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Sunday Readings
Ordinary Time: Week 26
Ezekiel 18:25-28—”By turning from wickedness, a wicked person shall preserve his life.”
Philipians 2:1-11—”Have in you the same attitude
that is also in Christ Jesus.”
Matthew 21:28-32— “He changed his mind and went. Tax collectors and prostitutes are entering the
kingdom of Heaven before you.”
Mass Intentions
8:45 AM +Henry Vander Poel
10:30 AM +Steven Patterson
5:00 PM + Rodney Banducci
Baptism Info
Our next Baptism class will be in October with
Baptisms in November. Contact Sam Duran if you’d l i k e i n f o o n ba p t i z i n g yo u r c h i l d .
[email protected]
Holy Communion for the Homebound
If you or someone you know is sick and/or unable to
make it to Mass, please call Colleen at the parish
office to have Holy Communion brought to them.
Prayers for Healing…
Damien Kavanaugh, Josh Brubaker, Devin Johnson,
Mary Valine, Fernando Lazalle, Peggy Sue Cruz,
Ollie Peters, Christita Cayabyab, Socorro Mendez,
Esther Refendez, Candido Costa, Tim Jandel, Betty
Medina, Julianne Iturriria, Lori Goodwin, Angelita
Trescony, Jim Kennedy, Bina Weller, Anastacio
Cabrera, Jr, Jake Neuman, Sam Neuman, Dennis
Marquez, Tracey Cannon, Benie Felix, Ramona
Villa, Jeff Matteson, Jay Kinder, Elsie Giampaoli,
Cynthia Correll, Debbie Marion, Borjas Gonzales,
Betty Mittan, Mike Aldridge, Eddie Alcala, Pat
Jackson, Alma Athie, Sandy Ryan, Theresa
Ansolabehere, Maureen Etcheverry, Frank Najar.
Sacrament of Reconciliation
Celebrate God’s forgiveness and mercy in this powerful Sacrament. Contact the parish office to
make a personal appointment with Msgr. Perry.
Religious Ed News
At Home Religious Education lessons begin
today! This week please read Session One in your
Finding God text and complete the accompanying
worksheet. If you have not picked up your texts or if
any questions please contact Liz Neuman as soon as
possible. Our first meeting for the RCIY program is
October 5th at 12:30 at the Ministry Center. This
week our Church celebrates the feasts of several
great Saints including St. Francis, St Jerome and St.
blog, or our
Facebook page, Seton At Home Religious Education,
to get ideas for observing these feasts with your
family!For questions about registering for
sacraments please contact Liz at 520-491-9871 or
email listed on the front of the bulletin. Don’t forget to visit our new At Home Rel. Ed FB [email protected] https://
Family Matters
Come and explore the keys to happy, healthy, and
Holy Family Living. You and yours are invited to
participate in this empowering and informative
event. There will be speakers including Pro-Life
advocates, a Catholic Priest and Certified Educators
with a Q&A Open Forum Sat October 18 English
session: 9-12noon Spanish Session: 12:30– 3:30pm
Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe, Co-Patroness of
the Unborn, 4600 E. Brundage Ln., Bakersfield. No
charge. Free-will offering appreciated.
SPONSORED by Witness to Life Ministry
Please join your Seton Ladies Ministry Fellowship
Monday Oct 6 to celebrate Breast Cancer Awareness
Month!! Speaker Patsy Romero will join us...the
evening will be inspirational, informative and sure to
be enjoyable!! Fellowship begins at 6 pm and the
meeting time is 6:30 pm. We hope to see you there
wearing your pink. If you have any questions please
contact LisaMarie at [email protected]
Hour of Prayer for Life
St. Elizabeth Seton parish will host an Hour of
Prayer for Life next Saturday at the Seton Ministry
Center at 10 AM. We will pray the Rosary in the
presence of the Eucharist asking our loving God to
watch over all whose lives are compromised in some
way. Uppermost in our prayer are the unborn—those
children whose lives hang in the balance every day.
This is an easy, but powerful, way to draw our
prayers together in defense of all human life. Bring
your rosary and an open heart! For more info,
contact Msgr. Perry at the parish office.
2014 Diocesan Congress
Join us for our 26th Annual Congress at the Visalia
Convention Center, October 11 and for Youth Day
on October 12. Our theme is “United in the Feast”. All adults and youth over 14 years old are
invited to register for this event. Registration for
both days is available at
congress, and registration books are now available at
the Office of Ministries. For more information,
please call the Office of Ministries at (559) 4887474.
Life-Giving Love Workshop
October 4 & 5 8 a.m. - 6 p.m. @ Our Lady of
Guadalupe Church Hall. A Catholic workshop on
Sexuality, Marriage, Communication, Responsible
parenthood, and more. Fr. Larry Toschi O.S.J will
speak. Married and engaged couples as well as
interested individuals are invited. Child care &
Lunch provided Contact: O.L.G. Church @ 661-323
-3148 or Juanita Rivera @ 661-487-0339
Fr. Perry Away
Fr. Perry is away until September 29. He will return
to the office on October 1. Please keep him in your
prayers for safe travels.
Sunday Rosary Prayer Group
We meet on the fourth (4th) Sunday of
each month at 2:30 at the Ministry
Center. All are welcome! Enjoy
fellowship and a yummy potluck! Contact
Barbara Dutton at 829-1779 or
[email protected] for more information.
SEPTEMBER 28, 2014
Parish Activities This Week………….
Sunday 9/28
Sunday Rosary Group 2:30 [email protected] MC
Conf 1 or 2 Parent Meeting 7-8:30pm @ MC
Monday 9/29
Monday Rosary Group 9 am @ MC
Tuesday 9/30
Tuesday Morning Bible Study 10am @ MC
RCIA 6:30 pm @ MC
Wednesday 10/1
Women’s Bible Study 6 pm various locations
Thursday 10/2
Children Choir Rehearsal 6 pm @ MC
Adult Choir Rehearsal 7 pm @ MC
Sunday 10/5
Sunday Rosary after 8:45 Mass Frontier auditorium
Infant Baptism Class 10 am @ MC
Life Teen 7-8:30 @ MC
Have questions about the activities we have coming
up? Call the parish office at 587-3626 Enjoy your
To view the full calendar of events, please visit our
website below.
We have returned to regular office hours:
Monday -Thursday 8-4 pm
Fridays 8-2 pm
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