News From The Diocese – Bishop Estevez lifts general dispensation from Sunday Mass. After careful study, consultation with the clergy, and the
guidance of medical experts, Bishop Felipe Estévez will lift the general dispensation from the Sunday obligation to attend Mass, effective
May 22, 2021. A particular dispensation remains in effect for those members of the diocese who have underlying health conditions, the aged, infirm, and
those who are caregivers for them. Those who are most at risk of serious infection or illness, as well as their caregivers, are strongly encouraged to stay home and participate in live-streamed or televised Masses. The risk of the coronavirus is still very real, and even with the best health practices and strict physical distancing in place, anyone attending public events is increasing their risk of exposure to COVID-19. Please DO NOT attend pubic mass if you are experiencing any COVID-19 like symptoms (fever, cough or other symptoms,) and follow the guidance of the Center for Disease Control and Prevention.
Mass Schedule for Solemnity of Mary, Mother of God
- Friday, December 31, 2021 7:00pm
- Saturday, January 1, 2022 8:15am
- Monday-Saturday 8:15am
- Wednesday 7:00pm, Spanish 7:30pm
- Friday 7:00pm
- Vigil Mass Saturday English 5:00pm, Spanish 7:00pm
- Sunday Mass 7:30am, 9:30 am, 11:30am, 5:00pm
Saturday 8:45am – 10:00am
Adoration and Friday Evening Mass Schedule
We are pleased to announce that we will resume all-day Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament here at Sacred Heart every Friday, beginning February 19th. Adoration will begin immediately following 8:15am Mass, ending at 6:50pm with Benediction. Holy Mass will begin at 7:00pm. Daily Mass, Adoration and Divine Mercy Chaplet will continue to be live streamed on Sacred Heart Catholic Church Facebook .
For those faithful who are unable to attend Mass due to the dispensation or other limitations we will be in the Church on Sundays from 12:30pm to 1:00pm to give Holy Communion.
As We Gather
Wear Face Masks
Face-coverings are to be worn by the faithful in and around the church.
Stay 6 feet Apart
Physical distancing is practiced in the church and on the church property.
Communion will be distributed only in the hand, not by the cup.
Sign of Peace
No hand shakes during the sign-of-peace.
After mass, ushers will be located at the back of the church for your envelopes or donations. Faith Direct is also available for Online Giving.
Please use the single entry when entering & exiting the church.
Fonts will be empty, but you are encouraged to still make the sign of the cross.
All Missals, Bibles, prayer cards or other paper resources are currently not available. Please download myParish App for the mass prayers and readings.