St Elizabeth of Hungary Catholic Church

St Elizabeth of Hungary Catholic Church


Our Christmas has begun with 4 pm Mass at St. Elizabeth of Hungary. Fr. Emmett preached a homily pulling together the gospels of all four Christmas Masses. 🎉🎄🥳🎁❤️ The darkness has not overcome the light!
St. Elizabeth of Hungary is In for service week July 13-17, 2020!! #HandsfromHome2020 Mystery Babylon's 4 Locations Reveal Her Identity
Here is some inspiration brought to you by our Faith Formation Students! May God Bless you all and May you keep Faith, Hope and Trust in our Lord!!
Beautiful homily Fr. Russ. The poem you quoted is one I keep close to my heart....thank you for sharing it. The church looked beautiful and the music was nice to hear....
Day 1 we move into day 2! What an amazing day! Antichrist is a Loser! We Will Defeat the Beast!
Home and rejuvenated!
We just sent off 16 teens to the Dallas Catholic Youth Conference where they will joins hundreds of other teens from around the Diocese for life changing Holy Spirit filled weekend!! #dcyc2019 Please pray for our youth!! Thank You for your support through prayers, doughnut sales, and Guadalupana Taco Sales!
I was baptized there ! God Bless !!

Serving the Oak Cliff Community of Dallas for over sixty years.

Operating as usual

St. E's youth made the cover of the Bishop's Annual Report. You can help support Youth and other worthwhile ministries by pledging to the Bishop's Annual Appeal at

St. Elizabeth of Hungary Catholic School

Call or email Sandy at 214.331.5139 or [email protected] to schedule your private tour or register early!

University of Dallas Neuhoff School of Ministry

Join Dr. Patricia Hughes and Fr. Russ Mower as they “wonder out loud” about what Catholics can expect as parishes hope to welcome newcomers to the celebration of the Eucharist.

Some of the questions discussed will be— How can we re-shape our parish communities, so people will return to worship “from the pews”? Does technology play an authentic role in ritual and worship? Where has Catholic sacramental theology wandered to?

This is a virtual workshop and will take place Monday, January 25th from 7-8:30pm CT.

[01/11/21]   A little something to brighten your day!!

Catholic Diocese of Dallas

Join the celebration of Mass for the Feast of the Holy Family tomorrow at 11:00 a.m. on KDFI 27 with Father Russ Mower!

Catholic Diocese of Dallas

Join the celebration of Mass for the Feast of the Holy Family tomorrow at 11:00 a.m. on KDFI 27 with Father Russ Mower!

It's December! It's Advent! Need some help navigating this month? Check out these two images for help!

We begin this season of waiting and watching with a reminder directly from our Lord: be alert! He has promised He will return, and He is faithful to His word.

Burrows, also known as Sister Rachel of Quidenham Carmel, is right - God is always in our midst, even if we cannot feel Him in prayer. There is never any need to "put on a show" for God. He is deeply interested in every details of our lives.

This Black Friday, whether you are out and about, shopping online, or just resting, remember to keep everything in eternal perspective. Here's some wisdom from Pope Francis on the matter:

Pope Francis recently wrote this beautiful prayer and included it at the end of his latest encyclical “Fratelli Tutti.”

Catholic Schools Diocese of Dallas

Discover Catholic Schools! Discover an engaging academic experience in a school that feels like home. Visit today!

Descubra las escuelas católicas. Descubra una experiencia académica excelente en una comunidad que se siente como familia. ¡Visite hoy!

A note from Fr. Russ:

We are very grateful to those who have continued to give during this difficult time. Through this pandemic, parish staff has sought ways to trim expenses and new ways to continue essential ministries. Some of our ministries like religious education and bible study have moved online. Other ministries such as visiting hospitals and seriously ill people at home have continued with very strict safety guidelines. Our Mass attendance is only about thirty percent of our pre-Covid numbers, but is growing slowly. I am aware that many households and businesses are facing financial challenges, and your parish is no different. So far, we have been able to remain in the black, thanks to the Finance Committee's careful planning over the past few years.

All this is to say that now, more than ever, we need your support. To those who have not missed a beat in your giving, you are our heroes. For those who are giving sporadically, or are not sure how giving works when you are not attending Mass, we have tried to make it easier for you to support your parish. Simply click on the Online Giving link on the upper right-hand corner of our webpage at You can make a one time donation or your weekly offering.

We want to make sure that your church is ready for you when you are ready to come back. Thank you for your support.

Fr. Russ

Charles Borromeo: A saint for the crisis

When the plague hit Milan and famine followed, St. Charles worked tirelessly, using his diocese's funds to feed 60,000+ people a day. When the civil authorities fled in terror, he stayed and ministered to the sick and dying. You can read more about his ministry here:

We will not soon forget this Election Day, conducted in the midst of a pandemic. It's a great day to pray and fast AND to remember that our God is in charge, no matter what!

If you're headed to the polls later today, consider reflecting on this conscience formation handout from the USCCB:

Can we pray for your beloved dead today? Just leave a short note in the comments. We will gather up these names and pray for them by name.

Christ is by our side, every moment of every day.

Have you had a chance to read Pope Francis' new encyclical yet? His words are a timely reminder that we are all brothers and sisters. You can find it at or read a short summary here:

Who is called to evangelize the whole world? We are! Our mission continues, no matter the circumstances. In Jesus' name, we are #baptizedandsent!

In today's Gospel, the Pharisees try to trap Jesus, but the way they describe Him is true. He does not see with the eyes of the world, and He welcomes everyone into His presence.

In tomorrow's Psalm, we are encouraged to spread the glory of God far and wide. We'd love to hear how He has shown His glory in your life.

It's a great day to feed the hungry! Especially in light of COVID-19, there is great food insecurity in the United States and around the world. You can donate to Oak Cliff Churches Emergency Assistance Food Pantry. Donations of food can be brought to the parish.

St. Teresa of Avila

In today's Gospel, Jesus quotes Psalm 118 and speaks of His own rejection and death.

Catholic Diocese of Dallas

By virtue of our baptism, all are called to assist in the governance of the Church. May God raise up great servant leaders from among us!

Guardian Angels

Why did God give us guardian angels? Watch the video to learn more:

I Know That My Redeemer Liveth

Today's First Reading from Job 19! Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group I Know That My Redeemer Liveth · Steve Green The New Young Messiah ℗ 1993 Sparrow Records Released on: 1993-01-0...

Why does St. Thérèse of Lisieux have that small smile on her face? Because she embraced spiritual childhood, trusting in God as the loving Father of her life.

St. Jerome's method of research is not for the faint of heart. Remember to tag students you know in the comments!

It's a great day to reflect on the archangels' appearances in scripture. Spend some time in the Book of Tobit, Daniel 12, and Luke 1 and see if you can spot these three powerful servants of God!

Saint Lorenzo Ruiz and Companions - Franciscan Media

St. Lorenzo endured unimaginable suffering for the sake of the Gospel. For a brief primer on his life, click here: Lawrence (Lorenzo) was born in Manila of a Chinese father and a Filipino mother, both Christians. Thus he learned Chinese and Tagalog from them and Spanish from the Dominicans whom he served as altar boy and sacristan. He became a professional calligrapher, transcribing documents in beautiful penman...

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