St. Elizabeth of Hungary
Catholic Church, 603 E. Fifth St., Alice, TX
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St. Elizabeth of Hungary, our Patron Saint
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Refurbishing - Reguilding
St. Elizabeth Annual Country Picnic
Christmas Midnight Mass 2012
Parent Teacher Organization (PTO)
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Liturgy & Sacraments
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Anointing of the Sick
Lenten Mission 2016
Religious Education - CCD
Becoming Catholic (RCIA)
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Feast Day Mass/Celebrations
Easter Vigil 2012
Knights of Columbus
CDA Court 2584
Natural Family Planning
St Elizabeth Work of Mercy
News & Events
2016 Easter Vigil lighting of the Easter Candle
Bulletins/Discover Mass Bulletins
Thursday of the Twenty-ninth Week in Ordinary Time
Ps 33:1-2, 4-5, 11-12, 18-19
Pope sends telegram to conference on women
(Vatican Radio) Pope Francis sent a telegram on Thursday to the Archbishop of Bari, Francesco Cacucci, where a conference organized in the Italian port city of Bari on the lives of women in the...
Pope Francis to Augustinian Recollects: renewal in continuity
(Vatican Radio) Pope Francis received the participants in the 55 th General Chapter of the Order of Augustinian Recollects on Thursday in the Vatican. The Augustinian Recollects trace their origins...
Pope: Catechism is not enough to know Jesus, we need prayer
(Vatican Radio) Pope Francis said the catechism on its own is not sufficient to truly know Jesus and we need prayer, worship and to recognize ourselves as sinners. His words came during his morning...
Pope Francis meets with the President of Burkina Faso
(Vatican Radio) Pope Francis on Thursday received the President of Burkina Faso, Roch Marc Christian Kaboré, who subsequently met with the Cardinal Secretary of State, Pietro Parolin,...
Card. Turkson calls for new economy that respects the human person
(Vatican Radio) Cardinal Peter Turkson , President of the Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace , called on Monday for a financial system and a global economy that respects the human person....
National Catholic Register
The Liberation of Mosul: Christian Hopes and Fears
By Edward Pentin | The liberation of Mosul and its surrounding villages from the grip of the Islamic State group (ISIS) is offering hope for Iraqi Christians and other religious minorities in the...
Our Choices End Where Another’s More Fundamental Rights Begin
By Archbishop Joseph F. Naumann | Though he has local roots in the Kansas City area, I have never met vice-presidential candidate Sen. Tim Kaine. From those who do know him, I understand that he is a
Has the Al Smith Dinner Ceased to Be a Worthwhile Event for the Catholic Church?
By Thomas McArdle | Since 1945, the annual Alfred E. Smith Memorial Foundation Dinner at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel has been a potent election-year symbol of Catholic political clout in United States,
Trump vs. Clinton III — A Shift in Focus
By Matthew Bunson | The third and final presidential debate of the 2016 election brought much of the same rhetoric and nasty tone that has characterized the previous two depressing encounters between
The Unsinkable Molly Brown
By Marge Fenelon | All these years, I never knew that the Unsinkable Molly Brown was a real person. Nor did I know that she was a Catholic or that she was instrumental in the building of Denver’s...
Word on Fire
2016 - Reflections for the 4th week of Easter
Reflections of the Most Holy Trinity
June 5, 2016 - Reflection on the Holy Eucharist
Catholic News Service
The beauty of Grand Teton National Park is 'it belongs to the people'
IMAGE: CNS/Nancy Wiechec By Nancy Wiechec MOOSE, Wyo. (CNS) -- Shirley Craighead knows a thing or two about grizzly bears. She and the bears live in the same place. "I live here and love...
Heavy damage makes assessment tough after Haima slams Philippines
IMAGE: CNS photo/Erik De Castro, Reuters By Alastair Wanklyn TOKYO (CNS) -- Heavy damage was reported to homes and farm land in the northern Philippines Oct. 20 after the strongest storm in three...
Ecumenical papal trip: Touching the Christian heart of secular Sweden
IMAGE: CNS/Reuters By Cindy Wooden VATICAN CITY (CNS) -- Pope Francis' recent insistence on "walking ecumenism," the notion that Christians will draw closer to each other as they work...
Tennessee Catholic parish gets energy from nearby national park
IMAGE: CNS photo/Chaz Muth By Chaz Muth GATLINBURG, Tenn. (CNS) -- When Huntsville, Alabama, resident Patrick Eads prepared to take his family on a trip to the Great Smoky Mountain National Park last
In Turkey, Iraqi Christians waiting for resettlement live in limbo
IMAGE: CNS/Oscar Durand By Oscar Durand ISTANBUL (CNS) -- Yako Hanna, 36, always keeps an eye on his phone waiting for a call that would change his life. "Anytime it rings, you think it is the U.