Weekday meetings and classes are posting on this website as they resume.
St. Elizabeth monthly food collection weekend for the Hunger and Health Coalition is on the weekend of June 6 and 7. The Knights of Columbus will be in the front parking lot of the Church to coordinate and receive your donations of food or money on Saturday, June 6 from 2:00 PM until 4:00 PM. At that time, either food or monetary donations will be accepted for the Coalition. Donations of non-perishable food items for the Hunger and Health Coalition can also be placed in the collection boxes inside the front door at all Masses during the month.
There will be a short practice for First Holy Communion and First Confession on Sunday, June 7, after the 11:00 AM Mass. We ask that all First Holy Communion students and their parents be present at the practice so that we can go over the manner of going to Confession and receiving Holy Communion one last time with the children. First Confessions are scheduled for Friday, June 12, at 6:00 PM and First Holy Communion will be Saturday, June 13, at the 4:30 PM Vigil Mass. If you have any questions, please contact Paul Kankiewicz.
Habrá una breve práctica para la Primera Comunión y la Primera Confesión el domingo 7 de junio, después de la Misa de las 11:00 AM (como en todos los eventos en este momento, debido a las condiciones actuales, los horarios de las Misas están sujetos a cambios). Pedimos que todos los estudiantes de la Primera Comunión y sus padres estén presentes en la práctica para que podamos repasar la forma de ir a la Confesión y recibir la Sagrada Comunión por última vez con los niños. Las Primeras Confesiones están programadas para el viernes 12 de junio a las 6:00 p.m. y la Primera Comunión será el sábado 13 de junio a las 4:30 p.m. Misa de vigilia. Si tiene alguna pregunta, comuníquese con Paul Kankiewicz.
The 39th annual Catholic Leadership Institute is FREE of charge and available to all interested high school aged youth within the Diocese. The event will take place via the Zoom platform June 22 – 26 and will be scaled down to accommodate the limitations of online modality.
Faithful Servant Catholic Leadership Institute is designed for high school aged youth and adults who work with them. It combines a wide variety of learning modalities, including visual, verbal, logical, physical, and aural. Regardless of participants’ ultimate vocational call, Faithful Servant provides a foundation of insight into discipleship coupled with proven life skills.
Spend 2 hours in the morning engaging with each other via Zoom and then spend the afternoon engaging in leadership activities with your home unit or with members of the Faithful Servant community!
Faithful Servant is open to high school aged youth and those who minister to them.Faithful Servant is open to high school aged youth and those who minister to them. For more information about the Faithful Servant Leadership Institute, contact Paul Kotlowski, (828) 228-1692 or [email protected] Click HERE to register.
Video Links to current and recent live and recorded Masses are available HERE.
Confessions are being heard on Wednesday at 11:45 AM, Thursday and Friday at 9:00 AM, Holy Hour on Wednesday at 5:00 PM, and on Saturday at 3:00 PM.
The Confessional is located at the end of the Stairway Hallway. Please wait your turn at the Hallway Entrance beside the Prayer Chapel.
The Prayer Chapel is open Monday-Thursday from 9:30 AM until 2:30 PM and Friday from 9::30 AM until 12:00 PM.
Enter wooden door on left just inside front entrance when Church is closed.
Adoration is observed during Holy Hour at 5:00 PM on Wednesday and on Thursday from 9:00 AM until 7:00 PM. Please call the Parish Office or contact Ellie Wee to register.
Summer schedules for adult, youth and children's classes and programs will be posted when available. Contact the Parish Office or Director of Religious Education for further information.
Click HERE to register you or your family online. St. Elizabeth New Parishioner and Visitor Guidebooks and Registration Forms are available in the upstairs Narthex and the Parish Offices. Collection envelopes for new parishioners and visitors are in the stairway hallway bookcase just to the left of the Narthex.
Our behavior in Church has an effect on other people. In charity, we need to be sensitive to each other and provide a good example.
Quo Vadis Days is a five-day vocations discernment camp for young men in the Diocese of Charlotte. The camp includes talks by local priests, seminarians, and others on the vocations to the priesthood, marriage, and fatherhood. The goal of Quo Vadis Days is to challenge young men to ask the fundamental question “quo vadis” or “where are you going?”, while equipping them with the tools and opportunity to discern God’s will for their lives. This year's camp is scheduled for July 6–10. The location for the camp this year will be on the brand new St. Joseph College Seminary campus. The camp will be open to young men ages 17–19. For more information and to register, please click here to visit the application webpage.
The Knights of Columbus are sponsoring the St. Elizabeth Red Cross Blood Drive again on Tuesday, July 7 in the downstairs Pat Jones Hall. Mark your calendars. Hours and registration information will be posted here.
We have reached the end of another Faith Formation academic year, and what a strange end it was! As was instructed at the beginning of this Faith Formation year, if any student still has their Faith & Life Series student textbook at home with them, please return it to the church so that we can reuse it next year and keep the cost of buying new books as low as possible. We ask that all textbooks be returned no later than Sunday, June 28. There will be a box at the main entrance to the church (between the two sets of glass doors) as well as a box in the entryway to the parish office downstairs. Please drop the books in either box and they will be collected later. If you come to the downstairs parish office to drop them off during office hours, be sure to ring the doorbell to be let in. Thank you for your cooperation.
The Totus Tuus summer program has been cancelled by the Diocese of Charlotte for 2020. We hope to offer our own summer youth program in lieu of Totus Tuus. More information will be posted as soon as it is available. If you have questions, please contact Paul Kankiewicz.
Please remember to support the work and ministry of this Parish with your donations. If you have been unable to attend Masses because of the cancellations and uncertainties, you can still help. Bring your offering by the Parish Office or give online at https://www.saintecc.org/online. You may also mail your gift to St. Elizabeth CC, 259 Pilgrims Way, Boone, NC 28607. Thank you for remembering St. Elizabeth.
A Federal Court ruling lifted Governor Cooper's restrictions on worship. We are now permitted to offer public Masses with precautionary measures in place. Please note. If you have been ill during the past two weeks, stay home. If you feel that attending Mass puts you at risk, stay home. If you feel that receiving Holy Communion puts you at risk, do not present yourself for Communion. Protect yourself and our parishioners with these simple common sense guidelines.
If you do attend a Mass or any other event at St. Elizabeth, you do so voluntarily and at your own risk. Neither St. Elizabeth Church, St. Elizabeth Church staff, nor St. Elizabeth Church volunteers assume any responsibility for any illness, injury, trauma, or other damages which you may believe or otherwise allege were acquired by or while attending Masses or events on our campuses.
Mary's Market, the St. E Catholic Store and Gift Shop is located on the lower level across the hall from the Administrative Office. The Shop is open during office hours and during limited hours on Sunday.