SEAS Parish of the Diocese of Pittsburgh, is located just minutes from downtown Pittsburgh and twenty minutes from the airport. Its location is what some would say is “perfect”.
Like the “householder who brings out of his treasure what is new and what is old,” St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish blends the old and new. Formed in 1992 from a collection of century-old parishes, SEAS Parish then lost many buildings in the 2004 flood in Carnegie. The new SEAS Church, dedicated November 20, 2011, blends new construction and furnishings with artifacts from her history.
Like all Catholic churches, SEAS’ first purpose is the worship of God in Jesus Christ. SEAS is especially blessed with a strong music program, headed by Prof. Nicholas Will. The church boasts a new pipe organ and three choirs—the Parish Choir, a schola cantorum, and a Contemporary Choir, now selling its third CD.