The Elizabeth Ann Seton Society is dedicated to helping each member to grow in her relationship with God and Jesus in the Eucharist through daily prayer and frequent reception of the sacraments. Each member is also actively involved in service to others. Members are expected to be:
1) Faithful to daily prayer and Seton prayer experiences;
2) Be examples of good leadership and role models within the school, parish and community;
3) Be actively involved in various service projects and activities within the school and community.
Seton members meet regularly each Tuesday during Access Period. Meetings include topics and experiences for spiritual growth, leadership skills, and service projects. Service projects include serving as teacher aides once a month at St. John’s and St. Wenceslaus elementary schools, visiting residents at South Haven and the Saunders County Care Center. They also participate with the Bosco members in an annual day of reflection.