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The Dispensation for the Obligation to Attend Mass
has been extended through Sunday, August 30, 2020.
Read the decree from Bishop Thomas.

Mass Reservations

Beginning at 9:00 a.m. on Monday, July 6 we will start taking Mass reservations for the 4:00 p.m. Vigil Mass on Saturday, July 11, the Sunday Masses on July 12, and the weekday Masses for the week of July 13. To make a Mass reservation, please call the parish office at 702-228-8311 and follow the prompts to leave a message and your call will be returned in the order it was received. Leaving a message does not guarantee a reservation. Reservations will only be confirmed by speaking to a parish staff member when your call is returned. Thank you for your cooperation.

Learn more about Mass reservations and the Phase 2 gradual reopening of our parish in the CORONAVIRUS UPDATES BELOW.

Read the Latest News from the Diocese of Las Vegas

Bishop Thomas extends the Dispensation of the Obligation to Attend Mass through August 30, 2020. Read the decree.

Read Bishop Thomas' Pastoral Letter on Racism

Bishop Thomas extends the Dispensation of the Obligation to Attend Mass  through July 5, 2020. Read the decree.

Bishop Thomas' Statement on the Killing of George Floyd

Coronavirus Updates from the Diocese of Las Vegas 

View recorded Mass for
The Fourteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time, July 5,
with Bishop George Leo Thomas here.
Link will be activated after
2:30 p.m. on Saturday, June 27.

Fr. Jim's video announcements for Sunday, July 5, 2020

We’re Looking for NEW Parish Pastoral Council Members

SEAS Parish Pastoral Council Application

What is it? SEAS’ Parish Pastoral Council is a consultative body acting in an advisory capacity to our Pastor, while contributing to the shaping and guiding of the mission of our Parish. Monthly meetings are held at least nine (9) times a year, usually on the second Wednesday of the month at 5:30 p.m.


Who are we looking for? We’re looking for three (3) prospective members who are at least 18 years old, fully initiated and faithfully practicing Roman Catholics who are registered as parish members. They’re also currently active in some area of parish life and are contributing members, supportive of our parish family.


Serving on the Pastoral Council is a special ministry to the Parish requiring an understanding of and commitment to the Church in accordance with and full support of the Second Vatican Council.


What’s the process? We use the discernment process. All those interested fill out an Interest Application by Friday, July 17th, and then are interviewed by a 3-member Discernment Committee of the Pastoral Council. After the interviews are completed, the Discernment Committee makes their report to the Pastor who chooses the new members based on their recommendations.


How long is a term? Discerned members serve a two-year term with the possibility of renewal for one additional two-year term. After that, a person will step away from the Pastoral Council for one year before being able to apply again.


How do I get an application form? Download the application here, or call Rosie Arellano at 702-804-8312 to obtain one through the mail. Applications are due in the Parish Office no later than Friday, July 17th.


Thanks so much for your consideration!



Live-streaming of our weekday and weekend Mass schedule will continue until further notice.
Please tune in at the following times:

 8:00 a.m. daily Mass Monday through Saturday


Saturday Vigil at 4:00 p.m.

Sunday Mass Times:

6:30 a.m., 8:00 a.m., 10:00 a.m., Noon,

4:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m.

First Holy Communion Masses

Monday through Friday from July 6 through July 31

6:00 p.m.


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Church You Tube channel: St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Roman Catholic Church - Las Vegas. Once there, you can click on LIVE to view in
real-time, or you can watch previously recorded events. 
Please note:  The option to view LIVE streaming will only appear while live streaming is in progress; otherwise, the only option that will appear is to view previously recorded events. All previously live-streamed events are saved on our YouTube channel.

 St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Roman Catholic Church

Phase 2 - Reopening for Mass ONLY

Information and Guidelines

as of May 29, 2020

(all other areas of the parish campus will remain closed to the public at this time, including the parish offices, Mater Dei Chapel, Kairos Gift Shop and Outreach Ministry and Food Pantry)

While the church is closed, phone calls to the parish office (702-228-8311) and emails to will be answered in a timely manner. Live-streaming of Masses and services can be viewed here at our website. Please scroll down to see our live stream schedule.

As we enter the beginning of Phase 2 of our reopening process, please remember that Bishop Thomas’ Dispensation for attending Sunday Mass is still in effect until further notice. We encourage the elderly, those in a vulnerable position with health concerns, or those still not comfortable with public gatherings to continue participating in

live-streamed Masses from your home.

If you would like to join us for Mass and to receive Communion, we have specific guidelines and protocols that all must follow. If you are unwilling or unable to cooperate with these guidelines, we ask that you please stay at home and participate online.

While we are happy to begin this Phase 2 initial process to opening up our church, please remember that the limitations and guidelines are in place because we care about the safety and health of all who come through our doors.

Those limitations only allow a total of 50 persons in our worship space per Mass. During Phase 2 our parish offices, gift shop, outreach, and meeting rooms will remain closed to the public.

Due to the current Phase 2 limitations of only 50 people which includes all ministers as well, we will take Mass attendance reservations by phone at 702-228-8311 for one Sunday Mass and one Weekday Mass per household each week beginning on the Monday before the following weekend. Our phone systems are not like those of large corporations, so we ask you to please be patient and charitable as we do our best to respond to your calls. We will continue to follow our current schedule of Masses unless this needs to be adjusted in the future.

A new reservation must be made for each week, one week at a time during this Phase 2. Reservations can only be made by speaking to one of our staff members over the phone at 702-228-8311 during regular office hours and will be made on a first-call, first-served basis. Voicemails will be returned as soon as possible to discuss possible reservations. Due to the limitations, voicemails cannot be used to make a reservation. Remember, due to our attendance restrictions during Phase 2, only those who have made prior confirmed phone reservations will be admitted. We will not be able to admit any

walk-ins during Phase 2.

Before making a reservation, everyone must agree to the following requirements:

  • Since we will continue to live-stream Masses during Phase 2, everyone who attends a live-streamed Mass gives their consent to be filmed and recorded for the live stream presentation and subsequent use on social media platforms.

    • All participants over the age of 10 are required to wear face coverings or masks while on parish property. Parents of children under the age of 10 are to use their discretion for the use of masks for their minor children under 10.

      • No one will be admitted until the doors are open, fifteen minutes prior to your reserved Mass time. Please remember we need time before and after every Mass to disinfect our building.

        • Social distancing must always be observed while waiting to check-in.

          • Everyone will have their temperature screened when they check-in.

            • All participants must use hand sanitizer, either your own or that provided by the church, before entering the worship space.
              • Collection baskets will be placed near the entrance to the worship space for your continued support. Please have your donation ready. There will be no collection during the Mass.

                • There will continue to be no holy water as you enter or exit the church.

                  • Everyone will be directed by one of our hospitality ministers to an available seat, arranged to honor social distancing protocols. Please do not ask for any special seating selections. Every other pew will remain empty.

                    • There will be no Sign of Peace.

                      • Communion will be offered as usual with strict adherence to social distance guidelines. Your face covering must remain in place until after you say Amen. Then you may remove your mask. For your safety, Communion will be distributed in the hand.

                        • At the end of Mass, please remain in your pew until you are directed to leave by our hospitality ministers. Please follow the marked route for exiting the building.

                          • We ask all attendees to go directly to their vehicles after Mass and avoid congregating anywhere on the parish property.

                            Thank you for your cooperation and understanding, and most of all, for your kind and affirming thoughts and prayers during these difficult times. May God bless you for your goodness!


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                            Students, parents and faculty throughout Nevada now have access to SafeVoice, an anonymous reporting system used to report threats to the safety or well-being of students. SafeVoice was established by the Nevada Department of Education under SB 212 in 2017 to protect student wellness, prevent violence and save lives. In partnership with the Nevada Department of Public Safety, the SafeVoice program provides students a safe place to submit tips concerning their own safety or that of others. A fully trained professional team of experts responds in an appropriate manner 24/7/365. Tips always stay anonymous. Learn more at


                            St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic School is fully accredited by the Western Catholic Educational Association (WCEA). Having completed our most recent WCEA school visit on March 7, 2018, we wish to share our "Report of Findings" with the entire parish and school community.

                            Click here to view the report.

                            Areas assessed include: involvement of shareholders, use of prior accreditation findings, assessment of the school’s Catholic identity, defining the school’s purpose, data analysis and use, acceptable progress by all students, curriculum and instruction, support for student spiritual and academic growth, resource management and development, and the capacity to implement and monitor an action plan.

                            At St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, we believe that continuing evaluation and improvement of the curriculum is essential to the development of an effective educational program that promotes a lifelong love of learning. The accreditation process is more than a stamp of approval or quality assurance. It is a collaborative results-oriented school improvement process that serves as the underpinning of an effective school.

                            Mission Statement

                            We, the community of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Roman Catholic Church, are dedicated to continuing the mission of Christ by proclaiming the word of God, celebrating the sacraments, and exercising the ministry of charity. We strive to respond to the Lord’s call of discipleship by nurturing a sense of belonging among parishioners and providing opportunities for living out the Gospel while joyfully embracing life and spiritual transformation. This commitment is our baptismal call and manifest in worship, education, evangelization, stewardship, fellowship, and service as we desire to do God’s will under the guidance of the Holy Spirit, our patron saint, St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, and the teaching office of the Catholic Church.

                            Sacrament of Baptism 
                            Baptisms for infants and children up to 7 years of age are celebrated on Sundays either during Mass or at 1:45pm. Parents and Godparents should attend the baptism class on the first Tuesday of the month at 6:30 pm in the Church.
                            Sacrament of Matrimony 
                            A 6 month minimum time period is needed to complete the preparation required for the Sacrament of Matrimony. For more information, contact Pastoral Associate Helen Silva at or 702-826-3347.
                            Sacrament of Anointing of the Sick 
                            Call the parish office at any time if you need to receive the anointing of the sick. In case of hospitalization, let the hospital staff know that you would like to have one of the Catholic priest chaplains see you.
                            Holy Communion to the Sick 
                            If you are homebound, please call Tom & Patti at 702-586-8093 and an Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion will visit you. In case of hospitalization, inform the hospital staff that you are Catholic and would like to receive Communion.
                            Mass Intentions may be requested by visiting the parish during office hours. The person requesting the intention may ask for a card that can be sent to notify a person that a Mass intention has been requested. The priest silently remembers the intention requested as he celebrates the Eucharist.

                            In the event of a death of a loved one, please contact the Funeral Ministry at 702-403-8416 BEFORE making arrangements with any of the professional services. Pre-planning is available.
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                            ANOINTING OF THE SICK
                            Call the parish office at 702-228-8311 if you need to receive the Sacrament of Anointing of the Sick at home or in a hospital.  For assistance after hours or on Sundays, call the answering service at 702-388-9571.  A priest will be notified and will contact you directly.  The sacrament is also offered communally within the Mass.  Watch the bulletin for upcoming Anointing of the Sick Masses, scheduled on a quarterly basis.

                            DEATH OF A LOVED ONE
                            In the event of the death of a loved one, contact the SEAS Funeral Ministry at 702-403-8416 BEFORE making arrangements with any of the professional services. Pre-planning is also available.

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