WELCOME
Reconciliation - Sunday
7:30-8:15 am and by
request.

 

Mercy Chapel Adoration Schedule

 

Sat. June 22, Cleaning, 9am
Bible Study, 9-11am

 

Wed, June 26, Quilting Plus, anytime, 9-noon
Men’s cards 1-4pm

 

Thu, June 27, KC Meeting, 7pm

 

Sat, June, 29, Server training 9:30am

 

Tue, July 2, SetonFest mtg, 9:30am
 
Wed, July 3, Quilting Plus, anytime 9-noon
 
 
Thu, July 4, Mercy Chapel Closed
 
 
Wed, July 10, Quilting Plus, anytime 9-noon
 
 
Wed, July 17, Quilting Plus, anytime 9-noon
Server outing, Saints game,
 
 
Thu, July 18, Baptism Class CTK, 6:30pm
 
Sat, July 20, Bible Study 9-11am

 

 

Wed, July 24, Quilting Plus, anytime 9-noon
Men’s cards 1-4pm
 
Thu, July 25, Kc Meeting 7pm

 

Wed, July 31, Quilting plus, anytime 9-noon
 
Sat, Aug 03, Bible Study, 9-11am
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Address:

207 Whiskey Road NW
Isanti, MN 55040
Map & Directions >>

 

Phone: 763-444-4035
Fax: 763-444-6019

annseton76@gmail.com

 

Pastor

Fr. Donald Wagner

frdonwagner@aol.com

 

Deacon Gene Kramer

deacongene678@gmail.com

 

Office Hours:

Monday-Friday
8:00am - Noon

 

Religious Education Coordinator

Cindy Thrippleton

1-443-206-5552

stelizfaithformation

@yahoo.com

 

Music Coordinator

Nancy Kastel-Avre

ntkastel@gmail.com

 

Mercy Chapel

Theresa Lawson

763-444-5477

mercychapeladoration@gmail.com

 

Rectory:

230 Fern Street

Cambridge, MN 55008

frdonwagner@aol.com

 
Mass Times:


Sun ~ 8:30am

Tue ~ 7:30am

Wed ~ 8:30am
Holy Days ~See the bulletin

 

Reconciliation:

Sunday, 7:30-8:15am or anytime by appointment

 

Rosary:

Mon Tue Wed~ 8:05am


Sunday~ 1/2 hr prior to Mass

 

 

 

 

 

We the people of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton’s in union with the diocese of Saint Cloud and the universal Catholic Church, profess and live out our faith in Jesus Christ. Our mission is to create community, preach the Word in good times and in bad, celebrate sacramental life and to welcome and serve the needs of all people.

 

Our mission is lived out in cooperation with God’s grace in the following areas:

To continue with the support of the Liturgy Committee to offer spirit-filled liturgies in the spirit of Vatican II’s Constitution on the Liturgy.
To provide meaningful educational experiences to the total membership of the parish.
To explore new ways in building up family life and values. To stress family life as the micro-church.
To concentrate on reaching out to the needs of all people coming into our parish family - these needs being physical, emotional and spiritual.
To develop new forms of ministry to meet the needs of our emerging parish.
To be proactive in preparing our people to be open and welcoming to the diverse cultures, races and ethnic groups that will be part of our emerging parish.
To reach out and encourage our young people who may show an interest in the priesthood or religious life.