Welcome to Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish!  Elizabeth was the first native-born American citizen to be canonized a saint and was a convert to the Catholic faith.  What led her to the Church? She writes that it was first the welcome that she received from Catholics during the difficult time of her husband’s illness and death.  She was welcomed and loved by people who truly lived what their faith taught about welcoming the stranger and caring for those in need.  This welcome led her more deeply into her own Christian faith and eventually helped her discover the joys and treasures of faith in the Catholic Church. Elizabeth put into practice that same welcome that she experienced and would live the rest of her life in service to others.  We pray for her intercession that we, too, might live that same spirit of welcome and service.  So thank you for visiting us here at Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish in Columbia Station, Ohio. Please know that you are always welcome here!

Fr. Ed Holland, Pastor


Greetings from Deacon Bob Sabol!

God gives us so many wonderful things. The joy and the challenge that each day brings. The song of the meadowlark, the kiss of the sun, the rich satisfaction of a job well done. The beauty of nature, the wisdom of years, the blessings of friendship that brighten and cheers. The warmth of remembrance, the comfort of prayers, and the dearest of blessings His own loving care.

We celebrate these gifts and more every day at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish. Join us when you are in the neighborhood. Tell them the Deacon sent you!

        Gift Card Fundraiser

 Purchase gift cards for your weekly necessities such as gas and groceries or use them as a gift for someone else. We have a large selection of cards for most retail stores, restaurants, and gas stations. Our parish sells the cards at face value but makes a percentage on each sale! This is a great way to help SEAS financially at no additional cost to you!


Click here for the gift card order form. 




Matt Lawler is coming to our parish to be involved in some of the ministries here at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton while he is preparing to become a permanent deacon. Please welcome him. Hello, my name is Matt Lawler. I am in my fourth and final year of formation as a Permanent Deacon for the Diocese of Cleveland. I live in Strongsville and have been a member of St. Joseph parish since 1996. I’m a single parent with three children. Two of my three children: Rachel (23) and Kevin (20), live at home. Rachel is a nurse at Fairview Hospital and Kevin is starting his 2nd year at John Carroll. My oldest, Ryan (25), I am thankful to be employed full time at a consulting engineering firm downtown. My degree is in Civil Engineering and my specialty is in Bridge design and inspection. I’ve enjoyed working in this field for more than 30-years. I grew up nearby in North Royalton along with my three siblings where I attended St. Albert’s grade school and North Royalton High School. I am blessed to be assigned to St. Elizabeth Ann Setons during this school year. Here I will try to be involved in several different ministries (mindful of COVID restrictions) while taking classes part-time and working my day job. Over the next eight months, I hope to get to meet many of you.









Pope Francis has named Bishop-designate Edward Malesic as the 12th Bishop of the Cleveland Diocese. He will be installed on September 14th.

Welcome to Cleveland Bishop Malesic!


Please remember that you must wear a face mask  that covers both your nose and mouth while in the building, use hand sanitizer, and observe social distance of six feet. Thank you for helping to keep us all safe.



Amazon Smile


Our parish is now registered with AmazonSmile. When you shop on Amazon use our unique charity link and go directly to our page. Amazon will donate .5% of your eligible purchases to St. Elizabeth Ann Seton at no cost to you!

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We, the Christian community of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, gather together to:     
walk with the Lord
    ♦reach out to others                              
    ♦develop spiritually
    ♦celebrate together as family.

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Monday - Communion Service 8:30 am
Tuesday - 7:00 pm
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday  8:30 am
Saturday Vigil - 5:00 pm
Sunday - 8:00 and 11:00 am

Holy Day Vigil - 7:00 pm
Holy Day - 8:30 am / 7:00 pm


Saturdays 4:00 to 4:30 pm
or by appointment




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