Welcome To Sacred Heart Parish!
We encourage all members of Sacred Heart to be involved in the mission of Jesus Christ: to share His message of salvation, to build up the Body of Christ, the Church, and to encounter Christ through regular reception of His sacraments, that we would all know, love and live for our Lord Jesus. Please join us in our service to the Lord!
Sacred Heart Parish Mass Times
Wed. 12:10pm (School Mass)
Sat. 8:15 am
SATURDAY Vigil: 5pm
SUNDAY: 7:30am, 9:30am, 11:30am
Mon. Tues. Thur. Fri. 7:00am
Saturday 7:45am & 3:30pm
Parish Registration Form
- Fr. Barry Reuwsaat, Parochial Vicar
- Rev. Mark Lichter, Pastor
- Mrs. Lori Hofer, Parish Secretary
- Mrs. Paulette Hay, Financial Secretary
- Carissa Baustian, Director of Music and Organist
- Mrs. Michele Coughlin, Director of Parish Faith Formation
- Mrs. Dawn Wanttie, Asst. Coordinator of Faith Formation Grades 1-5
- Mrs. Marge Guhin, Housekeeping
- Mr. Jeff Swank, Buildings/Grounds/Maintenance/Cemetery
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Cardinal Dolan's Respect Life Statement
Cardinal Dolans message can be accessed by clicking the link below.
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We Need Sunday Mass!
The following comes from the May 21st daily inspiration email that you can receive by visiting LiveMercy.org to obtain a daily text or email.
"In a Catholic New York column, I mentioned that I received a Christmas card from an old friend a few months back, with the usual annual update of family news. The year previous, in 2008, his card had brought good news: he had landed a very prestigious and high-paying job as a geologist — the profession he cherished — at a mining exploration company in Montana. I was so happy for him, a friend since high school. He had explained in his card that the job was three weeks at a time, in a very isolated area of the mountains, then a week back home in Illinois with his wife and three children. He regretted being away, but he and his wife had agreed this career opportunity was well worth it.
Then came this year’s Christmas card with the news he had quit that job! Was it the money? Hardly, the card explained, since the salary was exceptional. Lack of challenge? Just the opposite, the news went on, as he really enjoyed the work. Why, then, had he quit?
Listen to this: 'I missed my wife and kids, and I missed Sunday Mass. Up in the mountains, at the site, we were over a hundred miles from the nearest Catholic church, so I could only go to Mass one Sunday a month, when I was home. The job – as much as I loved it – was ruining my marriage, my family, and my faith. It had to go!'"
This is an excerpt an article by Cardinal Dolan. For the full text go to
The Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary Mass Times
The Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary is a Holy Day on Thursday, Dec. 8.
Mass times: Wed., Dec. 7 - 5:30pm,
Thur., Dec. 8 - 7:30 am, 12:10pm (School Mass), & 5:30pm
Friday: 8:30am -12:30pm
Sacred Heart Holiday Luncheon
Saturday, December 10th at noon
Parish Hall - 409 3rd Ave SE
Door Prizes! Candy & Bars for sale! Cards may be played!
Reservations required and can be made by calling Helen at 225-7088.
Prayer For Our Military
Prayer of the Archdiocese for the Military Services, USA
Almighty God and Father,
look with love upon our men and women
in uniform and protect them in their time of need.
Give them health and stability and allow them to return
to their loved ones whole and unshaken.
Be with their families and sustain them in these uncertain times.
Grant strength and peace of mind to the Veterans
who have given their best for the country they love.
Support them in infirmity and in the fragility of old age.
Teach us to remember their sacrifices
and to express our gratitude.
Manifest your tender care to those in the
Military Academies who prepare for future service and
to those who serve our Nation far from home.
Teach us to remember the sacrifices of those
whose efforts contribute to ensuring our way of life.
Bless and multiply the priests who minister
to the faithful of the Archdiocese for the Military Services.
Reward their generosity and keep them faithful.
Hear us as we present our prayers to
You through Christ our Lord.
-Archbishop Timothy P. Broglio
Readings for the Week
Readings for the Week of November 27, 2016
- Sunday: Is 2:1-5 / Ps 122 / Rom 13:11-14 / Mt 24:37-44
- Monday: Is 4:2-6 / Ps 122 / Mt 8:5-11
- Tuesday: Is 11:1-10 / Ps 72 / Lk 10:21-24
- Wednesday: Rom 10:9-18 / Ps 23 / Mt 4:18-22
- Thursday: Is 26:1-6 / Ps 118 / Mt 7:21, 24-27
- Friday: Is 29:17-24 / Ps 27 / Mt 9:27-31
- Saturday: Is 30:19-21, 23-26 / Ps 147 / Mt 9:35--10:1, 5a, 6-8
- Next Sunday: Is 11:1-10 / Ps 72 / Rom 15:4-9 / Mt 3:1-12