Due to the SHELTER IN PLACE ORDER, supported by the Archdiocese of San Francisco:
There will be NO MASSES, NO CONFESSION, NO PARISH ACTIVITIES until further notice.
PLEASE CHECK OUR NEW WEBPAGE "COVID-19 SPIRITUAL RESOURCES" UNDER "NEWS AND EVENTS" FOR FURTHER INFORMATION REGARDING LIVE-STREAMING MASSES, ROSARIES, ETC.
Blessed Palms will be distributed to our parishioners AFTER the Shelter in Place orders have been lifted.
Watch Live-Stream events from the Cathedral during Palm Sunday and Holy Week. Click on the link sfarch.org/livestreams
Click on the link for the Litany of the Sacred Heart for Good Friday
THE FOLLOWING HOLY WEEK LITURGIES ARE LIVE-STREAMING FROM THE CATHEDRAL:
M-W regular daily Mass schedule, 7:30 am (Archbishop), 12:10 pm
HOLY THURSDAY April 9
Chrism Mass 10:00 am (Archbishop)
Mass of the Lord's Supper 7:30 pm (Archbishop)
GOOD FRIDAY April 10
Good Friday Liturgy 3:00 pm (Archbishop presiding; Fr. Albano, homilist)
Stations of the Cross 7:00 pm (Fr. Albano)
HOLY SATURDAY April 11
Great Vigil of Easter 9:00 pm (Archbishop)
EASTER SUNDAY April 12
7:30 am, 9:00 am, 11:00 am (Archbishop), and 1:00 pm (Spanish)
A Message to the People of God Concerning the Coronovirus Epidemic From Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone
March 17, 2020
"...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.
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 The New St. Elizabeth Website.
Our new website is easy to use 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.