St. Elizabeth Parish is a welcoming family of faith "Risen in Christ's love". We gather in worship to God; provide knowledge and sacraments for spiritual growth; serve the needs of others; and share the Good News for the glory of God!
Click the icon link (Vimeo or Facebook ) below to view Masses as they are live-streamed. Tuesday at 6pm, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday at 8:30am, Saturday at 5:30pm, and Sunday at 9:00am and 11:00am.
He Is Risen! Alleluia! Alleluia!!
Monday- No Mass
Tuesday- 6:00 pm
Wednesday- 8:30 am
Thursday- 8:30 am
Friday- 8:30 am
Saturday- 5:30 pm
Sunday- 9:00 am & 11:00 am
CONFESSIONS: By appointment ONLY. Call the office for more information.
Sacrament of Confession Information
Important information for you as we re-instate the Sacrament of Confession: to receive this sacrament, please call or email the parish office to ask for an appointment. Each appointment is 5 minutes, and will be face-to-face in Pastors' Hall. Schedule: Thursday 3-5 pm and Saturday 4-4:30 pm. Click here for A Guide for Making Your Confession During These Extraordinary Times.
(614) 891-0150 - office phone
(614) 891-0150 x110 - St. Vincent de Paul hotline
(614) 882-1782 - rectory phone (for after hours spiritual emergencies ONLY, not for St. Vincent de Paul calls.)
Contact us: [email protected]
- Father Antony Varghese, CFIC, Parish Administrator
- Father Jesse Chick, CFIC, In Residence
- Father Sudhakar Reddy, CFIC, In Residence
- Rev. Mr. Dean Racine, Deacon
- Mrs. Ginny Mack, Faith Formation Leader
- Mrs. Pamela Hamann, Director of Music
- Mr. Greg Januszewski, Bookkeeper
- Mr. Bob Brandenstein, Maintenance
- Mrs. Lisa Broberg, Maintenance
- Ms. Megan Hawkey, Secretary, Parish Office Support
- Mrs. Toni Ventresca, St. Vincent de Paul Conference President
Online Giving and Parish Support
Click on the icon which will redirect you to our secure site to make a one-time payment amount or reoccurring amount. Please follow the directions and register accordingly. If you have any questions or problems, please feel free to contact the parish office. Other ways to support St. Elizabeth Parish:
- Amazon Smile: https://smile.amazon.com/ch/31-0733310 A portion of your purchase will be sent to us.
- Gordon Food Service Store: mention St. Elizabeth Church at check out, and a portion of your purchase will be sent to us.
- Shaklee Nutritional Suppliments: Contact our coordinator, Amy Cotter at 614-307-5451, to get your free Healthprint Survey. Click here to visit the website. Get healthy and raise funds for St. Elizabeth Church!
A virtual book club on An Apostle of Charity, Blessed Luigi Maria Monti
Join a virtual book club on An Apostle of Charity, Blessed Luigi Maria Monti
You are invited to join a virtual book club on An Apostle of Charity, Blessed Luigi Maria Monti by Igino Giordani. The sessions begin in the season of Lent and continue until Pentecost. Start time is 8pm on Thursday evenings from February 18 through May 20, 2021, totaling 13 weekly sessions (excluding Holy Thursday). This presentation is a great way to introduce the Founder of the Congregation of the Sons of the Immaculate Conception, Blessed Luigi Maria Monti and his charismatic life in the 19th century to anyone who is interested. The sessions are led by Rev. Dr. James Chitteth CFIC from Toronto, Ontario.
This is the first-time opportunity to get to know CFIC and its founder, Blessed Luigi Maria Monti. The sessions will be held in the evening, once a week via Zoom meetings. You are invited to sign up through this link. https://cficnorthamericandelegation.com/virtual-book-club/
Vaccine Information from Ohio Bishops and Diocese of Columbus
Important information regarding the new COVID-19 vaccines:
January - April Ministry Schedules
Recent Letter from Ohio Bishops
March 26, 2021
Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,
Since the onset of the pandemic just a year ago, the Bishops of Ohio have worked together during this unprecedented time with the assistance of government and health professionals to lead and protect all those entrusted to our pastoral care. By the grace of God and the painstaking efforts by so many to follow Covid19 protocols, coupled with the expanding availability of vaccines, we are making progress in our fight against this deadly scourge. What a blessing it will be for us to be in person in our churches this year to celebrate the Paschal Mystery, culminating in the Resurrection of Jesus on Easter Sunday.
In our shared hope of eradicating this virus and encouraging ongoing return of the faithful to Holy Mass and the Sacraments each week, you are invited to continue to follow all the essential protocols of hand sanitizing, wearing masks and social distancing. These efforts are working to the point that we are in a much more hopeful place than we were even a few months ago.
At the same time, you are encouraged to receive a vaccine. To reiterate the teaching of the Church with regard to the vaccine options: if you have the opportunity to choose a vaccine, you should choose Pfizer or Moderna. While the Johnson & Johnson vaccine is made from cell lines originating from an aborted human fetus, it should be taken only if it is the only option available.
As we move toward herd immunity, notwithstanding a spike in the virus, it is our sincere hope that soon we can return to the regular celebration of Mass with full capacity in our churches, and thus lift the dispensation of the obligation to attend Sunday Mass. We are advised that parish festivals likely can take place this summer, preferably outdoors, following the necessary protocols. Nevertheless, we all need to remain vigilant.
We look forward with eager longing to when we can all be together around the altar of the Lord without any restrictions. In the meantime, let us continue to do all that we need to do to overcome the virus, and rely upon the guidance of government and health officials so that we can return to some sense of normal.
Have a blessed Holy Week!
Sincerely in Christ,
The Most Rev. Dennis M. Schnurr
Archdiocese of Cincinnati
The Most Rev. David J. Bonnar
Diocese of Youngstown
The Most Rev. Robert J. Brennan
Diocese of Columbus
The Most Rev. Daniel E. Thomas
Diocese of Toledo
The Most Rev. Bohdan J. Danylo
Ukrainian Catholic Eparchy of
St. Josaphat in Parma
The Most Rev. Edward C. Malesic
Diocese of Cleveland
The Most Rev. Jeffrey M. Monforton
Diocese of Steubenville
The Most Rev. John Michael Botean
St. George Byzantine Catholic Diocese
Survey - Diocese of Columbus
Disciple Maker Index Survey
St. Elizabeth Parish will be participating in the diocesan-wide Real Presence Real Future . The return of the Disciple Maker Index (DMI) Survey ended March 22nd. This nationally-recognized Survey has been administered at parishes around the United States and Canada since 2013. The results from our parish in this Survey will not only be used for informtion and planning for our own parish, but will also be included in the national results which track trends, growth, and Church-related opportunities nationwide.
The DMI Survey was developed by the Catholic Leadership Institute in conjunction with advising U.S. Bishops and Catholic lay leaders in 2013. The DMI Survey was created as a tool to help more Catholics to grow along their faith journey with Christ and to become more engaged in the community life of the parish. The DMI Survey seeks to provide parishioners an opportunity to reflect on their own spiritual growth as well as provide parish leadership with invaluable insights regarding a parish's strengths and opportunities.
Thank you to all who participated in this Survey, the results will provide meaningful input about our parish as we begin our own planning process as part of Real Presence Real Future. The information will give insight into our priorities, and into allocation and realignment of resources, over the next few years as our parish strives to more effectively help parishioners along their personal journey of faith.
Year of St. Joseph
With the Apostolic Letter "Patris Corde" (with a Father's Heart) Pope Francis recalls the 150th anniversary of the declaration of St. Joseph as the Patron of the Universal Church. To mark the occasion, the Holy Father has proclaimed a "Year of St. Joseph" from December 8, 2020 to December 8, 2021. Click here to learn more!