Faith Formation

 All Parishioners are invited to The Creation Stories and our Role as Stewards of the Earth.  Join Gayle Brady, long-time parishioner, and catechist, with an M.A. in Theology, for a two-week session on the Creation Stories in the bible and what the Catholic Church teaches about our role as stewards of the earth.  The choices we make influence the many changes we see in our world. The course will be offered the weeks of February 3 and February 10: Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays from 4:30 to 5:45 p.m. and Tuesday evenings from 7:15 to 8:30 p.m. You do not have to be a parent in the Family Program to participate. All parishioners are welcome. Just so we can plan
appropriately, if interested please email our Faith Formation Office at or leave your name and phone number at the Faith
Formation Office (Ext. 308).


Knights Valentine Dance

St. Elizabeth Knights of Columbus Council 5753 Invites you to their February 15, 6:30 p.m. in Msgr Kane Hall  Enjoy roasted or fried chicken, salads and dessert, coffee, beer, and wine.  Music and DJ entertainment. Cost is $25.00 with reservation; $30.00 at the door.
(Party limited to the first 140 people, so make your reservation early!)


A Message from Fr. Irinel !

Over the past few weeks, we’ve had a few emergencies during Mass. Thank you to our parishioners for their calm demeanor during
this time and thank you to the first responders from our parish, nurses, doctors and EMTs and to the police officers and EMS who responded so quickly and professionally to help those in distress.



SCOUT SUNDAY MASS, Sunday, February 2, 2020, 12 Noon Mass (here at St. Elizabeth) All Scouts from any unit are invited. Please  wear Class “A” uniform.


Sunday of the Word of God

In his recent motu propio, Aperuit illis , Pope Francis designated the Third Sunday in Ordinary Time as Sunday of the Word of God,
when all Catholics should give special reverence to the Sacred Word, both individually and collectively as members of parishes. In the document, he writes, “Devoting a specific Sunday of the liturgical year to the word of God can enable the Church to experience anew how the risen Lord opens up for us the treasury of his word and enables us to proclaim its unfathomable riches before the world.” The first celebration of this special, new day on the liturgical calendar is Sunday, January 26. (Summit and Source, Jan. 2020)Click here for compete information about this.


Feast of the Presentation of Our Lord

On Sunday, February 2, we will be celebrating the Feast of the Presentation of Our Lord, also known as Candlemas Day,
which occurs 40 days after the Birth of Our Lord.  For the past several weeks, we have been highlighting Christ as the Light of the World through the use of additional candles during Mass. On Candlemas Day, these few weeks are brought to a conclusion with the Blessing of Candles.  Click here for full flyer concerning Candlemas Day