Join in Prayer
Share your thoughts, prayers, and thanks to God through St. Elizabeth Ann Seton.
Through the links above you can learn about many ways to connect with the spiritual legacy of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton. Receive a daily reflection based on her writings; request a votive light, novena or Mass Card for yourself or a loved one; send your prayer intentions; offer thanks to St. Elizabeth Ann for her intercession and blessings; and worship in the Basilica of the National Shrine of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, a place of pilgrimage.
We also offer the gifts of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton’s Vincentian family: the Green Scapular for those who need conversion, and the Miraculous Medal for those who are in need of special graces.
Whether in person or online, we welcome you to pray and worship with us!
Masses, Devotions, and Reconciliation
Sacramental and devotional opportunities in the Basilica of the National Shrine of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton:
Mass is held Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday at 1:30 pm. Confessions are heard after Mass.
Day of Pilgrimage
Join us every Sunday for a half day retreat featuring Mass, Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament, Adoration, Confessions, and Benediction. For more information on the Day of Pilgrimage contact 301-447-6606 6981.
Additional Masses in Emmitsburg:
So many friends of St. Elizabeth Ann want to bring their petitions and intentions to her National Shrine. Through this petition form, you can offer your requests to God through St. Elizabeth Ann. Your prayers will be remembered at Mass and in the prayers of the Seton Heritage Ministries staff.
Add Your Prayer Request
Your petitions will be remembered at Mass and in the prayers of the Seton Heritage Ministries staff for 30 days. In the heart of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton and in the Communion of Saints, Jesus lives and listens.
To protect the privacy of you and your loved ones, please use first names only.
(If you would like your petitions to remain private, please e-mail them to firstname.lastname@example.org)
Through the intercession of St. Elizabeth Ann, the lives of many people have been permanently changed. Mother Seton assumed many roles in her life as we do – wife, mother, widow, sole parent, convert – providing to us an example of unfailing faith in the midst of many challenges. She understands our heartaches, and her intervention will often leave us with gratitude and appreciation.