We, the parishioners of St. Elizabeth are committed to be a welcoming community, to work collaboratively, to follow and live according to the teaching of the Catholic Church founded in the mission and ministry of Jesus Christ.
Welcome To St. Elizabeth's Website
The website is created for easy navigation and is compatible with new devices like smart phones and tablets.
Our "Home" page provides a quick overview of what's happening in our Parish without requiring you to "dig" for our most current information.
Our Mass Schedule for the upcoming 7 days is now available on every page of our website.
Parish events have been organized into our new Events Calendar.
To comply with the SHELTER IN PLACE ORDER for San Francisco, CA - there will be no Masses and no Parish activities until further notice.
There is a new web page called "COVID-19 SPIRITUAL RESOURCES" that can be found by hovering over the "NEWS AND EVENTS" section. This page contains further information regarding live streaming events such as daily Masses, the Rosary, Holy week and a number of other virtual celebrations and spiritual gatherings like Divine Mercy Sunday.
May 21, 2020
The Ascension of the Lord is observed on Sunday, June 2, 2019
This is "for our Metropolitan Province as approved by the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops and confirmed by the Congregation for Bishops."
May 19, 2020
Thank you, Joellyn!!!
Today was Joellyn's last day in the office. She has served the St. Elizabeth Parish for over 30 years! We want to thank her for all her wonderful contributions to the community and wish her the best of everything as she begins her new journey and enjoys the fruits of her labor of love through retirement. Wishing you well, Joellyn - you'll be missed!
April 27, 2020
Pope's prayers to recite at the end of the rosary
The Vatican has released 2 prayers written by Pope Francis, for the end of the COVID-19 pandemic. He is asking people to recite the rosary and pray these prayers afterward. Please visit the following link for these prayers.
April 26, 2020
San Francisco Catholic Engaged Encounter Weekend Retreat UPDATE
May 17-18, 2020 - cancelled
June 27-28 and Sept. 26-27 - future dates
Please register online to participate via SFCEE.org.
April 24, 2020
Email Scam Purportedly from the Archbishop
The Archdiocese of SF warns that there is an email circulating from an individual masquerading as the Archbishop of SF. In the email, they are asking for gift cards to be sent and donated. Do not engage, nor respond to such requests. Official messages from the Archdiocese and the Archbishop can be found directly on their website: sfarchdiocese.org.
April 15, 2020
April 19 is the Sunday of Divine Mercy - 2nd Sunday of Easter
Take part in the Novena by visiting The Centre for Divine Mercy website which includes the 9 day Novena and live stream masses.
April 12, 2020
The Lord has risen, let us rejoice! Have a blessed Easter season.
Please visit our Pastor's Blog section for an Easter message from Father Charito Suan.
April 8, 2020
A Special Gift for you, brought to you by Formed :
Click on the link to celebrate the Easter Triduum by taking a Spiritual Journey to the Holy Land. https://watch.formed.org/videos/triduum
April 1, 2020
Watch Live-Stream events from the Cathedral by visiting the following link: sfarch.org/livestreams
Monday through Friday: 7:30 am and 12:10 pm
Saturday 8:00 am and 5:30 pm
Sunday 7:30, 9:00, and 11:00 am; Spanish Mass at 1:00 pm.
March 30, 2020
Offertory 2020 During COVID-19 Closure - for more details, please visit the Pastor's Blog section for a message from our Pastor, Fr. Suan
"Donations can be done online by visiting the San Francisco Archdiocese web site: https://sfarchdiocese.org/lifeline - (select St. Elizabeth Parish under “designation”).
You can also mail them to the Parish Office or drop them into the mail slot, also at the Parish Office."
March 17, 2020
From Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone
"...For the time being, and until further notice, there will be no public celebration of Mass.
Since the celebration of Mass in public is not available, the faithful are not bound by the obligation of Sunday Mass attendance. To be more precise: to “keep the Lord’s Day holy” is the precept of the third Commandment of the Decalogue, direct from God, to which we are always bound and can never be dispensed; however, at this time, our people are excused from keeping the Lord’s Day holy by attending Sunday Mass. This means that our people must keep the Lord’s Day holy in other ways, at home."
Daily Mass is broadcast every day at 9:00 am through EWTN (Eternal Word Television Network) on channels 30, 229, 370, or 1668. (Cable or Direct TV) The channel also broadcasts rosaries from Lourdes, France as well as other meditations throughout the day.
Sunday Mass is broadcast at 6:00 am on Channels 8, 20 (Comcast) and KTSF 26.