Eucharistic Holy Hour for New Ordained Priests

“The harvest is abundant, but the laborers are few; so ask the master of the harvest to send out laborers for his harvest.” Mt 9:37-38

Join your fellow parishioners in prayer before the Blessed Sacrament at the “Holy Hour for the Intentions of the Ordinandi” and an increase in vocations to the priesthood and consecrated life on Tuesday, June 14th/7:00 – 8:00 pm/Mother Seton Parish. 

Unite with parishes throughout The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Washington as we anticipate the Ordination of our Priests on June 18. This year’s Ordinandi:

For the Priesthood—

Deacon Gerald Andrews

Deacon Ryan Braam

Deacon Mattia Cortigiani

Deacon Carlos Rodrigo de Gutiérrez

Deacon Peter Mlynarczyk

Deacon James Morgan

Deacon Grzegorz Okulewicz

Deacon Thomas Robertson

Deacon Kyle Vance

Deacon Alexander Wyvill

“Every vocation, every path to which Christ calls us, ultimately leads to fulfillment and happiness, because it leads to God, to sharing in God’s own life.”—Saint John Paul II

VBS Registration Is Open

June 27, 2022 — July 1, 2022

09:00 am — 12:30 pm (EDT)19951 Father Hurley Blvd
Germantown, MD 20874

We would love for you to join us as a participant or volunteer.

All volunteers age 18 and above need to be VIRTUS certified. But don’t let that stop you. We can walk you through the process.

Participants ages are 3 to 10 and ENTERING pre K to 5th grade.
Pre K must be potty trained.

Registration fee will be :
$75 for one child
$125 for two children
$175 for three children
$225 for four or more children

This will cover the costs of materials, snacks, and t-shirts needed for the week.

Photos from the Relics

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.

Year of St. Joseph Resources

“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.”


Join Mother Seton Parish in the 33-day consecration to St. Joseph
Learn More Here

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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