COVID-19 Updates

Updated 5/01/2020 08:00am

 

Due to the current concerns over the Coronavirus pandemic, Seton Catholic's campus will remain closed for the remainder of the school year. Classes are being conducted online through Canvas and all athletics/extra-curricular activities have been suspended. Parents and students will receive email updates from the principal when additional information is available.

 

Catholic Media Ministry has a Youtube channel streaming daily Mass from St. Mary's Parish in Chandler and the Diocese of Phoenix streams Sunday Mass every week.

 

Prayer to Virgin Mary for Protection
O Mary, you always shine on our path as a sign of salvation and hope. We entrust ourselves to you, Health of the Sick, who at the cross took part in Jesus' pain, keeping your faith firm. Salvation of the Roman People, know what we need, and we are sure you will provide so that, as in Cana of Galilee, we may return to joy and to feasting after this time of trial.
 
Help us, Mother of Divine Love, to conform to the will of the Father and to do as we are told by Jesus, who has taken upon himself our sufferings and carried our sorrows to lead us, through the cross, to the joy of the Resurrection. Amen. - Pope Francis
 
Our Lady of Guadalupe, pray for us.
St. Elizabeth Ann Seton pray for us.
 
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Prior School Communications
Information on the Coronavirus
 
Diocese of Phoenix
Maricopa County
ADHS
Center for Disease Control
 
Message from the Principal
Message from Students
Seton Catholic Prep Resources
 
 
 
 
 
Spiritual Wellness
 
Prayers
 
Join us for live prayers:
Chaplet of the Divine Mercy on Monday's at 3pm
The Most Holy Rosary on Wednesday's at noon
 
St. Elizabeth Ann Seton
Patroness of the Quarantine
 
Read about Mother Seton's experiences with quarantine, which helped form her vocation.
 
“My eyes smart so much with crying, wind and fatigue that I must close them and lift up my heart… God is our all indeed. If sufferings abound in us, his Consolations also greatly abound, and far exceed all utterance… If I could forget my God one moment at these times, I should go mad.”

- Elizabeth Ann Seton, journal entries while quarantined in Italy, 1803