Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton 

      All Are Welcome!
3747 Brick Schoolhouse Road 
P.O. Box 149
Hamlin, NY 14464

Question of the Week
How Can We Be “Imitators” Of The Lord
 In Our Love For God And Neighbor?



Office Hours
 Monday through Thursday 8:30AM to 3:30PM
Friday 8:30 AM to 11:30AM

We can also be reached by email at or by calling the office at 585-964-8627 and leave a message and we will get back to you as soon as possible.  
Stay Well and Keep Praying!

This Week at SEAS

Thursday, October 22nd ~ St. John Paul II
               9:00AM Mass
Friday, October 23rd ~ St. John of Capistrano
               5:30PM Mass - Tony Mantelli
Saturday, October 24th
               4:00-4:45PM Reconciliation
               5:00PM Mass
Sunday, October 25th ~ 30th Sunday in Ordinary Time
Exodus 22:20-26, 1 Thessalonians 1:5-10, Matthew 22:34-40
              9:30AM Mass - Mass Intention - Patricia and Karl Schieble

 Monday, October 26th
                  NO 9:00AM Mass
                  7:00PM Mass - Mass Intention—Russell McCormick
                  7:30PM Pastoral Council Meeting
Tuesday, October 27th
                  9:00AM Mass—Mass Intention Jeff Daniels
Wednesday, October 28th ~ SS Simon and Jude, Apostles
                  9:00AM Mass - Mass Intention - Joan Avery
                  7:30-8:30PM Cantor Rehearsal
Thursday, October 29th                 
                  9:00AM Mass - Mass Intention - Linda Wallace
Friday, October 30th
                 5:30PM Mass - Mass Intention - Linda Dengel
Saturday, October 31st
SEAS Annual Remembrance Table
               4:00-4:45PM Reconciliation
               5:00PM Mass
Remember to Change your clock and Smoke Detector Batteries!
Sunday, November 1st ~  All Saints Day
Daylight Savings Time Ends!  Fall Back!
Remember to change your Clocks
SEAS Annual Remembrance Table
Revelation 7:2-4,9-14, 1 John 3:1-3, Matthew 5:1-12
              9:30AM Mass - Mass Intention - John Eichas, and
All Members of Our SEAS Family
Monday, November 2nd ~ All Souls Day
SEAS Annual Remembrance Table
             9:00AM Mass - Mass Intentions -
For All Deceased Members of Our SEAS Family


Attendance at Weekend Masses is by Reservation Only.
You MUST call or email the office at 964-8627 prior to the Mass you wish to attend.
No reservations needed to attend week day  Masses.
Due to the prevalence of the Coronavirus, the Bishop has stated that “the dispensation from the obligation to attend Sunday Mass will remain until further notice.”
Masks /Face coverings (that cover your mouth and nose)
 and Social Distancing(6ft between each other) will be required at all times
while in the building.

See complete instructions by click the Link below:
SEAS Reopening Instructions


Faith Education Classes, Sacramental
Preparation, and Youth Ministry
Call the Office for more information  964-8627
Classes has begun!

Reminder that if your child wishes to prepare for Sacraments they must attend Faith Education Class for at least one year prior to preparing for Reconciliation and First Eucharist.  Our Confirmation program is a two year program open to youth who are in 8th grade or older.  Please call the office if you have any questions.
  Registration forms are available at the links below.


Registration Form for K-5th Grade, Jr. High, and Sacamental Preparation - Click Here!

Here is a Link to the Diocese of Rochester's
Family Zone Newsletter - Click Here
Each week during the Summer there will be information and ideas to be used at Home with your family - young and not so young.

2020 Time Talent and Treasure

Time and Talent


  Think about where you can use your time and talents to help the Parish Family.  SEAS is conducting our Annual Time,Talent and Treasure sign ups now.  Please call the office if you have any questions.
All our Committees and Ministries invite you to share your time and talent with us here at SEAS. 

Click here for Ministry Descriptions

 Click Here for 2020 Time, Talent, and Treasure Card 

Check out the opportunities for you and your family to get more involved. (Click on the Ministry Description Link above.)

SEAS Mission Statement

St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish is an evolving Roman Catholic Community dedicated to meeting the spiritual needs of those in our parish and the surrounding area.  We gather in worship where all are welcome around the table of the Eucharist to be nourished by the Word of God, the Sacraments, and one another so that in our lives we may recognize and use our gifts with joyful creativeness.  As the body of Christ, we are committed to nourishing the spiritual life and well being of ourselves and one another, especially those in need.


Welcome to St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish!
We have a history of over 25 years of service that continues today and one that we can be proud of.  Our faith community has been a source of strength and life for so many people; yet, there is much that challenges us to find new ways to serve the needs of the People of God and the society in which we live.  We continually need to commit ourselves to the future and to ways of making our faith alive and growing. 
A community can only give what its members make possible.  Miracles and wonders can happen because we are a community and not just individuals, and so what we share is a fuller expression of faith and love.
Welcome, again, and may God bless you and St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish.
Rev. John F. Gagnier


In re Diocese of Rochester
Case No. 19-20905
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE THAT, On September 12, 2019, the Diocese of Rochester ("Diocese") filed for protection under chapter 11 of title 11 of the United States Code (the "Bankruptcy Code").
The Bankruptcy Court has established August 13,2020 at 11:59 p.m. (prevailing Eastern time) as the deadline to file proofs of claim against the Diocese (the "Bar Date").
If you have a claim against the Diocese, including, without limitation, a claim related to sexual abuse committed by any person connected with the Diocese, you must file a claim on or before the Bar Date.
Please visit or call (855) 347-3773 for more information on how to file your proof of claim.

Message from Bishop Matano

In a video message to the Catholic faithful released last week, Bishop Matano said, "I renew my most sincere apology to anyone who was harmed by a cleric or Church personnel who so terribly violated their position of trust and scarred the very lives of those whom they were called to serve. I pray that the victims and all affected by these egregious acts will find healing and hope. Know that Our Lord never abandons us and is always present, especially in times of grave difficulty and suffering…Our diocesan efforts of many years to heal and to restore victims, and to create a safe environment, will continue. We will remain vigilant."

The Bishop’s message and a Letter to the Faithful distributed the weekend of Aug. 3/4 can be viewed at


Association of U.S. Catholic Priests
The AUSCP was founded in 2011 by 27 priests and has sprung into the largest association of Catholic priests (almost 1200) in the United States.  With supportive lay Friends (150), we stand on the vision and values of the Gospel and Church teaching as exemplified in Vatican II and Pope Francis.  We raise a prophetic and inclusive voice of compassion in church and society as Jesus did.
Click on the Link below to read more about the AUSCP and possibly become a Lay Friend. 

* Association of U.S. Catholic Priests - AUSCP -


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