SEAS eNews for March 25-31, 2021
Palm Sunday
We Hope to See You This Weekend!
Our Parish Family Mourns the Loss Of

Gary Haas (February 24)
Kathy (Wahlstrom) Kelly

You may find the obituaries HERE. Some funerals are private and not all details are shared, or they may not be published yet.

May they rest in peace.
Holy Week Schedule
Any remaining seats will fill by the weekend. Make your reservation for Easter Sunday Mass HERE.
Watch the Final Lenten Talk Tonight
If you miss it on Facebook, catch it HERE afterward.

We hope you've enjoyed the Lenten Talks!
Bring Your Baskets This Weekend!
We've Got 19 Baskets Already!
Please join the volunteers who have already given their time and love to bring some joy to those who deserve an extra surprise this Easter!

Find details on this Easter Outreach Mission HERE, and thank you for participating!
“Lord, do you want to wash my feet?”
It is indeed difficult to understand why the Lord desired to wash Peter’s feet. Why and in what sense was it necessary? Find out HERE.
Changes to the Triduum this Year
We are able to celebrate the Sacred Paschal Triduum together but things will look a little bit different. Click HERE for a few changes you can expect from a normal year.
Fr. Dave is in the Catholic Spirit!
The Catholic Spirit interviewed three priests from our Archdiocese for this story, and our pastor is one of them! Read the story HERE.
Holy Thursday and Good Friday Collections
Thank You for the Warmth!
Start saving for October when we plan to collect again!
Quick Links
Last Stations this Friday at 7 p.m.
The Way of the Cross, also known as the Stations of the Cross, are a way to pray and meditate on Christ's sacrifice for us. Fridays through March 26.
Instead of Stations of the Cross on Good Friday, we will be doing “Tenebrae,” a service which is often described as The Liturgy of Shadows. Friday, April 2.
Read more about Stations and Tenebrae HERE.
Adoration Hours During Holy Week
For more adoration information, click HERE.
Bring Your Vaccine Card to the Blood Drive

If you've had a COVID vaccine, the Red Cross asks that you bring your vaccine card to the blood drive so they know the type of vaccine you've had (Moderna, Pfizer, J&J/Janssen.)

This blood drive is full. Thank you for making your appointment.

The drive is in Seton Hall from noon to 6 p.m.
To Help Prepare You for Lent
Please Pray for Our RCIA
Catechumens and Candidates
For more information on the RCIA program and process, click HERE.
Please Visit Our Prayer Corner
Please remember those who are most in need of prayer, including all who are in our prayer corner. Names are updated weekly. To add a new name, contact the office at 651-437-4254. To renew a loved one's name, call by the last Monday of each month. Click HERE to go to the prayer corner.
Office Hours
We'll be back, bright-eyed and ready to greet the day at 8 a.m. on Tuesday, April 6.
Read, Think, and Be Inspired
Think deeper when you click HERE.
But you, O LORD, be not far from me; O my help, hasten to aid me.
Many Ways to Watch Masses From Home
Watch Mass live: Website or Facebook
Watch Mass later: Website or YouTube

Stay ahead of the game when watching the live stream of the 10:00 a.m. Mass at home, and have the worship aid in front of you before Mass even starts.

Click HERE to view or download the worship aid for Sunday, March 28.
Pope Francis to Celebrate Holy Week at the Vatican with Limited Attendance
Click the video above to watch the video.
FORMED for the Week of March 28
FORMED highlights three features each week. You can watch, learn from, and grow in your Catholic faith. This week's picks are Triduum, Holy Saturday, and Holy Week. Find them HERE!
These Positions Are Still Open
We’re still looking for the right part-time people. This is a great environment to work in, with respectful people who expect good work from employees who show up and take their job seriously. Call Dan at 651-437-4254 x235 or email him HERE. We’d love to add more great people to the SEAS team!
Please Protect Yourself and Others