Sacred Heart Update

Weekend Mass Times  

Saturday: 4:00pm Mass

Sunday: 9:00am Mass

Sacrament of Reconciliation

Friday: 9:30am (after Mass)

Saturday: 3:00pm or by Appointment


Sacred Heart Calendar 

Note:  This Friday’s 9:00am Mass, Eucharistic Adoration/Confession have been cancelled due to a Funeral.


Wednesday, January 31

6:00 PM CCW Board Meeting – Family Center

7:00 PM OCIA – Library


Thursday, February 1

5:00 PM Choir Practice

7:00 PM Knights of Columbus Meeting


Friday, February 2

11:00 AM Funeral Mass (Alfred DeChene)


Saturday, February 3

3:00 PM Confession

4:00 PM Mass


Sunday, February 4

9:00 AM Mass

Coffee and Donuts after Mass

No Faith Formation Class


Monday, February 5

10:00 AM Chair Exercise


Tuesday, February 6

6:00 PM Council of Catholic Women General Meeting


Wednesday, February 7

9:00 AM Mass

10:00 AM Chair Exercise

6:30 PM Sacramental Prep Class

7:00 PM OCIA


Thursday, February 8

5:00 PM Choir Practice


Friday, February 9

9:00 AM Mass

9:30 AM to 10:30 AM Eucharistic Adoration/Confession


Saturday, February 10

3:00 PM Confession

4:00 PM Mass

5:00 PM Parish Chicken Dinner


Sunday, February 11

9:00 AM Mass

Coffee and Donuts after Mass

10:15 AM Faith Formation (Family Activity)


Monday, February 12

10:00 AM Chair Exercise

1:00 PM to 3:00 PM Blanket Ministry Meeting


Tuesday, February 13

7:00 PM to 8:30 PM Compassionate Friends


Wednesday, February 14

Ash Wednesday

10:00 AM Chair Exercise

6:00 PM Ash Wednesday Mass







St. Monica

Did you know that perhaps no mother, other than the Virgin Mary herself, is considered to have had so much influence on the early Catholic Christian Church, as Monica of Tagaste, Africa? Why so? Because Saint Monica spent most of her lifetime praying for the Christian conversion of a wayward and worldly son, who eventually became one of the Church’s greatest theologians, Saint Augustine. Some observers considered her an interfering, in-your-face kind of mom. Others saw her as a shrewd woman of faith and spiritual anchor for a son whose talents she felt belonged to the Church. A crowning moment for Saint Monica was when she saw Augustine finally baptized in the Church. She died in the year 387.