Prayers of abundant thanksgiving for the incredible fruitfulness of Father Joe's ministry at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton for these past 15 years. May the Holy Spirit guide his path and may the hearts of our faith community continue to grow in the deep love of Christ Jesus that he has shared with us through his thriving ministry.
Celebrating 15 Fantastic years with Fr. Joe
Join us for a reception celebrating 15 Fannntastic years of Father Joe! (Light appetizers and beverages will be served.)
- DATE: Saturday, June 17 (6-8pm) OR Sunday, June 18 (Noon-2pm)
- WHERE: St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish, 12700 W. Howard Avenue, New Berlin, WI
To RSVP, tap the "Sunshine" image of Fr. Joe to complete and submit your response by June 1, 2023.
Pastoral Transition Update - May 2023
On May 1, 2023 Archbishop Jerome Listecki appointed Fr. Joy Thachil as administrator of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish, effective June 20, 2023.
Welcome weekend (Tentative)
- June 24/25
- more details to follow
Pastoral Transition Update - March 2023
On March 2nd the Seton staff, Pastoral Council, Financial Council, and other parish leaders met with a representative from the Archdiocese Priest Placement Office. The meeting included an explanation of the placement process, an exercise to help the leaders with the preparation of the Parish Profile, and an opportunity to ask questions. Since that meeting, the Parish Profile has been finalized and submitted to the Priest Placement Office.
What's next? The Priest Placement Board will review the information provided by the parish, consider those interested in serving at Seton, and make recommendations to the Archbishop. In most cases the Archbishop makes the selections sometime in April. The announcement will typically happen in May. The new priest or administrator will then start their position in mid-June.
What can we do? Be patient and prayerful.
Who is St. Elizabeth Ann Seton as a parish?
- Download the Seton Parish Characteristics here.
- Download the Seton Parish Profile here.
A Message from Father Joe
- Read Fr. Joe's Retirement Letter here.