This weekend: Happy Easter!, Divine Mercy Sunday Event, Easter Outreach Results, More Spring Fling Details, Who Can Be Anointed? and more!
SEAS eNews for April 1-7, 2021
Our Parish Family Mourns the Loss Of
You may find the obituary HERE. Some funerals are private and not all details are shared, or they may not be published yet.
May she rest in peace.
Holy Week Schedule
Reservations for all Easter Masses have been filled. You must have a reservation to attend 8 or 10 a.m. Easter Sunday Mass. 10 a.m.
Mass on Easter Sunday will be live streamed on Facebook orHERE.
There is no 6 p.m. Mass on Easter Sunday.
Current Adoration Openings
Please contact Mary Scott at 651-437-9908 to volunteer to cover any of these hours.
Reconciliation for Holy Week
Over 100 Baskets Were Donated!
This parish responded with overwhelming generosity (as expected) and we were bombarded by over 100 baskets and gift bags for adults and kids! Thank you for putting smiles on the faces of so many at two Lewis House locations, Hastings Family Service and Regina Senior Living!
Click HERE to begin the easy process of online giving.
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 HEREto go to the prayer corner.
Who Can Be Anointed?
This isn't just a sacrament for those in immediate danger of death.
Worship aids for Masses will be posted HERE as soon as they become available.
FORMED for the Week of April 4
FORMED highlights three features each week. You can watch, learn from, and grow in your Catholic faith. This week's picks are the Paschal Mystery, Evangelizing Millennials, and What is Grace? Find them HERE!
With New Ferry Named for Her,
Dorothy Day Still Moving Workers
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio announced March 25 that one of the three new Staten Island Ferry boats transporting people between Staten Island and lower Manhattan will be named for Catholic Worker Movement co-founder Dorothy Day, whose sainthood cause is being considered by the Vatican. Read more HERE.
Change our lives, change our hearts to be messengers of Easter joy and hope.