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Pentecost

Pentecost Sunday is Liturgical Ministry Sign-Ups!

On Pentecost Sunday you are invited to consider signing up as a Lector, Altar Server, Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion Usher Sacristan Funeral Assistant and other Liturgical Ministries for our Parish Community. If you are already serving in a Ministry you should receive a special communication via the Ministry Scheduler. It is important that we hear from all current Ministers by Asscension Sunday, May 8th or your name will be removed from the Ministry Scheduler.

 


 

 

Death

Please pray for the repose of the soul of our Parochial Vicar, Father Ben Molina.  Constancia Molina passed away this past Sunday.  Father Ben will be leaving to return to the Philippines on Wednesday, April 27 to be with his family and celebrate the Mass for his mother.  Father Ben will be returning to St. Elizabeth on May 25th.

Eternal Rest Grant Unto Her O Lord – And Let Perpetual Light Shine Upon Her.

 


Congratulations

*Thanks to our excellent volunteer catechists who received a thanksgiving blessing at 10am Mass. Without them we could not have a CCD program!! Excellent Job!!

*Congratulations to our Parish Guadalupanas on the celebration of their anniversary of establishment and their work to promote vocations to the priesthood and support the pastor of the parish.

* Thanks to all who parishioners who participated in the School Silent Auction.  It is excited to see after 60 years how parishioners support our 23o children in our school further Catholic Education and help us seek to grow that education!  Father Mike

 

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MOTHER’S DAY NOVENA OF MASSES

“And Mary kept all these things in her heart.”

BE SURE TO HONOR YOUR MOTHER IN OUR MASSES AT ST. ELIZABETH OF HUNGARY

From that moment of confusion when the Archangel Gabriel asked her to be the Mother of our Savior; to the stillness of the shepherds’ night visit to the manager and the frightful escape into Egypt; to the joyful trust in Jesus at the wedding feast of Cana and the heartbreaking hours under the cross; to the desolation of cradling the body of her dead Son on her lap and the exhilaration and complete joy of His rising from the dead – our Blessed Mother “kept all these things in her heart.”  There is something incredible about a Mother’s heart that place in her soul where the joys and sorrows of being a Mother are always present.  From that Mother’s heart comes tears and smiles, worries and hopes, disappointments and consolations.

Like our Blessed Mother Mary, a Mother receives a wonderful blessing to embrace and a heavy cross to bear.  From the first stirring of life in her womb and for the rest of her days on this earth, a Mother “keeps all these things” in her heart.  At times her heart is overflowing with happiness and pride, and at other times with anxiety and even dread.  But always she “keeps all these things in her heart.”

A Mother knows.  A Mother understands.  A Mother loves with all of her heart.

And a Mother knows that she cannot do it alone.

Is it any wonder that Mothers have a special closeness to our Blessed Mother, who knows what it means to “keep all these things in her heart?”

Mary, the Mother of God – and our Mother, too – is always ready to carry the worries and burdens, the tiredness and disapointments, the silent hopes and fervent prayers of every Mother to our loving and good God.

 This Mother’s Day is a wonderful opportunity to give the gift of your prayers to your Mother and all the special Mothers in your life.  Through the intercession of our Blessed Mother, you can lend God’s helping hand to our Mothers who “keep all these things in their hearts.”

Whether your Mother is living or deceased, I invite you to honor her and all those who have touched your life by including them in our Mother’s Day Novena.  Simply list the names of your mother, grandmother, godmother, and other special women on the envelope provided in either the pew or your offering envelopes.

TURN IN YOUR OFFERING ENVELOPES AS SOON AS POSSIBLE

NAMES REMEMBERED IN NOVENA OF MASSES AND ON ALTAR AFTER MOTHERS DAY THROUGHOUT REST OF THE MONTH OF MAY.


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MASS INTENTIONS AND SANCTUARY CANDLE OPPORTUNITIES

It is a privilege to have the Holy Mass celebrated for either someone who has died or for a special intention like a birthday or anniversary. Cards are sent by the rectory to the recipient announcing the celebration of the Mass.

Masses Available June 2, 4, 9, 11, 14, 15, 18, 30

Sanctuary Candle Week of May 8 and July 10, 17, 24, 31

Please Help us by sponsoring Masses or the sanctuary candle for a donation made at the rectory call Bertha at Ext 221 or writing bshields4015@gmail.com


Thank You Easter Flower Donors

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60th anniversary

SAVE THE DATE!!!

Mark your calendar now to attend the 60th Anniversary Gala for St. Elizabeth of Hungary Catholic Church!!!!

NOVEMBER 18, 2016

The Orion Ballroom in the Bank of America Building on Zang Blvd.


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NEXT RCIA CLASSES :

April 6, 13, 20, 27 May 4 at 7:30pm

Dinner served 7pm, Class starts at 7:30pm

RCIA Banquet  May 11 at 7pm

 


 

Dallas Ministry Conference Save the Date for the

10th Anniversary Dallas Ministry  Day

September 29 – October 1, 2016 Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center Dallas

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Online Giving

September 29 – October 1, 2016 Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center Dallas

Important In Regard to Registering for Online Giving

1.  To register for more than one-time online giving, you must be a registered parishioner first.  Registering here does not replace your need to register in the parish.  There is a card online here that can be filled out, and turned into the office or sent as a pdf back to stelizabethofh@gmail.com

2.  Your name needs to match your name you are registered as a parishioner.  If you are unsure of this please contact Gail Hudgins at 214 331 4328 ext 222 or ghudgins4015@gmail.com

Click Here to read a letter to our parishioners from Father Mike about Online Giving.


St. Joseph Workers:

Help our parish by joining this parish organization that assists our maintenance staff with light repairs. If you might be interested please contact Pat Rodriquez at 214-317-6662 or prodriquez@brownfoundationrepair.com


little Rock Scripture Study

Studying the Book of Exodus,  Tuesday Nights in the Murray O’Conner Room in the Grahmann Bldg.

For more information contact Melba at addisonmelba@!yahoo.com


 

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Read the following and see why we should support our bulletin via ads that provide the bulletin for free

Call Trinity Publications at 1-800-633-1122

BE SURE TO SUPPORT THE PEOPLE AND BUSINESSES THAT ADVERTISE IN OUR BULLETIN!

THEY ARE A BLESSING TO US AT ST. ELIZABETH OF HUNGARY!

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More About My Catholic Faith

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The Pope Appoints a new Apostolic Nuncio to the United States

Archbishop Christophe Pierre, apostolic nuncio to Mexico since 2007, has been appointed the new apostolic nuncio to the United States. Archbishop Pierre is pictured celebrating a Mass for the families of missing students near Chilpancingo, Mexico, in this Dec. 22, 2014, file photo. (CNS photo/Jorge Dan Lopez, Reuters) See NUNCIO-APPOINTED-PIERRE April 12, 2016.

Archbishop Christophe Pierre, apostolic nuncio to Mexico since 2007, has been appointed the new apostolic nuncio to the United States. Archbishop Pierre is pictured celebrating a Mass for the families of missing students near Chilpancingo, Mexico, in this Dec. 22, 2014, file photo. (CNS photo/Jorge Dan Lopez, Reuters) See NUNCIO-APPOINTED-PIERRE April 12, 2016.

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Installation Mass of Bishop Deshotel

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The Lay Missionary Experience

 Pope Francis’ Prayer Intentions for April

 Vatican hosts conference on morality of regenerative medicine


Amoris Laetitia

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Bishop Farrell’s Text on Amoris Laetitia Click Here

 

 


The Pope Appeals for Prayers

 


ONLINE GIVING BUILDS A MORE VIBRANT PARISH!