Matthew 11:28

Come to Me, all of you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest.

Mass Schedule

  • Weekend Mass

    Saturday
    5:00 pm
    Sunday
    7:30 am • 9:30 am • 11:30 am
    First Saturday
    8:30 am
    Rosary after Mass in honor of Our Lady of Fatima. Rosaries with a guide booklet are available for free in the narthex.
    • First Saturday Devotion
  • Weekdays (Mon-Fri)

    Rosary
    8:10 am
    Daily Mass
    8:30 am
    Divine Mercy Chaplet
    9:10 am
  • Holy Days

    Eve of Holy Day
    7:30 pm
    Holy Day
    8:30 am • 7:30 pm
    Aug 15 Wed
    Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary
    Nov 1 Thu
    All Saint's Day
    Dec 8 Sat
    Feast of the Immaculate Conception
    Dec 25 Tue
    Christmas
  • Confession

    Every Saturday
    from 3 - 4 pm or by appointment.
    A Guide for Confession
    The Power of Confession
    Be ashamed when you sin, not when you repent. ~St. John Chrysostom
  • Adoration

    24 hour Adoration every First Friday follows after the 8:30 am Mass.
    All other Fridays, Adoration follows after the 8:30 am Mass and ends in Benediction at 4 pm.
    Learn more about Adoration
    On days when Adoration is not available, we invite you to visit the tabernacle at the Blessed Sacrament Chapel (beside the Adoration Chapel)
    Mon - Fri 8 am - 4 pm
    Sat 3 pm - 6 pm
    First Sat 8 am - 10 am
    3 pm - 6 pm
    Sun 7:30 am - 12:30 pm
  • Directions

    760.438.3393
    6628 Santa Isabel
    Carlsbad, CA 92009
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Daily Reflection

• Read the Catechism in a year receive one email a day from Monday to Friday.
  • All of Life Is Beautiful
    by Charles Camosy on April 25, 2018 at 9:00 am

    It is a source of hope that Pope Francis has taken the name of the Christian saint most associated with concern for nonhuman animals. In addition to emphasizing the need to protect “all of God’s creatures” in his very first homily, Francis once broke protocol by insisting that the canine helper of a sight-impaired journalist be […]

• Saint of the Day
  • Saint Mark

    Image: Saint Mark the Evangelist | Jean BourdichonSaint Mark Saint of the Day for April 25 (? – c. April 25, 68) https://www.franciscanmedia.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/SODApr25.mp3  Saint Mark’s Story Most of what we know about Mark comes directly from the New Testament. He is usually identified with the Mark of Acts 12:12. When Saint Peter escaped from prison, he went to the home of Mark’s mother. Paul and Barnabas took him along on the first missionary journey, but for some reason Mark returned alone to Jerusalem. It is evident, from Paul’s refusal to let Mark accompany him on the second journey despite Barnabas’s insistence, that Mark had displeased Paul. Because Paul later asks Mark to visit him in prison, we may assume the trouble did not last long. The oldest and the shortest of the four Gospels, the Gospel of Mark emphasizes Jesus’s rejection by humanity while being God’s triumphant envoy. Probably written for gentile converts […]

• Daily Reading from USCCB
  • Feast of Saint Mark, evangelist
    on April 25, 2018 at 9:30 am

    Reading 1 1 Pt 5:5b-14 Beloved: Clothe yourselves with humilityin your dealings with one another, for:God opposes the proudbut bestows favor on the humble.So humble yourselves under the mighty hand of God,that he may exalt you in due time.Cast all your worries upon him because he cares for you.Be […]

• Read the Bible in a Year
  • April 25 (day 116 of 365)
    on April 25, 2018 at 6:00 am

    Old TestamentJoshua 9:16-27, Joshua 10New TestamentLuke 23:26-56Psalms & ProverbsProverbs 10:21-30 […]

SES Events

Family & Youth

Year of the Mass Free Classes

Morning or Evening Classes @ Conference Center

* 5 Mondays starting April 16 - May 14   7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
OR
* 5 Tuesdays starting April 17 - May 15 9:30 am - 10:45 am
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9:30 am - 10:30 am @ Parish Center

Prepare for the coming Sunday’s readings in a small group atmosphere. Study material is available @word-Sunday.com
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  • 7 day candles are available at the parish office before and after Mass and during office hours Mon-Fri from 9am-4pm. As you walk in the narthex, entrance to the parish office is on your left. Suggested offering of $5 per candle.

    Lord,
    May this candle be a light for you to enlighten me in my difficulties.
    May it be a fire for you to burn out of me all pride, selfishness and impurity.
    May it be a flame for you to bring warmth into my heart, towards my family, my neighbors and all those who meet me.
    Through the prayers of Mary Virgin and Mother, I place in your care those I came to pray for, especially_____.
    I cannot stay long with you in this church. In leaving this candle, I wish to give to you something of myself.
    Help me to continue my prayer into everything I do this day. Amen.
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  • Anyone seeking the service of a Licensed Mental Health Professional affiliated with the San Diego Diocesan Mental Health Ministry Network can visit: eTherapyFinder.com/OsmThen, click on “Find Affiliated Therapists.”
    Therapists interested in affiliating with the San Diego diocesan Mental Health Ministry Network may visit eTherapyFinder.com and click on “CLINICIANS CLICK HERE” to register for a free profile. Once the profile has been acknowledged by eTherapy (usually within one or two business days) visit eTherapyFinder.com/osm to view and accept the diocesan pledge.
  • Did you know we have 2000 titles at our Parish Library? From apologetics to parenting to answering your questions about the Catholic faith. Visit our library at the Conference Center after each Mass.
     St. Elizabeth Seton Library Catalog
    Titles like... WHY BE CATHOLIC?
    Other new titles (April 2017):
    • An Empty Cradle: Reflections for parents after miscarriage, stillbirth or infant death
    • Simple Acts of Moving Forward: 60 Suggestions for Getting Unstuck
    • Embracing the Way of Jesus: Reflections from Pope Francis on Living Our Faith
    • Always Discerning: An Ignatian Spirituality for the New Millenium
    • Busy Lives and Restless Souls: How Prayer Can Help You Find the Missing Peace in Your Life
    For more information Library@seschurch.org
    ~When we pray we speak to God; but when we read, God speaks to us. St. Jerome
  • A gift of your securities, including stocks or mutual funds, is an easy way to make a gift. By making a gift of your appreciated securities, you can avoid paying capital gains tax that would otherwise be due if you sold these assets. Contributions are deductible for tax purposes. There are no transaction fees or other costs and the full value of the sold securities benefits the parish, school or other Catholic charity you select.
    More importantly, the question you may want to consider is this: Have I been blessed with many gifts and am I inspired by Gospel teaching and my Catholic values that charitable giving is a profound and joy-inspiring expression of love and gratitude? How can I live out my Catholic values and put them into action for the greater good of the community? Your stock contribution will help you live out your Catholic values and benefit your parish or school at the same time.
    For more information on making a gift please visit our diocesan website at SDCatholic.organd click on Giving - Stock Donations at the top of the website. Or, you may contact the Office for Stewardship, Manny Aguilar, at 858.490.8294 or call Merrill Lynch, the Diocese's broker, at 800.844.0720.
  • Download a booklet of Our Church Treasures ​to learn about the many treasures of our faith hidden in plain sight inside our beautiful church. We conduct church tours during our quarterly New Parishioners Welcome Reception. All are welcome!

Clergy

Rev. Michael Robinson
Pastor

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Weekly Reflection

Rev. Brian Kelly, PhD

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Deacon Jerry Heitschmidt
Deacon

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Church Services

Adoration Chapel

24 Hour First Friday Adoration.
Other Fridays from 9 am – 4 pm. We invite you to spend an hour of prayer and reflection.

Learn more about Adoration

Blessed Sacrament Chapel

Visit the Tabernacle
Mon - Fri 8 am - 4 pm
Sat 3 pm - 6 pm
Sun 7:30 am - 12:30 pm

15 Promises of the Rosary

Confession

Every Saturday afternoon from
3 - 4 pm or by appointment. Confession guide booklets are available in the narthex of the church.

The Power of Confession
Mama Mary

Ministries

We have a variety of ministries for fellowship and spiritual growth.
List of ministries

New Parishioners

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Nursery

We offer childcare during 9:30 am
and 11:30 am Sunday Masses.
Assist with childcare