Upcoming Events and Info


Mass at St. Elizabeth Seton

Saturday:  5:00pm
Sunday:  8:30am ~ 10:00am ~ 11:30am

PLEASE NOTE:  Section A is reserved for those who are more comfortable
wearing masks and maintaining social distancing.


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Weekly Bulletins are available online at https://www.sesnaperville.org/55



Perpetual Adoration Chapel

Big changes coming soon on October 1st !!!!

All parishioners are encouraged to return to the Adoration Chapel for private prayer. Our hours remain the same with the Chapel open from 6:00 am -10:00 pm. One change is that there will be no sign-up reservation required through Sign Up Genius. No code will be necessary Sunday – Saturday from 8:00 am - 5:00 pm. Code is to be used before or after these hours to gain entrance. Questions? Please contact pjpchapel@gmail.com or call 630.335.7704.  There is a HUGE need for committed adorers to operate our Chapel! The closest thing to heaven on earth – that is what Mother Teresa said of visiting Jesus in Adoration. You may experience this heaven on earth in our John Paul II Eucharistic Adoration Chapel SEVEN Days a Week!

Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick

Saturday, October 8 - 5:00pm Mass

As an opportunity for additional grace and healing, the Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick is offered for those who suffer from a chronic ailment, those who are anticipating a hospital stay, and those who are acutely ill.  There are many examples in the Gospels where Jesus extended his hands and prayed over those who came to him sick in body or mind.  In the Acts of the Apostles we see that the first Christian communities also were called upon to pray over individuals who were in need of healing.  This Sacrament is offered during Mass so that the whole Community present can pray with the Priest for those who come forward.  Come and receive the invitation of grace and find peace in the midst of your pain and suffering.  For additional information please contact Parish Center at (630) 416-3325.

Loaves & Fishes Ministry Needs Your Help!

Donations have not recovered to the level seen before the pandemic.  For a parish with about 2,000 families there should be far more food donated each week. If just 10% of the families attending weekend Mass brought one canned good or one package of dry food, the donation cart on the lower level would be overflowing. We can do better. It is up to you.


You can start your Christmas shopping online and select from many retailers and still let the recipient pick what they really want.  SHOP-SES has joined with RaiseRight to offer several new online features to the SHOP-SES program.  Through this website you will be able to:                        

  1. View all 500+ cards available thru SHOP-SES.
  2. Add funds to Reloadable cards purchased thru SHOP-SES.
  3. Place an order for digital cards.
  4. Place orders for any of the 500+ available cards. Pay for your order when you pick up your cards**
  5. Pre-pay for your order with a checking account (15¢ ACH fee per order applies).**
  6. Pay for your order with a Credit Card (2.6% Credit Card fee applies).**
  7. Have immediate access to reloaded cards or digital cards if paying with ACH or credit card online

**You will be notified when your order is ready for pickup. 

In order to sign-up, click on Register for SHOP-SES.
Once registered, you can sign in at RaiseRight for St. Elizabeth Seton. 

You are still able to place orders and get cards by sending an e-mail to SHOP-SES2011@Comcast.net, by calling the parish office at 630-416-3325 or, on the second weekend of the month (October 8 & 9), before and after the 5:00, 8:30 and 10:00 Masses and before the 11:30 Mass in the lower level.

Fire Pit Saturday Night

Saturday, October 15th - 6:00-900pm - Back Parking Lot
Fire pits ~ Hershey Bars ~ Bamboo skewers
Graham Cracker halves ~ Large Marshmallows ~ Water ~ Keg of Blue Moon
Live Entertainment
Bring your own chairs and gather around any of the 5 Fire Pits.

Used Book Sale

Earth Care is holding their annual Used Book Sale the weekend of Oct 14, 15 and 16.  Books can be dropped off in the lower level on Oct 14 from 3 to 7 P.M.  The books will be sold on the 15th and 16th of Oct.  Come and bring your friends to the best bargains in town!!  This is a great way to get rid of the books you no longer need and buy cheap books.  RECYCLE, RECYCLE, RECYCLE!!!

Undy Sunday

Earth Care is once again collecting new underwear for Catholic Charities the weekend of October 15/16.  Underwear is the last thing people with limited financial resources will buy.  So they are so appreciative when we can supply these needed necessities.  There will be a box in the Narthex as well as a box in the lower level to deposit diapers, and men, women and childrens underwear.  Thank you in advance for your generous donation.

HARVEST SUNDAY 2022 - November 6

Volunteers are Needed!

Please help us reach out to the local neighborhoods to communicate and collect donated food.  As a Driver volunteer, you will distribute door hangers from October 30 thru November 2 and return on Sunday, November 6, between 1 and 4 pm, to collect the donated items.  This is a great service activity for families and single adults.  Please complete and submit your sign up using the Sign-up Genius link below as soon as possible. Drivers are signing up for both distibuting door hangers on 10/30 and collecting food on 11/6.  You will be contacted soon after signing up with more detailed instructions.


Hundredres of volunteers are needed on-site to build boxes, unload bags from cars, move bags of food to sorting tables, sort and pack food into boxes, load trucks and recycling.  Please sign up using the Sign-up Genius link below for one or more collection times, and indicate the total number of volunteers you are signing up in the comment box.  Please dress warm for this outdoor activity.  

On-Site Volunteers: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/805084FA8AA2DABFB6-harvest5

Cash Donations are also needed!!  Click here to donate!

The Quinn Center Ministry is looking for Volunteer Support!

The Quinn Center is a community location associated with Saint Eulalia Church and serves the Maywood community with educational & cultural activities. In addition, the staff there provides the neighborhood with meals where St. Elizabeth Seton has supported on a monthly basis for FIVE years. We are looking for volunteer help in either providing some food and/or packing the items for delivery to the Quinn Center. If you are interested in helping or have questions, please contact Mike Ladewski (mike.ladewski@yahoo.com) for more info. 


“My Flesh for The Life of The World”

The National Eucharistic Revival began on the Solemnity of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ, June 19. On this day, the Catholic Church in the United States began the three year National Eucharistic Revival. The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops has established a website for helping to distribute information about the Eucharistic Revival. On this website, you can find information about various Eucharistic talks and written documents. More importantly you can sign up for a weekly Heart of the Revival Newsletter which will send you updates and inspirational materials. You can also sign up to be a Prayer Partner. We encourage you to visit:  www.eucharisticrevival.org which will help you to get involved in the National Eucharistic Revival (English and Spanish).

Click here for a Brochure and Registration Form



Need someone to pray for you or someone you love – today? A means by which we can ask others to pray for us is now available.

  • Go to: www.NeedYouRightNow.com and submit your prayer request.  Any request for those in need.
  • Now we need Peaceful Prayer Champions to make it happen.
  • There are a lot of people in need!  What can you do?  Become a Peaceful Prayer Champion!
  • It is easy to do…just provide your name, e-mail address or cellphone number to Deacon Gerard. 
  • Each time someone goes to www.NeedYouRightNow.com and makes a prayer request, our Peaceful Prayer Champions will receive a message with the name of the person who is in need of prayer.
  • We ask that our Peaceful Prayer Champions say a prayer right at that moment for the person in need.

That’s it.  That simple.  We care for one another.  We care about one another. 
We pray for one another.


As stewards of this world, we strive to protect God's creation; one of the ways we do this is by monitoring our purchases, taking care to choose items that cause the least harm and result in the most good. To help us find such products, we've partnered with SERRV, an organization that fights global poverty through fair and ethical trade, encourages sustainable practices, and supports community since 1949. We've created a custom link for our parish; you'll know you've reached the right site if you see an orange banner across the top with the message: “20% of your order today will be donated to SERRV International.” When you buy through SERRV, your purchase directly helps the artisan plus continues the good work of SERRV. Our custom link for St. Elizabeth Seton is: serrv.org?a=SESNaper. Please take some time, and consider shopping through it!

SES/St. Vincent de Paul

Have you noticed a new blue “box” on the East side of our SES Campus?  It may look like an over-sized mailbox but in fact, it’s our new-to-the-parish SVDP Dropbox where you may deposit those bags of clothing you’ve been saving for the Clothing Drive Trucks. Just bring those closed bags and deposit inside the levered opening….it’s that easy! Just a couple of etiquette rules to keep in mind:

  • Any donation must be able to fit into the levered opening. Nothing may be left outside or on top of the dropbox.
  • No large furniture may be brought to the dropbox site – please call SVdP to arrange a pickup from your garage. 
  • If the box is full, please save until the following week, since the dropbox will be emptied weekly.
  • No tax receipts will be available at the dropbox, but you may list your donatables and add to the receipt during the truck drives.

Questions? Please email: jeanekloepper@gmail.com
Thanks so much for the support you’ve always shown to SVDP!!

Email Phishing

PLEASE IGNORE any email messages from Father Scott Huggins or any of the deacons or staff from St. Elizabeth Seton that are asking for a favor, asking you to call a number or asking you to buy gift certificates.  These emails are scams! We have been notified that some of our parishioners are receiving these emails and want to assure all of you that no one from St. Elizabeth Seton is sending them directly. Please do not respond or call the number within the email.

Help Us Update Our Records!

If you have an adult child who no longer attends St. Elizabeth Seton because they are married or have moved from your home, please let us know so we can update your family records.  It is important for us to maintain accurate membership counts for our census report to the Diocese.  Please reply to this email, send an email to stelizabethseton@gmail.com or contact the Parish Office at 630-416-3325 to let us know!

Emergency Preparedness Brochure

Emergency Preparedness Video

Has Your Phone Number Changed?

Many households are disconnecting their landlines and using their cell phones as their primary form of contact.  In order to keep our database and phone directory up to date, we need to know if your contact information has changed. If you no longer have a landline, do you want your cell phone number to be used as the primary contact?  Do you wanted it published in the annual phone directory? Please contact the Parish Office at 630-416-3325 or email stelizabethseton@gmail.com to let us know!

St Vincent de Paul is here to help.
Call confidentially 630-416-3325 x6409



Please contact the Parish Office or see the weekly bulletin to get more information on these upcoming events.