ANNIVERSARY

OF THE

SOLEMN DEDICATION

OF

ST. ELIZABETH OF HUNGARY

CHURCH & RECTORY

We, the community of Saint Elizabeth empowered by the Holy Spirit, are the instruments that enables all, bound together in love and thanksgiving, to realize that the Lord is our Savior. This is achieved through worship, the proclamation of the Word, mutual concern and service.

Our Parish
70 Years of Persistance…

Since its conception, the Roman Catholic Parish of Saint Elizabeth of Hungary has been a place of growth and diversity. It was not long after the parish’s founding, that the Benedictine Monks of Saith Mary’s Abbey, Morristown, took charge of the parish. Under their guidance, the present church was completed in 1952. The same growth and diversity that has come to characterize Saint Elizabeth’s Parish through the years, now requires that major aspects of our parish’s physical plant be updated so as to meet the needs of our growing parish family.

How Would Our Parish Benefit from Your Participation in a Successful Capital Campaign?

For over a century, the parish families of Saint Elizabeth of Hungary families of Saint Elizabeth of Hungary, have devoted their time, talent and treasure towards the building of Linden, New Jersey’s first Roman Catholic parish. Their legacy is one of closely woven hard work and faith. The present parish physical plant gives testimony to this legacy. If these structures are to continue to bear witness to the faith of our predecessors and provide for our present and future needs, rehabilitative actions must be taken to insure their soundness and usefulness.

  • Refurbish the Pipe Organ
  • Repair wall plaster near one of the stained glass windows
  • Replace Church leaders and gutters
  • Repair church front steps
  • Replace missing church roof tiles
  • Improve Parish landscaping
  • Repair Rectory windows


If our plan to rehabilitate our parish are to become a reality, we will need to raise a minimum of $350,000. Your participation is greatly needed.

A Century of Faith
A Future of Hope
Called to New Evangelization


Memorials

Gifts that can be memorialized are listed below. The amount of the memorial may not be in direct relationship to the actual cost however, it is a means for you to memorialize your loved ones while helping defray the overall rehabilitation cost.

Church Organ

Rectory Window Repair

The Parking Lot


Church Building

Leaders & Gutters
Tiles on Roof
Plaster on Wall
Front Church Steps

The Parish Landscaping

My Friend,

I’m so glad that you’re taking the time to get to know us. I pray that you and your family are all safe and healthy during this unprecedented time that is affecting the lives of so many.
  
Who are we at St. Elizabeth of Hungary?  What are we about? We’re about open doors.  And open minds. And open hearts.

Whoever you are, wherever you’re from, whatever you’ve done, whatever you’re going through, wherever you find yourself today on the journey of faith, you are welcome here. This is a place to belong. This is a place to become. 

St Elizabeth of Hungary is a place to make friends – and to make progress, to grow in faith and hope and love, to grow closer to Christ. We’re working on caring better for one another – and we’re working on serving the needs of the community around us. We are living the Gospel Message!

We’re working on being a real family, a family of faith.  And we’re eager to welcome you home. 
 
Come and see.  And come “as you are.”  And when you do, make sure you find me, I’d love to meet you!  

I look forward to the day when we may ALL gather once more, without restrictions.

Please know that you are loved and cared for,

Fr. Ed


Important Announcements




Returning to Grace: A Pastoral Letter on the Eucharist from Cardinal Tobin

Returning-to-Grace-EN


Services of Love

Become Part of this Church Forever

The Giving Tree

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The Corner Stone

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In the face of incredible obstacles throughout the past year, the Catholic schools of the Archdiocese of Newark have served as a beacon of light throughout our communities and beyond for nearly 175 years.

From teachers who’ve risen to the challenge of remote learning, to principals who have continually thought outside of the box to bring some degree of normalcy to education in the midst of a global pandemic, to students and families who’ve answered the call to adapt to these unusually trying times, and to the generous donors like you who have continued to support the cause of Catholic education; it is plain to see that our community is a strong, formidable and a faithfilled one.

I am pleased to let you know that during the fall semester of this academic year, our elementary schools had in person instruction for an average of 71 days (or 83% of the time.) How wonderful!

With your help, we can continue our commitment to provide students with a superior education, life-long friendships, and strong values.

This Catholic Schools Week, please consider a gift today to sustain Catholic education so that we may continue to provide the quality education that our students deserve.

With gratitude for your stewardship,

Msgr. Thomas J. McDade, Vicar for Education

“Without ministry to youth and young adults, there would be no future in the Church. They need to see their experience as something vibrant and joyful, and that’s why it’s fundamental that we have programs, like CCD, in the parish.” – Fr. Francisco Rodriguez, Pastor at St. Francis de Sales in Lodi

Did you know: This year, the 2021 Annual Appeal is raising over $2,000,000 to ensure we are passing on the faith to our next generation of Catholics?  Your support of the 2021 Annual Appeal allows our young adult ministries to thrive.   

 With gratitude for your stewardship,

The Office of Development and Stewardship

Watch the video below for a glimpse into the young adult program at St. Francis de Sales in Lodi.


Services & Sacraments

(all open to public unless indicated otherwise)

Saturday4:00pm (Vigil Mass)
Sunday8:00am, 10:00am (Live Streamed) and 12:00 noon
Weekdays8:00am (bilingual & Live streamed) and 12:05pm
Saturday12:05pm (Live Streamed)
First Friday3:00pm Holy Hour (Livestream only)
Holy Days of Obligations8:00am, 12:05pm and 7:00pm (also Livestream)
Civil Holidays10:00am only (also Livestream)

Reconciliation

Monday – SaturdayAfter 12:05 Mass (until 1:00pm)
Saturday3:00pm to 3:45pm (before Vigil Mass)
Or call the Priest-on-Duty at (908) 403-1513 for an appointment

Baptisms

Saturday or Sunday1:00pm (one family at a time)

For other Sacraments, click here

Mission Statement

We, the community of Saint Elizabeth empowered by the Holy Spirit, are the instruments that enables all, bound together in love and thanksgiving, to realize that the Lord is our Savior.  This is achieved through worship, the proclamation of the Word, mutual concern and service.


Donate Online

We encourage you to continue to support the parish in one of two ways: either mail your donation in an envelope containing your regular weekly envelope or consider using our online giving platform by clicking here: https://sainteonline.weshareonline.org/


Go Fund Me

Consider making a donation to Saint Elizabeth Church through the Archdiocesan GoFundMe campaign by clicking here: https://charity.gofundme.com/o/en/campaign/stehungary-linden


Daily and Sunday Masses are available for streaming on our Facebook Page
(St. Elizabeth of Hungary Church – Linden, NJ)
or our YouTube Channel
(St. Elizabeth of Hungary Church Linden NJ).

Monday – Friday 8:00 am
Saturday 12:05 pm
Sunday 10:00 am