ONE CHURCH ~ ONE PARISH ~ONE FAMILY IN CHRIST

My parish is composed of people like me. I help make it what it is.

It will be friendly, if I am.
It will be holy, if I am.
Its’ pews will be filled, if I help fill them.
It will do great work, if I work.
It will be prayerful, if I pray.
It will make generous gifts to many causes,
if I am a generous giver.
It will bring others to worship God, if I invite and bring them.

It will be a parish of loyalty and love,
of fearlessness and faith,
of compassion and mercy, if I, who make it what it is, am filled with these same things.

Therefore,
with the help of God,
I now dedicate myself to the task of being all the things that I want my parish to be. AMEN. 

  

 

 

Office Hours

Monday-Thursday: 8:30am -4:30pm
Friday: 8:30am -12:30pm

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Confession Times:
M,T,W,Th, Fri: 7am Saturday at 3:30pm
Wednesdays 7-8pm

Daily Mass
M,T,Th,Fri: 7:30 AM
Wed. 12:10 pm
Sat. 8:15 am

SATURDAY Vigil: 5pm

SUNDAY: 7:30am, 9:30am, 11:30am

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Shroud of Turin Presented at Sacred Heart

On February 17th Sacred Heart Church hosted Dr. John Jackson, who talked about the garment Jesus was buried in. He made the striking claim that it was mostly likely used at the Last Supper and symbolically used at every Mass in the form of the corporal (The white cloth the priest spreads out on the altar at Mass before the Liturgy of the Eucharist).