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St. Elizabeth of Hungary Catholic Church St. Elizabeth of Hungary Catholic Church HOLY MASS & SACRAMENTS Sunday Mass: Saturday Evening Vigil at 4:30 PM Sunday Morning Masses at 8 and 10:30 AM Weekday Mass: Monday through Friday at 8:00 AM Holy Day Mass: Vigil 5:30 PM, 8:00 AM and 12:00 PM Devotions: Morning Prayer: Mon.-Friday. 7:40 AM Eucharistic Adoration: Mon. 8:30 AM - 5:30 PM Perpetual Help Devotions: Tuesday After 8:00 AM Mass. Sacrament of Penance (Confessions): Saturday 3:30 PM - 4:15 PM Sunday 9:45 AM - 10:15 AM Baptism: Sundays at 11:45 AM Parents should contact the parish office to arrange a Baptism and to attend preparation class. Holy Matrimony: Please make arrangements at the parish office at least six months before the anticipated marriage. Vocation To The Priesthood And Consecrated Religious Life: Contact the Parish Office or the Archdiocesan Office of Vocations at 314-792-6460. Homebound Parishioners: Please call the Office for Holy Communion to the sick and visitation. New Parishioners: We welcome all new parishioners and are grateful for your active participation. Please visit or call our office to register. PARISH STAFF & COUNCILS Administrator Rev. Brian Fallon E-Mail [email protected] Phone Number 968-0760 Ext. 13 Permanent Deacon Deacon Robert Snyder Business Manager Miss Joan Voskamp Music/Organists Mr. Jim Randazzo Mrs. Elisabeth Kenney Pastoral Associate Mrs. Judy Roderick Maintenance Mr. Charles Nea Parish Council Mr. Jack Tracy 314-607-2728 Finance Council Mr. Larry Millburg 314-849-7212 St. Vincent de Paul Society 314-289-6101 Ext. 2274 Eucharistic Adoration Judy Roderick 314-965-2059 CONTACT US Parish Office 1420 South Sappington Crestwood, MO 63126 Phone: 314-968-0760 Fax: 314-968-8023 E-Mail: [email protected] Website: stelizabethhungary.org Office Hours: Monday - Friday, 7:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. Bulletin Deadline: Tuesday, at 12:00 Noon.

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    St. Elizabeth of Hungary Catholic Church

    HOLY MASS & SACRAMENTS Sunday Mass: Saturday Evening Vigil at 4:30 PM Sunday Morning Masses at 8 and 10:30 AM Weekday Mass: Monday through Friday at 8:00 AM Holy Day Mass: Vigil 5:30 PM, 8:00 AM and 12:00 PM Devotions: Morning Prayer: Mon.-Friday. 7:40 AM Eucharistic Adoration: Mon. 8:30 AM - 5:30 PM Perpetual Help Devotions: Tuesday After 8:00 AM Mass. Sacrament of Penance (Confessions): Saturday 3:30 PM - 4:15 PM Sunday 9:45 AM - 10:15 AM Baptism: Sundays at 11:45 AM Parents should contact the parish office to arrange a Baptism and to attend preparation class. Holy Matrimony: Please make arrangements at the parish office at least six months before the anticipated marriage. Vocation To The Priesthood And Consecrated Religious Life: Contact the Parish Office or the Archdiocesan Office of Vocations at 314-792-6460. Homebound Parishioners: Please call the Office for Holy Communion to the sick and visitation. New Parishioners: We welcome all new parishioners and are grateful for your active participation. Please visit or call our office to register.

    PARISH STAFF & COUNCILS Administrator Rev. Brian Fallon E-Mail [email protected] Phone Number 968-0760 Ext. 13 Permanent Deacon Deacon Robert Snyder Business Manager Miss Joan Voskamp Music/Organists Mr. Jim Randazzo Mrs. Elisabeth Kenney Pastoral Associate Mrs. Judy Roderick Maintenance Mr. Charles Nea Parish Council Mr. Jack Tracy 314-607-2728 Finance Council Mr. Larry Millburg 314-849-7212 St. Vincent de Paul Society 314-289-6101 Ext. 2274 Eucharistic Adoration Judy Roderick 314-965-2059 CONTACT US Parish Office 1420 South Sappington Crestwood, MO 63126 Phone: 314-968-0760 Fax: 314-968-8023 E-Mail: [email protected] Website: stelizabethhungary.org Office Hours: Monday - Friday, 7:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. Bulletin Deadline: Tuesday, at 12:00 Noon.

  • FROM THE DESK OF FR. FALLON

    EVERYBODY IS LONELY AND NOBODY IS TALKING ABOUT IT. A friend blurted this out to me a couple of weeks ago and it caught me off guard. It’s true! Look—I think we’re all pretty busy and know how to fill our schedules, but are we really finding time for true, genuine companionship and fraternity? Or how about this: there are countless articles about Millennials and iGen youth who are addicted to technology, but is it fair to say that all of us find comfort in front of our screens, and that it’s become more difficult nowadays to form community? Everybody is lonely and Nobody is talking about it. Let’s talk about it! In the early Church, communities would gather for an AGAPE (uh-GAHP-ay) meal, or a time of love and fellowship, one big pot luck. Then they’d celebrate the meal of Thanksgiving, EUCHARIST, in the way Jesus taught them to do. What’s keeping us from doing this? Think about it. In today’s Gospel, Jesus says wherever two or three are gathered, there He is in their midst. And there, with Jesus, whether we’re alone or not, we can bring that loneliness to Him and learn to relate those feelings to Him for comfort and compassion. CHALLENGE: Introduce yourself to someone you haven’t met before you leave Church today. ***We also welcome the Little Sisters of the Poor this weekend!! Sisters, we’re so grateful for your ministry! Peace, FF

    23rd Sunday In Ordinary Time

    September 10, 2017

  • Monday September 11 8:00am Mr. & Mrs. Mitchell George Tuesday September 12 8:00am Mr. & Mrs. Barbar Hitti Wednesday September 13 St. John Chrysostom 8:00am Mr. & Mrs. Salim Hamagi Thursday September 14 8:00am Ms. Collette S. Hamati Friday September 15 8:00am Mary, Nira & James Brady Saturday September 16 SS. Cornelius & Cyprian 4:30pm Mr. & Mrs. Joe Saleh Sunday September 17 24th Sunday In Ordinary Time 8:00am Robert Fell 10:30am People Of The Parish

    September 10, 2017

    Liturgical Ministers September 16 and September 17

    Saturday, September 16, 4:30pm Mass Lector: Helen Ingold Servers: Volunteers Extraordinary Ministers: Jane Bell, Jack Tracy, Bob Ubriaco, Patricia Codden Sunday, September 17, 8:00am Mass Lector: Judy Roderick Servers: Volunteers Extraordinary Ministers: Pat Giljum, Ginny Morrow, Barb Zander Sunday, September 17, 10:30am Mass Lector: Drew Finke Servers: Volunteers Extraordinary Ministers: Dee Martin, Maureen Cameron, Jerry Brendel, Karen LeBeau

    Let us remember in our prayers the sick and shut-ins of the parish

    Golde Caldwell, Gertrude Slama, Fr Edwards, Mark Beck, Tom Hearst, Charlotte Shafer, Jo Klein, Steven Sulze, Hilaria Green, Victor Sciarrino, David Brophy, Rosalie Hubert, Albert Feldt, Frank Miles, Mike McSorley Sr., Michael Roth, James Brumfield, Dave Oppland, Brother John Mangogna, Cathy Seemayer.

    GIVE A MEAL-A-MONTH September

    Chili and Chili Beans or Spaghetti and Spaghetti Sauce, Peaches or Jell-O (Extra) Toilet Tissue, Paper Towels

    We also encourage those who are unable to attend Holy Mass and desire to receive the Sacraments to please contact the Parish Office.

    Offertory Actual Budget

    Envelope Total $5,728 Loose $ 792 Total Collection $6,520 $5,000 Special Collections Votive Offerings $ 102 St. Vincent DePaul $ 155 Catholic University $ 178 Hurricane Harvey $ 2,331 Parish Maintenance $ 50

    Thank you for your

    Continuing support! September 3, 2017

    Thank you to all of our parishioners who support the parish community through their stewardship of treasure.

  • September 10, 2017

    St. John’s Bible Exhibition coming to Pauline Books & Media. The Daughters of St. Paul are hosting the St. John’s Bible Tues. Sept. 12 - Thurs. Sept. 14 at Pauline Books , 9804 Watson Rd. in Crestwood. Experience the first hand-written, hand-illuminated Bible of its kind in 500 years! A docent will be present each day at 3 pm to explain this labor of love. In addition the following presentations will be available: Tues. Sept. 12 at 7 pm Fr. Laurence Kriegshauser, OSB, local professor and author will speak on “Praying with the Psalms.” Learn how Jesus, a faithful Jew prayed these very same prayers to the Father. Wed. Sept. 13, following the 7 pm Fatima Rosary, the sisters will give a short presentation on Lectio Divina. Join them and learn to pray with God’s Word! For more information call 314-965-3512. Ad-mission is free.

    Women's Trivia Night Friday the 13th of October Doors open at 6:30, game starts promptly at 7pm. Prize for best decorated table, 50/50 raffle Tables of 8 - $20 per person. For info call: Trish Goldberg 540-3305. Mail checks to: 273 Parkland Ave; Glendale, MO 63122. Proceeds go to scholarship fund, St. Patrick Center and other charities served by MQP Women's League.

    “News Around Town” To all Men of St. Elizabeth: Please join Father Fallon and other men of the parish for a gathering on Wednesday, October 11 at 6 pm. Beer, Brats, and sides to be served! In addition to meeting/socializing with fellow parishioners there will be a general discussion on how the men of St. E's can help foster building community going forward i.e. Knights of Columbus, Men's Club. In order to determine amount of food to be prepared please RSVP Ted Michael by text at 314-562-7740. See you on the 11th!

    Forum on Homelessness in our Community

    Homelessness affects hundreds of families, teens and pregnant women in the St. Louis area and in our own backyards. A forum to be held at the Mary Queen of Peace School Gym (680 Lockwood Ave., Webster Groves) on Wed., Sept. 27 at 7 pm will help you learn some of the new and innovative ways that local organizations are working to end it. Speakers at this informative event will include leaders from Covenant House Missouri, Our Lady’s Inn and St. Patrick’s Center. Also on display will be “In Plain Sight: Homelessness Exposed,” a photo art exhibit created after 100 disposable cameras were distributed to homeless people in Missouri so they could capture images of their living situations.

  • This Coming Week at St. Elizabeth’s

    Mon. 9/11 - Eucharistic Adoration from 8:30 am until 5:30 pm. Tues. 9/12 - SAJE Zumba 11:30 AM Gym - SAJE 10:30 AM Chair Yoga Cafeteria - Perpetual Help devotions after 8:00 AM Mass Wed. 9/13 - Men’s AA Meeting 7:30 PM Thurs. 9/14 - SAJE Chair Exercises at Advent Episcopal, 9373 Garber 9:30 AM - SAJE Pickleball Gym 12 PM - 3 PM Fri. 9/15 - SAJE Zumba 10:30 AM Gym SAJE Lunch & Learn on September 14 will feature Elizabeth Schelp, RN and Stroke Program Manager at St. Anthony Hospital, who will speak on risk factors, warning signs, reducing risk of stroke, and a stroke risk assessment model. Program at 10:45 AM. Lunch at Noon. Advent Episcopal Church, 9373 Garber. For more info, 314-822-4736.

    I would like to thank all of the parishioners at St. Elizabeth’s who donated to the Hurricane Harvey relief fund. This past weekend we collected $3,971 from all three masses. Thanks, Fr. Fallon

    September 10, 2017

    Please join us in welcoming the following new member into our parish community: James and Mary Haschke and their daughter Eleanor Catherine, 9277 Fort Sumter Lane, 63126.

    "Please mark your calendars: St. Elizabeth's Fall Festival, Saturday, October 21! Something for everyone: music, kids activities, Mass, chicken dinner, more music, BBQ by Knights of Columbus, fireworks display, Washer's tournament, 50/50 raffle tickets on sale after all masses: $500 minimum grand prize! . This is a St. Elizabeth parish event, but we invite and encourage the Crestwood community, alumni and past parishioners of St. Elizabeth to join us in this day of fun, fellowship, and community! We need many volunteers to make this day a success. Please contact Drew Finke at 314-591-3739 or Kaitlyn Finke at 314-856-8003 to volunteer. More details to follow. God bless." We are also asking for volunteers to help with some of the different events throughout the day. If you can spare an hour or two please contact Drew or Kaitlyn.

    PATIENCE If you are patient in one moment of anger, you will escape a hundred days of sorrow. Chinese proverb

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