Lenten Offerings

Lent:  A Season of Reflection, Renewal, and Preparation

Begin Lent with us on Ash Wednesday, February 22, 2023
  • 8:00 a.m. or 6:30 p.m. Mass
  • 6:30 p.m. Mass will also be livestreamed

Receive ashes, make a plan for sacrifice, almsgiving and prayer. Join us as we begin the 40 days to Holy Week.

Grow Together

Lenten Small Groups

What is a Seton Small Group?

Groups of 6-12 meet casually at Seton or in parishioner homes over 7 weeks starting the week of 2/19/2023. Gather for 1 hour & 15 minutes and enjoy faith sharing and the company of others. You do not need to have any scriptural or theological knowledge— in fact sometimes that gets in the way. Come as you are!

What can I expect at a Seton Small Group?

Each session starts and ends with prayer. A launching question gets the conversation started. Next, read scripture together and engage in a facilitated conversation about what God is saying to us today. What does it mean for your daily life? Each week, there may be a practice or habit all are encouraged to try to strengthen our relationship with Jesus.

We are invited to share our joys and challenges along the way. God designed us to walk together. When we share our faith, others may come to know Jesus through us. When we listen to others, we hear God speak to us differently. Faith is strengthened when we support one another.

When & Where Do Seton Small Groups Meet?

Tap the Seton Small Groups image for days, locations, times & facilitators.  *Groups begin the week of 2/19/2023*

Adult Enrichment
  • February 27 at 6:15 p.m. - Marriage Enrichment - The Joys and Challenges of Marriage
    Join us as the Rivards share their experience of a real-life, lived experience in the Sacrament of Marriage - the ups and downs and everything in between.  We hope you will come and share in this evening of presentation and discussion.  
  • March 6 at 6:15 p.m. - Scripture Study/ Small Group 
    Visiting Parts of the Mass through John 6 and John 11
  • March 12 & 13 at 9:30 a.m. / 6:15 p.m. - What's the big deal about Holy Week?
    Holy week is an incredibly sacred time in the Catholic Faith.  Come and find out what makes Holy week so special and what it means to us as Catholics.

Visit the Adult Enrichment page for more from this year's series - Our Road to Salvation.

Pray Together

Stations of the Cross

Walk with Jesus through this common Lenten devotion.

  • In church on Fridays at 6:30 pm (February 24 - March 31). End your week with Jesus' journey to the cross.
  • Watch online anytime. Access a pre-recorded video on your device and try out this prayer experience as St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Pastoral staff members offer a unique version of the Stations of the Cross

Connect to the Stations of the Cross videos.

Prayer Resources

Visit our Prayer page for some useful Lenten resources. Use these videos, books, podcasts, daily devotionals, and email reflections to ignite and inspire you and your family to reflect on your relationship with Jesus Christ.

Tap the Prayer and Meditations picture and get started today


Come to Sippel Hall on Thursdays during Lent (March 2 - 30) to walk this ancient prayer path for quiet reflection.

  • Morning:  after 8:00 a.m. Mass until 10:00 a.m.
  • Evening:  6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Lenten Prayer Service with Communion

Join us in church on Wednesday evenings at 6:30 p.m. (March 1 - 29). Daily readings, Gospel reflections, meditations, music and blessings will be celebrated and shared as a great way to add prayer to Lent.

Communal Penance Service

Join us at Seton on March 23 at 6:30 p.m. for a Lenten Communal Penance service. Get your heart ready for Holy Week and Easter.

Pray, Reconcile & Rejoice

On Wednesday, March 29, 2023, area priests will be available for the sacrament of Reconciliation at 11 parishes throughout the Archdiocese of Milwaukee.
Tap the Lenten Day of Reconciliation image to find a location and time.



Serve Others

Lenten Almsgiving

Reflect on global hunger, a reality for millions of our brothers and sisters. Collect your donations in a CRS Rice Bowl, and turn in your gifts at the end of Lent. Even $1 a day makes a difference!

If you are unable to get a Rice Bowl from your local parish, you can easily make your own with the DIY label on the crsricebowl.org families page to collect your alms throughout the 40 days.

Download your free Rice Bowl Calendar here.

Holy Week for Kids - Video Series

Gather the kiddos (and adults!) in your life and join the Child Ministry Team for our Holy Week for Kids video series.  We will unpack the significant days of Holy Week and challenge you to take simple actions each day to deepen your journey with Jesus to the cross.  We'll see you on Palm Sunday, Holy Thursday, Good Friday, and Easter Sunday.  

It's Palm Sunday! Join Ann Ryan of the Child Ministry Team for a simple explanation of what Palm Sunday is all about and discover three ways that you can make today special.


It's Holy Thursday!  Join Skylar Kumprey of the Child Ministry Team for a simple explanation of what Holy Thursday is all about and discover three ways that you can make today special.

It’s Good Friday. Join Ann Ryan of the Child Ministry Team for a simple, kid-friendly prayer to help you and your kiddos focus on Jesus in a special way today? 

Easter is here! Join Barb and Johannah Lee from our Child Ministry Team as they delve into Easter.