St Elizabeth of Hungary Catholic Church

St Elizabeth of Hungary Catholic Church

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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
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wbWX0n4zNx4

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 complete...now we move into day 2! What an amazing day!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2LRViRNJeX0

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

06/15/2021

WE'RE IN! St. Elizabeth of Hungary Youth Ministry is excited to announce that we will be participating in Hands from Home 2021, July 5-9, 2021. Hands from Home is an inter-parish service week that empowers teenagers entering 7th Grade+ and their families to serve others and unites the Diocese of Dallas through Works of Mercy! #handsfromhome2021

For more information, visit the Hands from Home website at https://sites.google.com/view/hands-from-home-2021/home.

To register, fill out the family registration form at https://permission.click/MX4VD/us#/information

Join our "Summer Service Series" Sessions June 17th (Sick) & June 24th (Imprisoned & A Stranger) on Zoom at 7pm to learn about these Corporal Works of Mercy and how you and your families can be involved! Contact Elizabeth Seidemann in the rectory for more details.

WE'RE IN! St. Elizabeth of Hungary Youth Ministry is excited to announce that we will be participating in Hands from Home 2021, July 5-9, 2021. Hands from Home is an inter-parish service week that empowers teenagers entering 7th Grade+ and their families to serve others and unites the Diocese of Dallas through Works of Mercy! #handsfromhome2021

For more information, visit the Hands from Home website at https://sites.google.com/view/hands-from-home-2021/home.

To register, fill out the family registration form at https://permission.click/MX4VD/us#/information

Join our "Summer Service Series" Sessions June 17th (Sick) & June 24th (Imprisoned & A Stranger) on Zoom at 7pm to learn about these Corporal Works of Mercy and how you and your families can be involved! Contact Elizabeth Seidemann in the rectory for more details.

[05/31/21]   Today we celebrate Father Russ and Father Paul's 6 year Anniversary of ordination! Please say a prayer of Thanksgiving for these two men who said "yes" and a prayer for them and all clergy as they continue their service for God and each of us!

[05/08/21]   Please pray for our 30 students who will receive 1st Communion today!

04/17/2021

Come Holy Spirit! Please pray for our 35 Confirmation Candidates as they are Confirmed this evening!!

Come Holy Spirit! Please pray for our 35 Confirmation Candidates as they are Confirmed this evening!!

04/04/2021

Happy Easter! Jesus Christ is risen. May we proclaim this truth by the way we live our lives today and always. Sing Alleluia!

Happy Easter! Jesus Christ is risen. May we proclaim this truth by the way we live our lives today and always. Sing Alleluia!

04/03/2021

On Holy Saturday, we wait in silence for the Resurrection of Jesus Christ. Much of the Church's iconography shows Jesus preaching the Good News to figures of the Old Testament and then opening the gates of heaven.

On Holy Saturday, we wait in silence for the Resurrection of Jesus Christ. Much of the Church's iconography shows Jesus preaching the Good News to figures of the Old Testament and then opening the gates of heaven.

04/02/2021

Today we reflect upon what Jesus truly endured for each one of us during his crucifixion. May we come to a fuller understanding of his love for us this Good Friday.

Today also marks the beginning of the traditional Divine Mercy Novena. You can find prayers and resources through this link: https://www.thedivinemercy.org/message/devotions/novena

Today we reflect upon what Jesus truly endured for each one of us during his crucifixion. May we come to a fuller understanding of his love for us this Good Friday.

Today also marks the beginning of the traditional Divine Mercy Novena. You can find prayers and resources through this link: https://www.thedivinemercy.org/message/devotions/novena

04/01/2021

On Holy Thursday, we recall Jesus' command to be servants of one another. Jesus spent some of his final moments before his arrest washing his disciples' feet, pouring himself out for them in service. By instituting the Eucharist, he gave them strength to fulfill that command.

On Holy Thursday, we recall Jesus' command to be servants of one another. Jesus spent some of his final moments before his arrest washing his disciples' feet, pouring himself out for them in service. By instituting the Eucharist, he gave them strength to fulfill that command.

03/30/2021

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Holy Week Liturgies

Holy Thursday 7:30pm (no reservation needed)
Good Friday Stations 12:00pm (no reservation needed)
Good Friday Veneration 7:30pm (no reservation needed)

Holy Saturday Easter Vigil Mass
(private RCIA Mass...not open to the public)

Easter Sunday Mass:
8am, 10am, 12pm (by reservation only, spots are filling fast) https://stelizabethofhungary2.flocknote.com/signup/45833

or view on TV or online!

Have a Blessed Holy Week!

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03/30/2021

No saints are made without the cross. This is the week to pick yours up with renewed energy and join our Lord.

No saints are made without the cross. This is the week to pick yours up with renewed energy and join our Lord.

03/29/2021

Jesus wants to speak to your heart this Holy Week. Try reading through the Passion in small portions each day, praying with those passages and then journaling.

Jesus wants to speak to your heart this Holy Week. Try reading through the Passion in small portions each day, praying with those passages and then journaling.

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Holy Spirit come! Please pray for our Confirmation students who will be on retreat today preparing for Confirmation on April 17th!

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03/27/2021
03/26/2021
St. Elizabeth of Hungary Catholic Church 03/19/2021

St. Elizabeth of Hungary Catholic Church

Reservations will be required to attend Masses on Palm Sunday and Easter Sunday. Reservations may be made at the Parish website: www.stelizabethdallas.org.

St. Elizabeth of Hungary Catholic Church Reservations will be required to attend Mass on Palm Sunday (Saturday at 5, Sunday at 10 and 12) and Easter Sunday (8, 10 and 12.) Sign up by clicking on the link below.

02/25/2021

Hope everyone is having a blessed Lenten Season!

Just a reminder confession is offered each Wednesday at 7pm and Saturdays from 3:30-4:30.

Stations of the Cross are Fridays at 7:30pm.

Mass continues daily (in person) at 8am & Saturday at 5pm and Sundays at 10am & 12pm and televised Sundays on Channel 27 at 11am & 12pm with our Bishops .

Hope everyone is having a blessed Lenten Season!

Just a reminder confession is offered each Wednesday at 7pm and Saturdays from 3:30-4:30.

Stations of the Cross are Fridays at 7:30pm.

Mass continues daily (in person) at 8am & Saturday at 5pm and Sundays at 10am & 12pm and televised Sundays on Channel 27 at 11am & 12pm with our Bishops .

[02/19/21]   All Masses are canceled through this weekend due to the heating system being out. We hope to resume weekday Masses on Monday, although the church may still be cold. Please remember that Masses are broadcast on Channel 27 on Sundays at 11:00 a.m. and Noon. Updates will be posted here as they become available. Thanks.

Fr. Russ

02/18/2021

Daily Mass at St. E is cancelled for Thursday and Friday due to lack of heat in the church. We will keep you updated about weekend Masses. Thank You! Stay safe and warm! God Bless you all!

Daily Mass at St. E is cancelled for Thursday and Friday due to lack of heat in the church. We will keep you updated about weekend Masses. Thank You! Stay safe and warm! God Bless you all!

[02/15/21]   Ash Wednesday Masses at St. Elizabeth of Hungary are cancelled this year due to inclement weather. May God Bless each of you as you begin this Lenten Season! Please stay safe and warm and we will see you soon!!

02/12/2021

As the winter hits us this weekend, everyone please stay safe and as warm as possible!!

Lent begins this Wednesday, February 17th with Ash Wednesday.

Will Ash Wednesday look different with social distancing? Yes, it will! Instead of making the sign of the cross on the forehead, the ministers will sprinkle ashes on the head of each person. This is not something new, in fact, it is something very old. It is how our church celebrated Ash Wednesday for centuries and is how most of the world continues to celebrate the day.

Mass Times: 6:30am, 8am, 12:05pm, 7pm

As the winter hits us this weekend, everyone please stay safe and as warm as possible!!

Lent begins this Wednesday, February 17th with Ash Wednesday.

Will Ash Wednesday look different with social distancing? Yes, it will! Instead of making the sign of the cross on the forehead, the ministers will sprinkle ashes on the head of each person. This is not something new, in fact, it is something very old. It is how our church celebrated Ash Wednesday for centuries and is how most of the world continues to celebrate the day.

Mass Times: 6:30am, 8am, 12:05pm, 7pm

01/27/2021

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 www.dallasbishopsappeal.com

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 www.dallasbishopsappeal.com

01/25/2021

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

01/15/2021

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.

01/07/2021
12/26/2020

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!

12/26/2020

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!

12/01/2020

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

11/30/2020
11/29/2020

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.

11/28/2020

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.

11/27/2020

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: https://cruxnow.com/vatican/2018/11/consumerism-is-the-enemy-of-generosity-pope-says/

11/26/2020
11/25/2020

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

11/17/2020

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

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

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