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What’s happening now…?

Vacation Bible School Registration happening now! VBS June 5-9, 9am to Noon. Register campers – rising Kinder thru 6th grade! Please see the link to the right.

Blessing of Graduates – Sunday, June 4 during the 10am Mass – All those graduating (trade school, high school, pre-school, college, graduate school, law, medical, etc.) this spring are invited to wear their graduation gowns & cords (if applicable). Blessing is during the Mass followed by celebration cake, coffee and lemonade afterwards. Let Christ and Seton Parish be part of your graduation celebration!

Corpus Christi Eucharistic Procession around the parish campus – Sunday, June 11 following the 10am Mass – sharing the Miracle of Salvation with the neighborhood!

Work for Seton! Job Openings at St Elizabeth Seton Parish: Maintenance Associate & Director Youth Ministry. Please see the link to the right.

Links you’d like to click…

June 5-9
Register here... (click and school down)
May 1 - June 30
Work for Seton!

We receive God’s love and mercy when we repent of our sins.

Daily and most weekend Masses are live streamed on YouTube [here] and available for viewing afterwards. Seasonal Mass times, Holy Days of Obligation and information on Reconciliation can be found below or by subscribing for reminders via our e-newsletter [here]. Our newsletter is generally once per week and we do not share your information.

Summer Mass Schedule

Saturday Vigils
4:30 PM in English
6:30 PM en Español

Sunday Mornings
8 & 10am (English)

Daily Mass
8:00 am Monday through Saturday


Tuesday Evenings from 6:00-6:45pm
Saturdays from 3:00-3:45p (English)
Sabados de 5:30-6:15pm (Espanol)

Holy Days of Obligation Masses
4:30pm on the vigil
8am & 7pm (bilingual) on the Holy Day

Fr. Casey’s Homilies
Fr. Casey’s homilies are streamed during the Masses, but can also be seen as standalone videos on a separate YouTube playlist [here].

Engage with St. Elizabeth Seton. There's a place at our table for everyone.

Streamed Masses

Streamed on YouTube weekly, with Father's Homilies as separate videos.

Prayer Wall

Request prayers for your personal intention here. You WILL be prayed for.


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News & Events

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Welcome to Seton!

Come, worship with us. Participate in the holy sacrifice of the Mass!

Can I bring my children?

Yes, absolutely! Nurturing the faith of all life, Seton loves children!

God’s Mercy in Confession

Even the most private of sins affect our relationships with everyone. Come and experience grace.

Our biggest ministry…

It’s our school! No student is turned away if they desire a Catholic education.

How do I become Catholic?

Get baptized. Start the process. We welcome everyone. It’s never too late.

Faith without works?

Ministry abounds here. Get involved in outreach. Serve at Mass. Grow in your relationship with Christ.

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The Seton Spectator: Flocknote

Text Seton7 to 84576. For the Spectator in Spanish, text Seton7ESP to 84576. Or visit Flocknote’s website here. To change your preferences and sign-up for other email groups. [click here]

Facebook & Instagram

Like & Share on Facebook & IG! On Instagram, look for setonnaples. On Facebook: Or just search on St. Elizabeth Seton Catholic Church. [click here]

Watch Mass Online

Live-streamed every week: 6:30 PM Saturday Vigil Mass in Spanish and the 10AM/11AM Sunday Mass in English. Daily Mass is live-streamed at 8AM, Monday – Saturday. Subscribe today! [click here]

Parish Prayer Line 239-455-3900

Parish Prayer Volunteers can pray for you – daily – and your petitions. During business hours, call the Parish Office and ask for the Prayer Line. Enter “301” after business hours. [click here]

Post a Prayer & Pray for Others

Visit our online prayer wall to add your prayer to the list. Click ‘I prayer for this’ so others know you have prayed for them. This is monitored daily. [click here]

Give Online

Online Giving is the safest and most efficient way to donate to the parish. Online Giving is secure and always controlled by you. Please visit here. Thank you so much! [click here]

Serving Every Age & Situation through Technology

Worship with Us Online. Never miss a Mass & Homily.

Luz Hansen


"Father Casey’s homilies are incredible and so applicable to our daily lives. I love that he teaches the truth of our Church. The people that work at the office are very kind and welcoming."

We challenge our flock to grow in Christ.

John McGuire


"Father Casey is a breath of fresh air. If more priests were like him you would need to build more Catholic Churches."

Recent Bulletins & News


June 11, 2023 | Seton Bulletin & News

Word of the ‘Living Father’: Scott Hahn Reflects on the Solemnity of the Body and Blood of Christ The Eucharist is given to us as a challenge and a promise. That’s how Jesus presents it in today’s Gospel. He doesn’t make it easy for those who hear Him. They are…

June 4, 2023 | Seton Bulletin & News

How God Loves: Scott Hahn on Trinity Sunday We often begin Mass with the prayer from today’s Epistle: “The grace of the Lord Jesus Christ, and the love of God, and the fellowship of the Holy Spirit be with all of you.” We praise the God who has revealed Himself…

May 28, 2023 | Seton Bulletin & News

A Mighty Wind: Scott Hahn on Pentecost Sunday The giving of the Spirit to the new people of God crowns the mighty acts of the Father in salvation history. The Jewish feast of Pentecost called all devout Jews to Jerusalem to celebrate their birth as God’s chosen people in the covenant…