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  • Stewardship / Tithing

    We are very grateful to those who have continued to give during this difficult time. Through this pandemic, parish staff has sought ways to trim expenses and new ways to continue essential ministries. Some of our ministries like religious education and bible study have moved online. Other ministries such as visiting hospitals and seriously ill people at home have continued with very strict safety guidelines. Our Mass attendance is only about thirty percent of our pre-Covid numbers, but is growing slowly. I am aware that many households and businesses are facing financial challenges, and your parish is no different.  So far, we have been able to remain in the black, thanks to the Finance Committee's careful planning over the past few years.
     
     All this is to say that now, more than ever, we need your support. To those who have not missed a beat in your giving, you are our heroes.For those who are giving sporadically, or are not sure how giving works when you are not attending Mass, we have tried to make it easier for you to support your parish.  Simply click on the Online Giving link on the upper right-hand corner of this page. You can make a one-time donation or your weekly offering.  

    We want to make sure that your church is ready for you when you are ready to come back.  Thank you for your support.

                                                 Fr. Russ

  • Weekend Masses 

    Weekend Masses will be at 5 p.m. on Saturday and 10 a.m. and 12 p.m. on Sunday. Please note that face masks are required and social distancing must be maintained.  Reservations are not necessary. For you safety, the church is disinfected after each Mass.  Please note that the Bishop's Dispensation from attending Mass remains in effect. We are counting on all of you to help us remain healthy.

  • Daily Mass Available

    Daily Mass (Monday - Saturday) at 8:00 a.m.    

    • Mass will be celebrated in the main church and attendance will be limited to 300 people. 
    • Parishioners attending are required to wear face coverings and everyone should maintain social distancing, except for members of the same household. 
    • While we will be disinfecting the church after each Mass and taking other steps for your protection, it is up to each individual to decide if they are able to attend safely. 
    • The Bishop’s dispensation from Mass attendance remains in effect until further notice.  


    The church will remain open during normal hours for private prayer and adoration

  • Faith Formation 

    This year we will be upgrading our program to a Family Faith Formation Model.  Classes will be via ZOOM and Google Classroom. Resources are available now.  Call Elizabeth Seidemann at 214-331-4328 for more information or to register.    

  • Thank You Sponsors!

    A big THANK YOU to all of our business sponsors who advertised during the past year. If you would like to participate in advertising please contact Bill Strait at 972-743-3864 or email him at bstrait@diocesan.com.

  • Holiday Mass Schedule

    Thanksgiving Day - 10 a.m.
    Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception
              December 7 @ 7 p.m.
              December 8 @ 8 a.m. and 7 p.m.
    Christmas Eve - 4, 7, and 11 p.m.
    Christmas Day - 10 a.m.
    Solemnity of Mary, Mother of God
              December 31 - 7 p.m.
              January 1 - 10 a.m.

  • St. Joseph's Residence

    St. Elizabeth has a long-standing association with St. Joseph Residence, and assisted living center in Oak Cliff. If you know of someone looking for a truly caring Catholic facility for an aging loved one, check out their website at   http://www.stjr.org/ 

  • Traveling? - Find a Mass

    If you are traveling and looking for a Catholic Church, you can find the closest churches and their Mass schedules here: Catholic Mass Times.

  • Priestly Vocation?

    God made you for a unique purpose.  Even before you were born, he knew your vocation, your mission in life. And if you are a faithful Catholic man, God may be calling you for a higher purpose—to become a Catholic priest.

    Call the vocations office at 214-379-2860 or see Fr. Russ for more details.

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