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  • Latin Mass Schedule

    The Mass will be celebrated in the Extraordinary Form of the Roman Rite (also known as the Traditional Latin Mass) on the following dates:

    • Friday, February 14th – Feast of St. Valentine
    • Thursday, March 19th – Feast of St. Joseph
    • Friday, April 17th – Friday in the Octave of Easter
    • Monday, May 11th – Feast of Sts. Philip & James, Apostles

    All Masses will begin at 7pm.
    Before Mass, at 6:45pm, we will have a brief explanation for newcomers on what to expect. Handouts with English translations of the readings, etc., will be available, or you can follow along on the free Laudate app on your smartphone.

    All are welcome!

  • Faith Formation 

    To enroll in religious education classes please use the links provided below:

  • 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.

  • Catholic News Service

  • Today's Readings / Lecturas Del Día

  • 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/ 

  • 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.