Weekly News: Let's go out for the evening....
The Saint Elizabeth parishioners who will be attending World Youth Day in Portugal are offering a Parents' Night Out as a fundraiser. Parents can enjoy an evening out on Saturday, December 10, from 5 pm to 9 pm, while their children, ages 3 through 12, are having fun at Saint Elizabeth.
The cost is $10 per hour per family. Payment can be made by cash or check and is due at the time the children are picked up.
Registration is limited and will be on a first-come basis. Click the link below to register.
If you would like to make a donation to support the pilgrims going to World Youth Day, please click on the donate button below or text
WORLD [$ amount]
to 260-217-4383. All donations will be distributed evenly amongst Saint Elizabeth parishioners attending World Youth Day. Any excess amount will go to help other pilgrims from the Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend.
Please email Maria at
with any questions.
Register for Parents' Night Out
Donate to World Youth Day Pilgrim Expenses
Back by popular demand, Saint Elizabeth is hosting its second WWME weekend on February 11 and 12. A WWME weekend includes a series of talks presented by three couples and a priest. You learn tools you can use to continue to enrich your marriage.
Reserve your spot now for a weekend of romance and spiritual connection. EVERY married couple and religious is invited to attend but capacity is limited. Apply now by clicking the link below.
Contact Rick and Julie at 260-255-9264 or
for more information.
Register for WWME weekend
Part-Time Paid Nursery Position
We are still looking for seasonal part-time paid help in the nursery. During Small Faith Communities meetings in February and March, three to ten hours are available. Occasional back up help to our regular nursery volunteers is also available. Please contact Carole Yaney at 260-432-0268, ext. 107, or
office if you have any questions.
Apply for Seasonal Part-Time Nursery Help
Inspiration: Saint Nicholas
December 6 is the feast day of Saint Nicholas. He lived in the fourth century and is the patron saint of children. Saint Nicholas was bishop of Myra (modern Turkey) and is best known for his charity. Many churches sprang up with his name in the eleventh century.
Nicholas is also the patron saint of Russia, Greece, Apulia, Sicily, and Lorraine, France. Let us pray for his intercession on behalf of the people who are impacted by the war in Ukraine.
Check out the video below to learn about some fun traditions you and your family can do to celebrate the feast of Saint Nicholas.
Jolly ole' Saint Nicholas, lean your ear this way and intercede on our behalf to our Lord and Savior, Friend and Brother, Jesus Christ, to bless all children, young and old, throughout the world, especially those impacted by the war in Ukraine. Amen.
November 30 Children's Christmas Choir Practice Begins (6 pm)
December 3 Christmas Craft Fair
Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary
(Holy day of Obligation)
December 13 Parish Advent Penance Service (6:30 pm)
December 17 Christmas Caroling (6 pm)
December 18 Christmas Caroling (1 pm)
December 21 Catholicism 201 (7 pm)
December 22 Adult and Children's Christmas Concert
January 6 Christmas Caroling (6 pm)
Eucharistic Formation Day with Bishop Rhoades
Worldwide Marriage Encounter
Do you have a special prayer request that we can pray for with you? If so, you can reply to this email or click below.
on Wednesday, November 30, 2022 at 2:00PM