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  • St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church

    7601 N. Grandview Avenue Odessa, TX 79765

    Phone: 432-367-4657

    Fax: 432-367-0700 City Website: setonparishodessa.org

    Our Mission Know Jesus and live the gospel through the Word and

    Sacrament, communion and service

    Pfarrer Pfarrer

    Pfr. Marcos Woodruff

    Pfarrvikar P. Timotheus Hayter

    Deacons Mr. Gary Brooks

    Mister. savior first

    Managing Director Sr. Mr. Blas Fields

    Administrative Assistant Mrs. Victoria Detiveaux

    Assistant to Miss Jessica Payen

    Parish Music Director Mr. David L. McIntyre III

    DRE Elementary School Mrs. Marilyn Hemann

    Minister of Youth for Middle/Secondary Education CRE

    Herr Johnny Aldas YM Assistant: Herr Brian Richards

    Maintenance Sr. Eric Fields, Sr. Danny Licon,

    Ms. Noemy Hernandez, Ms. Yolanda Pando and Mr. Seth Walden


    Sra. Yvette Brusuelas, Sra. Connie Crawley, Sra. Jennifer Hemann, Sra. Connie Janousek, Herr Juan Navarrete, Herr Brian Richards y

    Miss Linda Tilton


    Saturday: 5:00 p.m. Sunday: 9:00 a.m., 11:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.


    Monday to Friday: 6:30 am Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday 5:30 pm

    Thursday 6:00 pm (Spanish) Friday: 8:10 am (High School Mass)


    Mars 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm


    Saturday from 4:00 p.m. to 4:45 p.m. Tuesday from 11:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

    & 18:00-19:00


    Monday 10:30-12 and 13:00-16:00

    Tuesday Thursday

    9:00-12:00 y 13:00-16:00

    Friday: 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.


    Please call the parish office at 367-4657.


    [Email protected]

    Visit our website for more information on sacraments, programs, and events.

    The email:[Email protected]

  • Epiphany

    January 4 to 5, 2020

    Readings for the week Monday: 1 John 3:22 – 4:6; Psalm 2:7bc-8:10-12a; Matthew 4:12-17, 23-25 ​​Tuesday: 1 John 4:7-10; Ps 72:1-4, 7-8;

    Mark 6:34-44 Wednesday: 1 John 4:11-18; Ps 72:1-2, 10, 12-13; Mc6, 45-52 Thursday: 1 John 4, 19-5, 4;

    Sl 72:1-2, 14, 15bc, 17; Lc 4,14-22a Freitag: 1 Jo 5,5-13; Sl 147:12-15, 19-20;

    Luke 5:12-16 Saturday: 1 John 5:14-21; Ps 149:1-6a, 9b;

    John 3:22-30 Sunday: Isaiah 42:1-4, 6-7; Ps 29:1-4, 3, 9-10; Acts 10:34-38; Matthew 3:13-17

    budget to actual

    Weekly goal $28,525.00 Last week 41,451.48 Hallelujah!! keep praying $12,926.48

    Envelope receipts $25,589.50 Online donations 11,361.50 Loose plate 4,500.48 Total $41,451.48

    Catholic Charity Collection $2,825.00

    church debt

    Balance as of November 30 $1,956,797.64

    LADY'S ATTEMPT "Mass is heaven on earth" - São João Paulo IISABADO, JAN. 4: Epiphany

    4-4:45 pm Confession 5:00 pm Virgin Mary, by Arturo W. Cordova SUNDAY JAN. 5: Epiphany 9:00 am +Louis & Dorothy Wiesman, by AJ

    & Marilyn Wacksmann 11:30 a.m. + Comfort Monkey, de Eloy&

    Coral Prado 17:00 People of Santa Isabel MONDAY JAN. 6: André Bessette street 6h30 + Marcos Antônio Campos, from the Parish

    Employees MARTES, ENE. 7: Saint Raymond of Penyfort 18:30 + Jessica Chorney Wilson, by Skip &

    Andrea Chorney 5:30 pm + Armando Brito, from the family

    WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 8: Three Kings Day 6:30 pm + Marcos Campos, by Andrea & Walter

    Chorney 5:30 pm All Saints Mass THURSDAY, JAN. 9: Epiphany Weekday 6:30 am Alive/Deceased by Cain & Wiesner

    Families 18:00 +R. A. Olivas, for the Monday Dispatch

    Employees FRIDAY JAN. 10: Epiphany Day 6:30 pm + Walter Chorney, by Skip & Andrea

    Chorney 8:10 Mass at Holy Cross College 5:30 pm +Hector OgozRivas, by Gerardo &

    Ileana Cordova SATURDAY JAN. 11: Baptism of the Lord

    16:00-16:45 Confessions 17:00 + Marco António Campos, by Susan

    and Dewey Bryant SUNDAY JAN. 12: Baptism of the Lord 9am + Yolanda Moncayo, by Eloy & Coral

    Prado 11:30 am + Bart & Cindy Campbell, by A.J. &

    Marilyn Wacksmann 5:00 pm +Elida Esparza, for Family If you want mass for a specific date and

    if it does not show up, please notify the office, 367-4657, as soon as possible.

    Sunday Mass at 7:30 a.m. m. Beginning Sunday, February 2, we are reintroducing the 7:30 a.m. Sunday Mass. m. This will be a bilingual Mass - English and Latin (the Mass after Vatican II). Without music. Foot. Mark wants to use some Latin so we don't lose our Latino heritage.

    they opened their treasures

    and they brought him presents: gold, frankincense, and myrrh Matthew 2:11b

  • FIND YOUR SIZE A half-day event:

    Sunday, January 19, 2020, 2:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.

    Odessa Marriott Hotel & Congress Center

    St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish has partnered with CatholicCharities of Odessa and DYNAMIC CATHOLIC to present a half-day workshop titled FIND YOUR GREATNESS. Based on Matthew Kelly's book, THE FOUR SIGNS OF A DYNAMIC CATHOLIC. This half-day event will introduce you to four simple habits that will help you reach your full potential. Tickets are $25 and can be purchased at DynamicCatholic.com or by calling 859-980-7900.

    (If cost is an issue, please contact Ms. Mark or Ms. Tim.)

    January The Pope's intention to promote world peace We pray that Christians, followers of other religions and all people of good will promote peace and justice in the world.

    Applications for 2020-2021 NOW OPEN! We are now accepting applications for the 2020-2021 school year. We enroll first-year students,

    Second and third year students. Temporary classrooms at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton will be used during construction of the new campus near Fasken Oil and Ranch in northwest Midland.

    Holy Cross Catholic High School @St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish 7601 N Grandview Ave., Odessa

    Contact Carolyn Gonzalez for more information.[Email protected]

    432-235-1094 - School Board

    Sunday Mass in Spanish once a month Starting February 2, the first Sunday of the month, we will have a Spanish Mass at 1pm. If this Mass has consistent good attendance, we will consider adding a weekly Sunday Mass in Spanish.

    FORMER EPISCOPALS/METHODS If you are a Roman Catholic and would like more information on the Anglican Ordinariate, please call Fr. Mark – 432-367-4657. The ordinariate strives to integrate Anglicanism with Roman Catholicism!

    Question of the week What do you do to get compliments from


    ANDREW DINNER PROJECT Fathers Mark and Tim are looking for young men between the ages of 15 and 35 who may be thinking about the priesthood. Contact one of us at 432-367-4657. Bishop Sis is hosting a ProjectAndrew dinner in March and we'd like to invite you!

    PREPARATION COURSE FOR BAPTISMS - In January there are no classes. Planning a Baptism - To be baptized at St. Elizabeth's, the child's parents must be registered members of St. Elizabeth's or live within our borders. As parents, please come to the office to make arrangements for your child's baptism. It is necessary to bring the birth certificate of the baby from the municipality, the confirmation certificate of the godparents if the godparents are married, a copy of the religious marriage certificate and proof of the preparation course for the baptism of the parents and godparents.

    We do baptisms the 1st and 2nd weekend of

    Month. The baptisms are the 3

    Weekend only if Spanish is required. The first person to arrive at the office with all the necessary documentation to register for a weekend can choose the day, Saturday or Sunday, for all baptisms for that weekend.

    You must sign in at the office in advance.

    Your child's baptism date and you must

    has all the papers!

    Not catholic? Do you want to know more about the Catholic Church? If you are not baptized or have been baptized in another church and think you might be called to the Roman Catholic Church, we have a course called RCIA for you. Meets on Sundays at 10:10 am. In the bride's room (church). Call 367-4657 for information and assistance.

    The email:[Email protected]

  • HOLY CROSS LEARNING FUND We established the James M. Cox Scholarship to help students in St. Louis. Elizabeth's. To donate, contact Fr. Brand,

    (432) 202-0336.


    (1774-1821) January 4 Although her liturgical designation is "religious," Elizabeth Seton, as her festive prayer reminds us, was also a wife, mother, governess, foundress. Born into a wealthy Episcopalian family, Elizabeth married William Seton, whose untimely death in Italy, where the young family was seeking a cure for William's tuberculosis, left her a widow at 29 with five children. Inspired by the faith and charity of the Italians

    family with whom they lived, Elizabeth embraced Catholicism, although her family disowned her and stopped providing her financial support. the Sisters of Charity. The tuberculosis that killed her husband also took her eldest and youngest daughters, and finally, at just 47, Elizabeth herself. Another first: In 1975, she became the first American-born saint. United in being canonized. Once asked to summarize her spirituality, she replied: "Faith lifts the tottering soul on one side, hope sustains it on the other, experience says it must be, and love says it is." -Peter Scagnelli, Copyright © J.S. Paluch Co.

    LUZ DEL MUNDO Epiphany can be understood as an extension of the Nativity of the Lord, which we celebrate on December 25. While at Christmas we celebrate the coming of Jesus as the expected King and Messiah of the Jewish people, at Epiphany we celebrate the revelation that Jesus is the Savior and the Light of all nations: Jews,

    Gentiles and all people. The star shines so bright that it attracts magi who come from distant lands to adore Jesus. They are not Jews, but they are drawn to the light of the world. The Epistle to the Ephesians reveals that the light of the world was for Gentiles as well as for Jews: Christ gathering all men in the light of his love. The reading from Isaiah also describes the meeting of different peoples, but this time it is about the light that emanates from the people of God. Copyright © J.S. Paluch Co.

    CCD elemental

    Back to school in January

    Sunday January 12 and Wednesday January 15.

    Adult Bible Study Opportunities

    Men A new bible study for men,

    Led by Fr. Timothy, Augustine Lectio Institute begins the cycle on the Eucharist

    January 13th. They meet on Mondays at 7:00 p.m.

    in the bridal room. I hope to see you there!

    bible study for women They study “Walking

    with purpose: open your heart.” It will start again, on January 8, 2020,

    with a Coffee Connect. All women are welcome to join us at Coffee Connect!

    For information, please contact Sondra Eoff,[Email protected]

    Spanish Thursday: Rosary and prayer 18:00 – 21:00.

    It begins with a mass in Spanish in the chapel.

    2 day couples retreat

    Friday and Saturday, January 24 and 25, 2020

    Friday: 18:00 - 21:30 - Dinner included

    Saturday: Mass from 9 am to 5 pm $50 per couple

    Childcare is offered. This retreat is for anyone who wants to get married in church or just wants to enrich their marriage. Applications are available on the website in the office lobby.

    THE LIFE CENTER The Life Center empowers individuals and families through education, life choices, and sexual wellness through teaching, service, and healing programs. We have a Pack-n-Play in the lobby of the office building for donations of new or gently used baby and maternity clothes or new diapers, baby wipes, formula, car seats, strollers and swings. Please donate what you can to help!


    GEBURTSTAG! January 5 – Patricia Acosta, Avigail Castaneda, OtavieDongmo, Linda Escontrias, Esben Hernandez, Natalia Kemp, BraydenLevario, Jasmine Lopez, Arianna Marquez, Jeremiah Marrero, MarcusMitcham, Justin Molina, Saul Ortega, Audri Perez, Alynna Rodriguez, Alyssa Rodriguez, Jose Salcido, Rodbert Velasco 6. Januar – OrlandoBueno, Ricardo Camarena, Adriana Lopez, Carlos Luera, Charli Luera, Ruben Madrid, Abby Marsh, Tom McMinn, Madison Nevarez, Sebastian Reyes Medina, Esmeralda Valenzuela, Alexia Zepeda 7. Januar – NormaBerdoza, Jayden Garza, Jaime Gonzales, George Guerrero, Daniel Juárez,

    Jimmy Olague, Maddox Olivas, Isaac Ontiveros, Jerron Ontiveroz, Joseph Paramo-Reyes, Justin Rodriguez, Luis Roman, Kaiden Sarabia, Romi Scown January 8 – Nany Benigno, SanJuana Hernandez de Bonilla, Taylor Losoya, Gabriel Luciano, Christina Matta, Ayden Mesa, Silpa Pachimala, Raul Reyes, Hector Rodriguez, Adamari Soto, Octavius ​​Soto, Eufemio Tobias, Carrson Videtto, Martin Villalobos January 9 – Ashley Alba, Blake Benavides, Yasmin Castaneda, Martin Franco, Celso Garcia, Juan Gonzalez , Yesenia Gonzalez, Natalie Hernandez, Alex Levario, Nisha Lopes, Taylor Lopez, Fidel Marquez, Sarah Marquez, Juliana Matta, Raul Salazar, Emma Valenzuela Jan10–Leticia Calderon, Leonora Carley, Michael DeMarco, Benjamin Fierro, Kyara Flores, Kaleb Garcia- Suchil, Angel Matta, MikeMoreno, Elle Novicio, Maria Ramirez, Emanuel Romero, Guillermo Saenz, Diego Sanchez, Nathaniel Solis, Sue Soza January 11 – Cynthia Benavides, Alan Cardona, Lizeth DeAnda, Larry Dutchover, Antigony Garcia, Benjamin G George, Kyla Herrera, Samuel Holguin, Sammy Elias Leyba, Ann Lustgarden, Benny Medrano, Sally Mendias, Rojelio Molinar,

    Jacob Munoz, Julius Pinedo, Armand Pointer, Coralys Rivera, Catherine Rodriguez, Zachary Samaniego, Elijah Saucedo, Priscilla Wilson

    PROFESSIONAL COUNSELING AVAILABLE A professional Catholic counselor is available. His name is Francis Hymel, D.Min., LPC, LMFT of New Hope Counseling. Call for an appointment. His number is 432-687-4673 (www.newhopecounseling.net).

    PRAY FOR Donovan Crawley, George Estrada, Elena Garcia, Noah Garcia, Jacob Cobos, Rudy Marquez Jr., Kayla Knox, Brenda Herrera

    TREASURES OF OUR TRADITIONS Soon, people will be throwing Mardi Gras beads—purple, gold, and green—on the streets of New Orleans. Some will unravel the mystery: the colors of the pearls are derived from the magician's gifts. Gold for wealth, purple for power, green for health. The gifts are also a key to the identity of the child Jesus: incense for God; gold for a king; myrrh, funeral perfume for those who are going to die. Centuries ago, today's festival carried the heavy

    Last to celebrate all the manifestations of the identity of Christ: the birth of Jesus, the coming of the wise men, the baptism of the Lord, the wedding at Cana. It was too much for one day. Fortunately, that day turned into a whole season of thankful celebration, stretching back to Advent and continuing through the Lord's Baptism and all the way to Christ's return in glory. Tonight, be sure to turn on the Christmas lights and gather at the manger to hear his favorite song and prayer. – James Field, copyright © J.S. Paluch Co.

    'Awakened' Young Adult Ministry Keep up to date with our monthly events on the parish website, on Facebook at SEAS-AWAKENED YOUNGADULTS or by email[Email protected]12/01 - Catholicism, 18:15-20:30, food and childcare provided

    http://www.nehopecounseling.net/mailto:[Email protected]


    a privilege and a necessity

    is the construction of community and

    open for

    Who wants to grow in faith!

    Doors open at 6:30 pm. and ends at 21:00.

    IN youth night (6 to 12)

    January the 8th

    Youth night winter holidays

    We will resume Youth Night on January 15

    When we return we will be COMMUNITY NIGHT.

    Bring a friend!

    On the menu: Sandwich

    During the school year, we close promptly at 9:00 pm. and we go

    Need help ensuring the youth building is in good working order

    (due to Holy Cross High School using the facilities)

    youth ministry

    Steubenville 2020 – Lone Star

    Dallas, Texas

    19.-21. June 2020



    Applications for NEXT year

    Steubenville Conference in Irving,




    The cost is $400.

    A deposit of $150 is required

    as fast as possible

    The next payment of $150 is due


    January 16 at 7:00 p.m.

    Other planned activities

    Six flags over Texas


    Shopping at Grapevine Mills


    medieval times



    CCD Youth Evening Program

    Remember that YOUTH DOES NOT EXIST


    We continue the night of youth

    January 15

    Enjoy your winter vacation!

    Confirmation parents I &

    II youth, is PART

    program that we are

    weekly presence in classes

    weekly fair! we'll be

    Surveillance advances!

    CCD courses take place in winter.



    January 5

    Classes will resume on January 12.

    "Don't say: 'I'm just a child'; for you have to go wherever I go

    you yourself will send, and you will say what I command you. Do not be

    fear them, for I am with you to deliver you, says the Lord."—

    Saint Jeremiah


















































    A brief message from the Youth Welfare Office

    calendar for january

    January 12 ALL CCD courses resume at their usual time

    Youth Night on January 15 will continue at its usual time

    January 15 Steubenville Lone Star Registration

    January 16 Steubenville Parent Meeting

    January 21 RCIA classes for teens resume

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