God, ourselves, and/or
others. God is merciful and
forgives us when we are truly
sorry. Through God's grace and
our cooperation with it, we can
strive to heal those wounded
relationships and grow in
goodness." Catechists should also
help children distinguish between
"mistakes" (e.g., "I accidentally
bumped into a classmate") and
"sins" (e.g., "I deliberately bumped
into a classmate and caused him
to hurt himself"). In learning this
distinction, children are
developing an age-appropriate
moral conscience.
Because elementary school–age
children are such concrete
thinkers, good and bad choices,
or loving and unloving actions,
should be presented in terms of
concrete examples that apply to
their everyday life. Role-play of
good choices will further increase
understanding and may elicit a
greater desire to make good
choices.
In the later elementary and middle
school years, children are moving
into a period of more abstract
thought, and they are able to
begin internalizing standards of
behavior. In other words, they
begin to have the capacity to
make moral choices not based on
what will happen externally but
on their inner understanding of
right and wrong. This is a critical
time for conscience formation, as
the standards they internalize will
continue to guide them as they
grow and mature. A
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reexamination of
the Beatitudes
and Commandments, as well as
a study of
virtues, can be
helpful. This is
especially
effective when
learning occurs in
the context of
identity
formation, which
is such a critical issue in these
years.
God has a unique plan for
everyone's life. Each person
should do all he or she can to
discover and embrace that plan,
which is one's personal vocation.
Children this age should be
prompted to think about what
God's plan for them might be and
what habits and goals would help
bring that plan to fruition. They
should also be taught an
understanding of "mercy."
In the high school and young
adult years, individuals continue
this development of identity, and
this can be supported by
discussions of vocation and
behaviors consistent with our state
in life and our identity as sons and
daughters of God. Teens and
young adults sometimes begin to
question and struggle with Church
teachings, including moral
teachings. This struggle can be a
natural part of the transition from
being Catholic because it was
how they were raised, to being
Catholic because it is what they
believe. Reassure them that they
are called to be a part of the
Church as they seek thorough
answers that are built upon
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universal truths to their questions,
which they grapple with as they
strive to grow in their faith. Help
them see that even their struggle
to understand their faith is an
important part of growing in faith,
and a means to help them hold
onto and internalize their Catholic
identity.
Finally, and most importantly, a
discussion of moral catechesis
would not be complete without
some mention of the example of
the catechist. The General
Directory for Catechesis speaks of
the "solid spirituality and
transparent witness of life" that is
so vital to this ministry
(Congregation for the
Clergy, General Directory for
Catechesis[Washington, DC:
United States Conference of
Catholic Bishops, 1997], no. 156).
It is important that all catechists
remember that the example they
set for others is the most practical
and meaningful teaching they
provide. An openness to God's
grace and the work of the Holy
Spirit help to ensure faithful
teaching not only in word but in
action. Joseph D. White, PhD Copyright © 2014,
United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, Washington, DC. All rights reserved. Permission is hereby
granted to duplicate this work without adaptation for
non-commercial use.
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CHILDREN'S UNDERSTANDNG OF
SIN AND GOD'S FORGIVENESS
As children reach the age of reason (usually around age seven),
developmental changes in their
thinking make them more aware
of the fact that the world works
according to rules. They understand the laws of cause and effect,
and they learn that rules and
guidelines bring order to our lives
and communities. As they learn
about God's rules, they will simultaneously realize that they haven't
always followed them. This can
cause some children guilt and
shame. We can help them feel
good about who they are but also
realize the need to keep growing
in goodness by saying the following: "Everyone has sinned, but
when we sin, we are being less
than we were made to be. God is
merciful and forgives us when we
are truly sorry. Through God's
grace and our cooperation with it,
we can grow in goodness."
Children might sometimes need
help understanding the difference
between a sin and an accident.
They need reassurance that sin
involves an intentional act and
that spilling a glass of milk, for
example, is not a sin. It's impor-
tant also that we be patient with
their unintentional mishaps. We
can confuse them if we treat an
accident as a purposeful act.
Preparing for the Sacrament
There are several ways families
can prepare for a child's first
celebration of the Sacrament of
Penance and Reconciliation:
″ Parents, be sure to model forgiveness for your children—both
inside and outside the home. Let
“It's critical that, as children learn
about God's laws, they see their
parents working to follow them
faithfully.”
them see you working things out
with others. You have a unique
opportunity to model mercy,
grace, and forgiveness as you say
you are sorry, ask forgiveness of
one another, and forgive each
other. Don't argue in front of your
kids about rules for their behavior,
adult-oriented issues, or very
emotional issues that are likely to
lead to a heated exchange. However, with smaller issues, let them
see you express different points of
view and arrive at a compromise.
″ Be a good example. It's critical
that, as children learn about
God's laws, they see their parents
working to follow them faithfully.
For example, when children learn
that the third Commandment (to
keep the Sabbath day holy)
means, for Catholics, going to
Mass every Sunday, children can
become confused if their parents
are choosing not to go to Mass.
This puts children in a very difficult dilemma, in which they have
to choose between believing their
parents are in sin or that God's
laws do not really matter.
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Children this age are very
concrete thinkers. They need to
see us practicing what we preach.
″ As a family, pray the Act of
Contrition and other traditional
Catholic prayers (some of which
might be given as a penance in
the sacrament). Choose a different
prayer each night, and pray just
before bedtime, or pray a prayer
in the car on the way to or from
school or errands.
″ Let kids see you (and other family members, such as older siblings) going to celebrate the Sacrament of Penance and Reconciliation. One particularly good op-
portunity would be at a parishwide penance service with individual confession. Many parishes
have these services in Advent and
Lent. Of course, celebrating the
sacraments year-round as a family
practice is the ultimate goal for
each family. In these services,
children can often see the sacrament being celebrated (though, of
course, they don't hear what is
being said). It's also important for
kids to see that their parents need
God's forgiveness too, and celebrating the sacrament also allows
us to partake of God's grace as we
build a home of love and recon-
ciliation.
A child's first celebration of the
Sacrament of Penance and Reconciliation can be a powerful family
experience of God's mercy and
love. It is an important milestone
for your child as he or she continues on the path to all the good
things God has planned for his or
her life—a means of experiencing,
in a very particular and powerful
way, God's love and mercy. Adapted
from The Catholic Family Prepares to Celebrate the
Sacrament of Penance and Reconciliation by Joseph
D. White, PhD Copyright © 2014, United States
Conference of Catholic Bishops, Washington, DC. All
rights reserved. Permission is hereby granted to duplicate this work without adaptation for non-commercial
use.
Close to
5 tons of
food
donated!
You filled 8
of these...
Stuff the Truck Food Drive
A special shout out to all who volunteered
last weekend in 95°+ temperatures. Your
tenacity was much appreciated!
September 21, 2014
Words cannot express how grateful we are for the
overwhelming response to our “Stuff the Truck” food drive
last weekend. You might not know this, but we put this
drive together in a week and cannot believe how you responded! You donated almost 5 tons of food, valued at
$20,000! You truly care about the families who are struggling and it certainly showed in this “pop-up” food drive.
God bless you all!
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Parish Office 702-228-8311
St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Roman Catholic Church
Parish News
Learn More About Our Faith
RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults) is for those who are considering
if they want to become Catholic, however all are welcome to attend RCIA
sessions. The sessions can be an excellent way to (re-)learn much about our
rich Catholic Faith.
Sessions start on Tuesday, September 2nd in the Parish Hall at 7 PM. The
list below shows the RCIA session topics for the next few weeks.
23-Sep-14
30-Sep-14
Jesus – Lord, Messiah / Jesus – Teacher and Savior
The Holy Spirit: The Power of Love
7-Oct-14
The Blessed Trinity: Unity in Community
14-Oct-14
People of God: The Christian Community
21-Oct-14
28-Oct-14
Liturgical Year
Christian Mystery—Celebration of Sacraments
The RCIA session on 23-Sep-14 will be in the School Lunch Room.
If you have questions about
becoming Catholic or
receiving First Holy
Communion or the Sacrament
of Confirmation as an adult,
please contact Deacon Steve
Doucet at [email protected]
or at 702-804-8303.
“All praise to you, Oh Lord, for all these brother
and sister creatures.” –
St. Francis of Assisi
Come Celebrate the Feast of St. Francis of Assisi with us!
Animal Blessing
Thursday, October 3, 2014 at 3:00PM
on the School Field
*Parents may bring pets to school at
dismissal!*
*If you are unable to bring your pet, bring a photo!*
Please be sure all animals are under your
control at all times.
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702-228-8311 Parish Office
Parish News
September 21, 2014
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Parish News
Classes have
begun!
Don’t wait!
Space is limited.
Registration
Forms are
available at
www.seaslv.org
Children ages 3 through 8th Grade
Registrations are accepted in the
Faith Formation Office
during the hours of :
Youth in grades 9th through 12th
Registrations are accepted in the
Youth Ministry Office
during the hours of:
Monday - Thursday: 8:00 am - 4:00
pm
Closed: 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Mondays from 1:00 pm – 5:30 pm
Tuesdays from 10:00 am – 3:00 pm
Wednesdays from 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Thursdays from 1:00 pm – 5:30 pm
Youth Ministry Office: 702-804-8313
Faith Formation Office: 702-804-8306
Way to Go!
Last weekend’s hospitality was hosted by the St. Elizabeth Ann Seton
School Eighth Grades Classes. We would like to thank the teachers,
students and their parents for all their hard work. Great job everyone!
Volunteer Opportunity
Hospitality Ministry
Please help us improve the parking experience by
volunteering your time and becoming a Parking Lot
Monitor.
Benefits Include:–
Meeting your fellow
parishioners
Getting involved
Improving safety in the
parking areas
Improve parking space
utilization
Sunshine therapy
If you are interested, please
speak to Fr. Bede or send him an email with your
questions and contact information to
[email protected]
The Hospitality Ministry serves members of our community by providing refreshments and a place for
community fellowship after Saturday and Sunday
morning Masses, in an atmosphere that encourages
the development of new friendships and the
solidification of old friendships. We need dozens of
volunteers for this ministry, making coffee, serving
juice and replenishing
donuts and cookies. For
more information on
Volunteer opportunities
and how you may assist us
in this wonderful ministry
please contact Volunteer
Coordinator, Ingrid
Quinlan at 702-804-8310.
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St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Roman Catholic Church
702-228-8311 Parish Office
Parish News
Marriage Encounter
The second reading calls us to
“conduct yourselves in a way
worthy of the gospel of Christ”.
The Worldwide Marriage
Encounter Weekend helps your
marriage to be a sign for the
world. The next Worldwide
Marriage Encounter Weekend is
on September 26-28th in the Las
Vegas area. Early registration is
highly recommended. For more
information, call Steve and Terri
Sharp at 702-589-0068 or go to
www.lvloveyourspouse.org. For
information on Spanish-language
weekends, call Javier and Maria
Lopez at 243-5934 or 206-4270.
Young Adult Ministry
St. Elizabeth Ann Seton-Parish Hall
Friday, October 3
3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Saturday, October 4
5:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Sunday, October 5
9:00 am - 12:30 pm
Monday, October 6
12:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Tuesday, October 7
12:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Wednesday, October 8 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Join us for the SEAS Sticks
for Bricks Golf Outing
On November 17, 2014 at
11:00AM
All proceeds
benefit SEAS
Catholic
School!
Registration is now available on
www.seasgolf.golfreg.com.
September 21, 2014
Calling all young adults in their
twenties and thirties! Married, not
married; kids, no kids — come
share a meal with your peers!
Don’t worry about being a great
cook, it’s the fellowship that matters. Our next dinner is on September 26th. Contact Meghan
Hernandez for more details:
[email protected] or 702804-8313.
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Twenty-Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time
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St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Roman Catholic Church
Parish News
Living Our Faith Values and Ethics
in the Workplace
“Ethics in the Marketplace” is the title of the ministry of Jesuit, Fr. Max Oliva, who makes his home in
the Vegas valley. Father Oliva is the presider for the
12:10 P.M. Mass at the Cathedral on the last Tuesday of each month. The focus of his homilies is
“Living One’s Faith in the Workplace.” Please mark
your calendar for: SEPTEMBER 30th, OCTOBER 28th,
NOVEMBER 25th, and DECEMBER 30th. For information on Father’s work, see his web site:
www.ethicsinthemarketplace.com. Guardian Angel
Cathedral is located at 302 Cathedral Way Las
Vegas, NV 89109.
Music Ministry
We are presently accepting new members/
instrumentalists in the choirs!
Celestial Voices Choir (Grades 3-7)
- Rehearses Wednesdays, 3:45 pm-5:00 pm
Young Adult Choir (8th Grade—College)
- Rehearses Wednesdays, 5:00 pm-6:15 pm
Adult Choir (College students welcome)
- Rehearses Thursdays, 6:30 pm-8:00 pm
Instrumentalists: If you are interested in playing at
Mass, please contact Dee Dee Brunelle for an
audition. You must be able to read music and be an
above average to professional level player. For more
information contact Dee Dee Brunelle, Director of
Music Ministry, at [email protected] or
702-804-8308.
Twenty-Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Buy-in for $50.00
Each player is to receive $1,500 in chips
Pre-Tournament Add-On for $10.00
You will receive $500 in chips
Re-Buy for $25.00 only during the 1st hour and receive
$1,500 in chips. The player must be completely busted before re-buying. Re-buys are unlimited during the first hour.
1st Break Add-On for $25.00
Player will receive $1,500 in chips; this is a one-time
purchase. Blinds will start at $25.00/$50.00 and go up
every 20 minutes. After the 1st hour, once all the chips have
been lost, then you’ll be considered out of the tournament.
For more information ask any Men’s Club Member or call:
John- Lucas
702-635-1817
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Liturgical Ministries
Altar Servers ......................... Terry Biles 702-672-4933, [email protected]
Eucharist Ministers ............... Kevin Kacvinsky 702-271-1704
Funerals……………………... 702-403-8416
............................................. Ministers: Patricia Muffley 702-683-2898,
............................................. Margaret Terry 702-255-2157, Pat Torino 702-528-5004
Liturgical Scheduler .............. Cheryl Shaffer 702-804-8302, [email protected]
Music Ministry……………… Dee Dee Brunelle 702-804-8308, [email protected]
Readers……………………….Kevin Kacvinsky 702-271-1704
Sacristans ............................. Terry Biles 702-672-4933, [email protected]
Ushers .................................. Fr. Bede Wevita
Other Ministries and Contacts
Adoration ............................. Judy Galizia 702-480-0564
Bereavement Ministry ........... Layna Woods 702-360-6689,
............................................. Joyce MacAulay 702-754-5963
Bulletin Advertisements ........ Paul Clark 702-717-2205
Bulletin Announcements ...... Rosie Arellano, 702-804-8312, [email protected]
Busy Hands Crafters ............. Lynette Bearer 702-485-3774
Grief Support ........................ Bob Landsperg 702-655-9191,
............................................. Kay Varchetto 702-255-0929
Justice, Peace, Respect Life... Nancy Finley 702-363-7170
............................................. Tony Moreno 702-604-1612, [email protected]
............................................. Kevin Kacvinsky 702-271-1704
Marriage Sponsor Couples.... Deacon Aruna & Helen Silva [email protected]
Marys & Martha Guild ......... Layna Woods 702-360-6689
Mothers, Faith, & Family ...... Carol Baird [email protected], 702-838-5118
Natural Family Planning ....... Mickey Bachman 702-232-6675
Parents in Partnership ........... Darlene Baker [email protected]
RCIA ..................................... Fr. Bede Wevita 702-804-8304
Rosary Makers ...................... Lupy Ritzo 702-363-8691
Small Faith Communities...... Annette Heath at 702-656-6545
Seton Singles (over 50) ......... Kathy Lorenzo 702-804-8365
Traveling Blessed Mother ..... Judy Galizia 702-480-0564
Vocation Committee ............ Chris Pristas 702-363-6931
Volunteer Coordinator .......... Ingrid Quinlan 702-804-8310
Non-Affiliated
Cub Scouts ........................... Cathy and Kelly Williams 702-580-2166
Daisy Scouts ......................... Angela Fernandez 207-651-6454,[email protected]
Girl Scouts............................ Maggie Griffith 702-540-0840,[email protected]
Knights of Columbus ............ Terry Ward 702-287-7132
KofC Ladies Auxiliary ........... Pat T. 702-541-6311
KofC Squires ......................... Don Woods 702-254-6606
Marriage Encounter .............. Steve and Terri Sharp 702-589-0068
Retrouvaille (Re-tro-vi) ......... Chuck and Carol Moore 702-604-1006
Parish Weekly Calendar
Sunday, 9/21
Coffee & Donuts
7:30 am, Rm 5
Monday, 9/22
Fr. McShane Bible Study
9:00 am, Rm 4
Tuesday, 9/23
Sandwich Makers
7:00 am, Rm 3,4
Busy Hands Crafters
9:00 am, Rm 3,4
New Beginnings
10:00 am, Rm 2
Faith Formation Orientation
4:00 pm, Rm 5
RCIA
7:00 pm, Rm 5
Parish Pastoral Council
James Kohl, President
Jessica Abad-Santos
Larry Brown
Tom Carroll
Craig Galati
Edmund Finley
Jeanne Kilduff
Greg Korte
Luzviminda Micabalo
Valerie Murzl
Bill Singletary
Megan Shingleton
Alice Roybal-Benson
Ex-Oficio,
John Kilduff
Finance Council
John Kilduff, President
John Dube
Don Giancursio
T.J. Matthews
Margo Lamuraglia
Victoria Umphress
Ex-Oficio
Carey Roybal-Benson
Steve Schmitt
School Advisory Council
George Rogers, Chair
Aggie Evert
Jessica Nelsen
Neal Umphress
Kelly Simonson
Jason Cavizo
Mary Chapman
Jay Simpson
Jennifer Moore
Ex-Oficio
John Kilduff
James Kohl
Carey Roybal-Benson
Steve Schmitt
Victim Advocacy
Advocacy is available for
any individual who has been
sexually and/or
physically abused. The
24-hour hotline is:
702-235-7723/
Wednesday, 9/24
Friday, 9/26
Bereavement Group
10:00 am, Rm 1,2
High School Youth Group
6:00 pm, Youth Room
Rosary Makers
8:30 am, Rm 3,4
Saturday, 9/27
Thursday, 9/25
Faith Formation Orientation
4:00 pm, Rm 5
Parkinson’s Class
11:00 am, Church Rm 2
Wine & Cheese Social
4:30 pm, Rm 5