Lord's Day Mass

Saturday: 5:15 PM
Sunday: 8:30 AM & 10:30 AM

Daily Mass

Tuesday-Friday 8:00 AM

Faith on Tap - October 24

On Monday, October 24 at 8:30pm in the church basement, we will have a discussion on Marian Apparitions.  Fr. Keith will lead a discussion on what an apparition is and how it is evaluated by the Church and also a quick review of some of the apparitions that have been approved by the Church.  Everyone between the ages of 21 and 35 are welcome to attend this discussion.

It's Never Too Late To Join CYO!!

All high school students are welcome at any Sunday meeting. You can text Renee at 201-2407 to get on our reminder list. CYO will meet next on Sunday, October 23rd from 6:00 to 7:30 in the basement of St. Mary’s parish hall

Building For The Future of St. Elizabeth's Parish

The St. Elizabeth Building Committee has selected DMA Architects, PA to assist the parish with developing a five-year master plan for the parish facilities.  The master plan will be used to determine facility improvement need, which if implemented, will improve the ability to parish to serve the parishioners of St. Elizabeth’s and beyond.  More information will be available as the planning meeting are held this fall, with the goal of having the master plan completed during the spring of 2017.  If you have any suggestions about how to improve our parish facilities, please contact Fr. Keith at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Class on Things in a Catholic Church

Have you wondered what are some of the things you will find in Catholic Churches?  For instance, What is an altar stone?  What are the relics around the altar at St. Peter's in Rome?  What is a Holy Door?  How do you know if you are standing inside a basilica? What is the origin of having stained glass windows in a church?  Come and find out!  Fr. Keith will teach this one night class on Thursday, October 27 from 7:00-8:00pm in the parish hall.  Everyone of high school age and older is welcome to attend this Adult Education Class.

Class on How to Live a Christian Life in an Un-Christian World

- In the bible, the best summary of Jesus teachings are the beatitudes.  We will spend on hour focusing on how to do we live the beatitudes in our daily lives.  This will be a great reflection as we prepare for Advent.   Fr. Keith will teach this one night class on Thursday, November 3rd from 7:00-8:00pm in our parish hall.  Everyone of high school age and older is welcome to attend this Adult Education Class.

College Student Bible Study - Nov 7

College Student Bible Study - Due to the great discussion at our last meeting, we will be continuing to discuss the Just War Theory at our next meeting as well.  Our next meeting will be Monday, November 7 at 7:00pm in the Library Conference Room at K-State Salina Polytechnic Campus.  Fr. Keith leads these discussions.   All college age students are welcome to attend these bible studies.

Stewardship Renewal

September was Stewardship Renewal Month for St. Elizabeth's!  We ran the Stewardship Forms in the bulletin on the weekend of September 25. If you have not yet turned in your forms, please take a moment to print these off below.  These are meant to help all of us reflect on how we can share our time, talents, and treasure with the St. Elizabeth's faith community. Please take the time to pray about what God is calling you to do for and with our parish.  The Stewardship Forms are also also available here.
pdf Stewardship Of Time (258 KB)
pdf Stewardship of Talent (331 KB)
pdf Stewardship of Treasure (284 KB)


A Good Spiritual Book to Read

As you know, Pope Francis has called us to a Year of Mercy... We all need mercy at different times in our lives and we all have an obligation to give our mercy to others. It is central to living the life God calls us to. Our Parish Life Commission and Women’s Group have made it possible to purchase 500 copies of the book Beautiful Mercy by twenty-four incredible authors, (including Pope Francis) who witness to the power of God’s mercy, provide simple practical tips on how to be an instrument of that mercy, and bring hope to anyone searching for deeper meaning in life. By focusing on the seven spiritual and seven corporal works of mercy, Beautiful Mercy provides an encounter with the heart of God. St. Elizabeth’s parish invites you to rediscover God’s unconditional love so you can share it with others now and always. Please pick up your copy of Beautiful Mercy in the mezzanine area following Masses beginning Easter weekend. God Bless You!

Online Giving

St. Elizabeth’s now has ONLINE GIVING!

Enjoy  Added Convenience!

We would like to take this opportunity to say thank you for your support. Because of your financial support and generosity, you have planted the seeds that will enable St. Elizabeth’s to continue to grow and strengthen our Catholic Community.

Give Now



Dillons Community Rewards has once again allocated $2 million in 2016 to assist local non-profits. As a reminder, supporters must visit the dillons.com website to re-enroll in the program each year for purchases throughout 2016 to give credit to their chosen non-profit. You can choose to support St. Elizabeth’s or Salina CYO  or other charities in the Dillons Community Rewards Program.  You must  ENROLL or RE-ENROLL your Plus Shoppers Cards to participate. To enroll your Plus Shoppers Card visit www.dillons.com and create an account, if you don’t already have one.  After you have created an account you can click “Enroll” at the bottom of the screen to link your Plus Shoppers Card.
For  St. Elizabeth’s USE #10408   or 
For Salina CYO USE #38788  
in the search box to find your chosen organization.  Every qualifying purchase that you make using your Plus Shoppers Card will then benefit St. Elizabeth’s or Salina CYO!
Please contact the parish office if you need further assistance. 825-5282 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Educational Videos On Web Site

Many Classes are recorded and linked to our web site.  If you would like to watch any of these educational videos, please click on Religious Education, then click on Adult Faith Formation.

Safe Environment Training

All those who minister to children or young people are to be educated about the nature of child sexual abuse, how it is perpetrated, how to report it, and strategies for prevention.  The Diocese of Salina has implemented a training program by the name of “VIRTUS”.  VIRTUS is a national program, widely in use in dioceses throughout the United States. It is a web-based on-line training program that specializes in helping churches and religious organizations create safe environments for children and youth.  The program is mandatory for all adults [employees or volunteers] who interact on a regular basis with children in the Salina Diocese. To learn more or begin training, CLICK HERE.

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