We welcome you to the heartfelt parish community of St. Elizabeth Seton!
NEW TO THE PARISH?
Many people join our parish community after being a visitor, others are new to the Orland/Tinley area, some are seeking faith formation education for themselves or their children. People of all ages come to us with a sacramental need such as marriage or baptism. Wherever you are in your spiritual journey, St. Elizabeth Seton Church has a place for you. We are happy to meet you and invite you to introduce yourself to our pastoral staff or parish office. For further questions, call the parish office at 708-403-0101.
To register for the parish PLEASE DOWNLOAD THE PARISH REGISTRATION FORM HERE. Once your form is completed, simply drop it off at the parish office, fax it to the parish at 708-403-0105 or mail your form to St. Elizabeth Seton Church, 9300 W. 167th St., Orland Hills, IL 60487.
All new parishioners are invited to be active in the life and mission of the parish. To obtain a brochure, with a list of Mass times, parish contact information, parish ministries, clubs, and programs, PLEASE DOWNLOAD THE WELCOME BROCHURE HERE.
NEW TO THE FAITH?
All are welcome here. If you are starting to explore the Catholic faith or are deciding to become a Catholic, we invite you to begin your journey with us. Full initiation into the Catholic Church is constituted by participation in the three Sacraments of Initiation: Baptism, Confirmation, and Eucharist. The process for reception of these Sacraments is the Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults (RCIA). If you would like to talk to a member of our pastoral staff, please call the parish office at 708-403-0101.
Recently over a half million people have come home. You can too!
WE ARE FAMILY. WELCOME HOME. Studies have shown that people who pray regularly and practice their Christian faith are healthier and happier. Experienced a positive difference in your life and family by visiting your parish, and encountering Jesus through the Sacraments. Do it for your kids. Do it for yourself. Welcome home.
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