Our Bishop has directly announced his support for the Diocesan Campaign for 40 Days for Life that allows parishioners, from each parish, to choose a specific hour of the day for prayer and fasting at home, or participation in peaceful and prayerful vigil in the parking lot across the street for Planned Parenthood (3716 22nd Place).
The Diocese is hoping that St. Elizabeth will commit 2-3 parishioners per hour from 6:00 am to 6:00 pm every Monday throughout Lent. That amounts to 36 people from our parish.
Those willing to assist in the prayerful vigil please contact one of the following individuals:
Deacon Dick Mccann 632-6571 or 762-5225
Christi Abarca 806-4383827
Rita Schumacher 806-773-5652
As the body of Christ, we are here to learn and experience a life-transforming relationship with Jesus Christ.
Through that relationship and our relationship with each other, we hope to find peace with God, love for one another, purpose in living and joy in lif
Our obligation to attend Sunday Mass continues to be dispensed by Bishop Coerver. You are not required to attend Mass at this time if you feel it is not prudent for you or your family.You can join us at 11 AM for our live-streamed Sunday Mass on the Raider Catholic website or on our Facebook page.
We will stream the Mass at 5:00PM on Saturday and it will be available Sunday morning on the Raider Catholic Facebook page or on our Mass Live Stream page. Distribution of Communion will follow the 11 AM Mass until 12:30 PM in the parking lot of the Old Catholic Student Center. Please read the instructions here.
St. Elizabeth's continues to make the Sacrament of Reconciliation (Confession) available on Saturdays from 3:30 pm to 4:30 pm. We are hearing Confessions in the main Church in the confessional in the back left of the Church and the Cry Room in the Narthex. At this time, we ask everyone coming to the Sacrament of Reconciliation to please wear a mask.
MONDAY - FRIDAY
5:30 PM in the Chapel
LITURGY OF THE HOURS
SATURDAY VIGIL MASS
8:30 AM, 11:00 AM
2:00 PM (Spanish)
in the Church
or by appointment
Stations of the Cross have been
cancelled for Lent 2021.
You may use the Stations of the Cross
on the website for your prayer at home.