Pastoral Offices and Rectory

4015 South Hampton Road
Dallas, Texas 75224
Phone: 214-331-4328
Fax: 214-331-0682

Office Hours

Tuesday to Friday 8:30 am to 5:00 pm and by appointment

Parish Upcoming Events



Confession Schedule,  Lent 2015

Saturday, March 28, 2015                             9:30 – 10:30 am            main confessional, back of church

Wednesday, April 1, 2015                            7:00 – 9:00pm             Chapel and Main Church Confessionals

“The Lights is On”

These are the last two public celebrations of Confession prior to the Triduum, Please Mark you Calendar

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Stations of the Cross

Stations are celebrated at St. Elizabeth of Hungary Catholic Church at 2pm on Friday Afternoons with our Catholic School, and at 7:30 pm in the main sanctuary in the evening



Laws of Fast and Abstinence

Abstinence The law of abstinence requires a Catholic 14 years of age until death to abstain from eating meat on Fridays in honor of the Passion of Jesus on Good Friday. Meat is considered to be the flesh and organs of mammals and fowl.

Fasting The law of fasting requires a Catholic from the 18th Birthday (Canon 97) to the 59th Birthday (i.e. the beginning of the 60th year, a year which will be completed on the 60th birthday) to reduce the amount of food eaten from normal. The Church defines this as one meal a day, and two smaller meals which if added together would not exceed the main meal in quantity. Such fasting is obligatory on Ash Wednesday and Good Friday. Those who are excused from fast or abstinence Besides those outside the age limits, those of unsound mind, the sick, the frail, pregnant or nursing women according to need for meat or nourishment, manual laborers according to need, guests at a meal who cannot excuse themselves without giving great offense or causing enmity and other situations of moral or physical impossibility to observe the penitential discipline.






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Parish Staff


Pastor: Very Rev. T. Michael Dugan VF
Parochial Vicar: Rev. Ben Molina
In Residence: Rev. Alex Buitrago
Deacon: Rev. Mr. Doug Boyd Sr.

Lay Staff

Receptionist: Bertha Shields
Office Manager and Safe Environment Coordinator: Gail Hudgins
Liturgy and Sacramental Coordinator: Cliff Thompson
Parish Catechetical Leader: Elizabeth Seidemann
Registrar and Wedding Coordinator: Liz Ashby
RCIA: David Fisher
Music Ministry: H. Richard Gwozdz
Ensemble: Vata Ndifornyen



Children and Teen Formation

We provide a total formation program for Catholics from Pre-4 to Adult.  For information on the Children’s Program held on Sunday morning or the High School Program please call Elizabeth at x223  This office works with Vacation Bible School, Young Adults Formation and RCIA for Children and Teens which is mandatory for students over 7yrs who wish to become Catholic.

RCIA (Adult)

If you are over 18 and wish to become a Catholic, or are wanting to complete, as an adult, the Sacraments of Eucharist and Confirmation, please call our director, David Fisher at 972-754-4377 to schedule an appointment to prepare you for classes that will begin in September. Classes are held on Wednesday Evenings at 7:30 pm.

Safe Environment Program

Gail Hudgins coordinates the Safe Environment Program for the Parish. If you are in need of help or training or completing your initial applications and reviews please contact Gail at x222

Carolyn Campos coordinates the Safe Environment Program for the School


Per the policy of Bishop Farrell, these are no longer celebrated individually, but as a blessing following a Sunday Mass. Please contact Liz at x233 for further information.


Please call the parish at least 8 months previous to the date you wish to celebrate your marriage so that the formation required by the diocese can be completed. Please note that marriage issues in the Catholic Church must all be completed before the Sacrament can be celebrated in a Catholic Church. Please call Liz at x233 for more information.

Anointing of the Sick and Homebound Ministry

The Sacrament is celebrated communally on the second Saturday at 8:00 am in the Chapel and privately by arrangement with the rectory. For extended needs for communion at home, please call Cliff at x226 for further information.


Before making any arrangements, please plan for the Funeral Liturgy by contacting Cliff at x226.

Liturgical Ministries

For General Questions about the Liturgy: please call Cliff Thompson at x226
Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion:  please call Cliff Thompson at x226
Lectors: please call Paul Williams at 972-291-7070
Altar Servers:  please call Jamon Abanaka at 214-331-4328 x226
Ushers:  please call Joe Pesina at 214-941-7981
Altar Flowers: please call Bertha Shields at x 221

Bad Weather Policy for St. Elizabeth of Hungary Catholic Church

The Liturgical Schedule of St. Elizabeth of Hungary (Mass) will always be held despite weather situations.

The Parish Offices will open and close according to DISD.  Unless DISD closes, the Rectory Offices will be open.

St Elizabeth of Hungary Catholic School

Rachel Robb, Principal

Bishop Dunne Catholic School

Kate Dailey, President

Project Gabriel

If you are pregnant and are considering terminating your pregnancy, let us help you choose life for your child!  Call 972-Baby-Due

Readings of the Day

US Conference of Catholic Bishops

Considering A Vocation to the Priesthood, Religious or Consecrated Lifesyle

Please contact the Vocation Office at the Catholic Diocese of Dallas. Father Edwin Leonard is the Vocation Director, phone: 214-379-2860, email:

Mass and Adoration

Sunday Eucharist: Saturday Vigil, 5pm and Sunday at 8:00 am, 10:00 am and 12:00 noonDaily Eucharist:  Holy Mass celebrated on Tuesday to Saturday at 8:00 am; Communion Services Monday to Friday at 6:30 am and Monday at 8:00 am

Reconciliation Saturday: 9:30 am to 10:30 am and by appointment

First Friday: Eucharistic Adoration is celebrated from 10:00 am to 7:00 pm and concludes with Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament

Oak Cliff Aid:  Food Assistance provided by Oak Cliff Aid located at 6000 S. Hampton Road  at Hampton and Hwy, 67

Emergency Number for Illness or Death:  Pager 972-558-8022General Information for a Mass, Building Rental or Room Usage: Please speak with Bertha at x221 

Business Office and Tithing Questions including Credit Card Drafts or Prepays:  Please speak with Gail in the Business Office at x222

Baptism:  Parents are to call the parish office to schedule an appointment to arrange for the Baptismal class.  Both parents and godparents are required to take the class.  After the class is completed, then a baptismal time will be scheduled   Please call Cliff at x226


Sunday: March 29    Palm Sunday   Masses at 8am 10am an 12 Noon   Special Passion Presentation at the 10am featuring the 8th grade of our Catholic School

Tuesday: March 31 (Besides being Father Mikes Birthday!)  The Chrism Mass at the Cathedral (Ross and Pearl St) at 5:30pm

Holy Thursday:  April 2   No 6:30am Communion Service, No 8am Mass. Mass at 7:30p with Adoration Following till Midnight in St. Francis Hall.

Good Friday: April 3   No 6:30am Communion Service, No 8am Mass.  Stations of the Cross at 12 Noon.  7:30pm Sung Passion of the Lord, Veneration of the Cross and Holy Communion

Holy Saturday: April 4   9am RCIA Rehearsal for Saturday Evening.  No 8am Mass or Reconciliation.  NO 5PM VIGIL MASS.    Vigil Mass at 8pm.   A reception will honor the new Catholics in the School Cafeteria following the Mass sponsored by the Altar Guild of St. Elizabeth.

Easter Sunday:  April 5  Mass at 8am, 10am and 12 Noon  Please remember children bring your baskets for your visit with Peter Cottontail following the Mass!!

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