Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton
A Roman Catholic community...
...Gathering together

Parish Ministries

Sunday Morning Social

Coming Soon!

Family Ministry

Look for event announcements
in the Friday Feed and Seton Sunday
Learn more about this ministry here.

An Investment in Motherhood

Every Thursday
The Upper Room (near the Cafe)

Senior Lunch and Movie

Look for announcements
in the Friday Feed and Seton Sunday

Prayer Shawl Ministry

2nd Tuesday 7:00PM
2nd Thursday

Let's Play Cards

Every Sunday
The Cafe at Waldron Hall
Winter Schedule 2:00PM

Family Open Gym

Every Sunday
Waldron Hall
10:00AM - 11:00AM

Floor Hockey

Every Sunday
Waldron Hall
8:00PM - 9:00PM

Adult Basketball

Every Wednesday
Waldron Hall

The Newman Club at Messiah

Look for announcements
in the Friday Feed and Seton Sunday

The Church on gathering together

The gathering together of the People of God began at the moment when sin destroyed the communion of men with God, and that of men among themselves. The gathering together of the Church is, as it were, God's reaction to the chaos provoked by sin. This reunification is achieved secretly in the heart of all peoples: "In every nation anyone who fears him and does what is right is acceptable" to God.

In keeping with the social nature of man, the good of each individual is necessarily related to the common good, which in turn can be defined only in reference to the human person.  Do not live entirely isolated, having retreated into yourselves, as if you were already justified, but gather instead to seek the common good together.

By common good is to be understood "the sum total of social conditions which allow people, either as groups or as individuals, to reach their fulfillment more fully and more easily." The common good concerns the life of all. It consists of three essential elements.
First, the common good presupposes respect for the person as such. Second, the common good requires the social well-being and development of the group itself. Finally, the common good requires peace, that is, the stability and security of a just order.

Participation is the voluntary and generous engagement of a person in social interchange. It is necessary that all participate, each according to his position and role, in promoting the common good. This obligation is inherent in the dignity of the human person.

From the Catechism of the Catholic Church
Part 3, Section 1, Chapter 2, Article 2

Theology on Tap

Theology on Tap is an evening of good food and drinks with young adult Catholics who want to hear more about their faith and talk about the issues that matter, coming together to hear engaging speakers and join in meaningful conversation.

Discussions include faith, love, and modern day issues both in and outside of the Church– no topic is off limits. Theology on Tap provides young adults from all walks of life with straight talk on faith and its implications for our daily lives, communities, and our society.

Come join a meeting near you to experience spiritual and physical enrichment. Contact the Office for Youth & Young Adult Ministry at 717-657-4804 ext. 327 or email for details or connect with your local ToT using the links below.

We are stronger together than alone. We are called to community. We envision this as an opportunity to share our faith, ideas, events, prayers, news, and links.

Theology on Tap meets the 3rd Thursday of every month at Evergrain Brewery, Camp Hill, PA

Theology on Tap Website

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