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Chowder and Stations - 02/28/2020

Lenten Friday "Chowder and Stations" has begun. Chowder dinner at 5:30 pm and Stations of the Cross at 6:30pm in Sacred Heart parish hall and church. $5 per person. No reservations necessary.

Psalms: The School of Prayer - 02/29/2020

We resume our Scripture study of the Psalms on the Saturday mornings of Lent, 10am-12noon at Sacred Heart. $30/person, which enables you to view any missed video presentations online. Read more

St. Joseph Celebration - 03/22/2020

Our first St. Joseph procession, Mass and reception! Procession at 9:30am, 10 am Mass, followed by a variety of food items by parishioners... Sacred Heart church and parish hall.

Breakfast with the Easter Bunny! - 04/05/2020

Our annual Palm Sunday celebration! 9:30 procession followed by 10 am Palm Sunday Mass and breakfast with the Easter Bunny in the parish cafeteria at Sacred Heart.

Lent Schedule - 02/28/2020

Our complete Lenten information can be found here. Read more

 

Archdiocesan News

 

Gomez: 'Where is God in this pandemic? Where there is love, there is God'

LOS ANGELES (CNS) -- Here is a column titled "Love in a time without hugs" by Los Angeles Archbishop Jose H. Gomez published online March 24 in Angelus, the media arm of the Archdiocese of Los Angeles. The archbishop, who is the president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, writes a weekly column in Angelus, called "New World of Faith." Read more

Across Europe, churches offer empty facilities to help fight COVID-19

OXFORD, England (CNS) -- Catholic dioceses and religious orders across Europe are offering to turn church facilities into spaces needed for health care or housing during the COVID-19 pandemic. Read more

Distraught, determined Little Sisters of the Poor cope with coronavirus

WILMINGTON, Del. (CNS) -- Mother Margaret Regina Halloran was doing her best to fight back tears in the early morning of March 27, but she wasn't really winning the struggle. Read more

COVID-19 is not God's judgment, but a call to live differently, pope says

VATICAN CITY (CNS) -- The worldwide coronavirus pandemic is not God's judgment on humanity, but God's call on people to judge what is most important to them and resolve to act accordingly from now on, Pope Francis said. Read more

During pandemic, priests work to bridge distance between deceased, family

ROME (CNS) -- When Father Mario Carminati went to bless the remains of one of his parishioners, he called the deceased man's daughter on WhatsApp so they could pray together. Read more

 

 

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