Parents and Teens- we need your help! Please complete a survey to help us develop programs, events, and groups which address your needs and expectations. Links to the Surveys are below. The Parent Survey is in both English and Spanish and the Youth (6th grade through Young Adult) Survey is in English. Please complete the survey and return them to the Youth Ministry Survey box in the vestibule or to the Parish Center Office by the end of June. Thank You!
To register go to https://forms.gle/uV8XfDUN197BH3x98
What an incredible evening! We had over 700 people come out to venerate the sacred relics. What an incredible gift to our parish to be in the company of our Heavenly friends. Thank you to Jeff Thorne for capturing in photos this grace-filled evening.
View Photos from Cardinal Wilton Gregory’s visit to Mother Seton HERE
“Inspired by the Gospel, the Fathers of the Church from the earliest centuries stressed that just as St. Joseph took loving care of Mary and gladly dedicated himself to Jesus Christ’s upbringing, he likewise watches over and protects Christ’s Mystical Body, that is, the Church.”POPE ST. JOHN PAUL II
Join Mother Seton Parish in the 33-day consecration to St. Joseph
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How to Celebrate the Year of St. Joseph
As we devote an entire year to St. Joseph’s honor, we will undoubtedly unlock many special graces not only for the Diocese of Charlotte, but for each of the faithful who increase their devotion to him during this special year. There is no greater model than St. Joseph from whom we can learn how to live virtuously in imitation of Jesus and Mary.
“Devotion to St. Joseph is one of the choicest graces that God can give to a soul, for it is tantamount to revealing the entire treasury of our Lord’s graces,” wrote St. Peter Julian Eymard, “When God wishes to raise a soul to greater heights, he unites it to St. Joseph by giving it a strong love for the good saint.”
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We’ve started a “deacon’s corner,” a place where deacons
can reflect on the readings of the day, the saint of the day,
an event, or a prayer. Also, this will be the place to offer
encouragement to fellow parishioners during the
pandemic. The deacons have been instructed to keep it
short, that is, four to eight sentences. The difficulty is not
finding something to say — our faith is so rich and deep
that there is always something to say — the difficulty is to
say something meaningful but at the same time keep it
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