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MASS SCHEDULE
Saturday Vigil 5:30 p.m.
Sunday 8:00, 9:30, & 11:00 a.m.
Weekdays 8:00 a.m.
Saturday 9:00 a.m.
Holydays 8:00 a.m., 12 Noon, & 5:30 p.m.
 
SACRAMENT OF PENANCE AND RECONCILIATION
Saturday 4:00 - 5:00 p.m.
   
SACRAMENT OF BAPTISM
Pre-Baptism class required; please call rectory.
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1040 - 39th Street
Sacramento, CA 95816
(916) 452-4136

Rev. Msgr. Robert P. Walton, Pastor
Fr. Cleetus Karakkat, Parochial Vicar
Gilbert Parra, Deacon
William Riehl, Deacon
Theresa Sparks, School Principal Parish School 456-1576
Kristin Hansen, Rel. Ed. Coordinator, 456-1576
Dr. Donald Kendrick, Music Director, 278-6805
Rita Spillane RCIA & Adult Faith Formation Director 452-4830
Bridget & Dave Parsh Youth Ministers sacheartyouthgroup@gmail.com

Sacred Heart Parish

Sacred Heart Parish

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Fall 2014 Sessions
Will begin October 2nd

If you or someone you know is considering returning to the Church or has recently returned, these sessions are an opportunity to learn more about the Church, the Sacraments, the Mass and more in an adult education roundtable setting. Also open to any Catholic that wants to learn more about their Catholic faith.

Six-week program
Thursday evenings
Oct 2 - Nov 6

 

Click here for detailed information

Morning Prayer

Please join us for Morning Prayer. We meet by the statue of St. Joseph. Start your day with praise and blessing. Come join us before work!

Mon-Fri at 7:30 a.m.
Sat
at 8:30 a.m.


Childrens' Church

During the school year, we offer nursery care for toddlers and a Sunday School program for children three to six. The children meet each week in the Parish Hall during 9:30 a.m. Mass. New families are always welcome. For more information please call Rachelle Cook at 453-1966.


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The mission of Sacred Heart Church is to call people to develop a personal relationship with God, to build a community of faith and worship, to spread the Gospel of Jesus Christ by serving the needs of all people through the guidance of the Holiy Spirit.

High School Youth Group

The Sacred Heart Youth Group for high school students is back! Our first meeting will be on

Thursday, September 4th at 6:30 p.m. in St. Anthony Hall.

Come for pizza, and to help us plan our events this year. We need ideas for service projects in the area so bring your proposals.

This year the SH Youth Group will be reading and discussing the Old Testament Book of Exodus. The blockbuster movie comes out in December, so until then we will focus on this section of the Bible.

We look forward to seeing you back! Have questions? E-mail Rosie at rosiedmsh@gmail.com

Church Improvements

Starting on May 19th, the church will be closed for our major church improvement project. The work will include:

  • interior decorative & general painting,
  • refurbish & restore pews,
  • install special-needs seating,
  • replace protruding floor vents,
  • re-wire chandeliers, and install a new PA system with hearing-impaired feature.

The project is expected to take four months.During that time,

Weekday Mass will be celebrated in the Parish Hall and Weekend Masses in the school gymnasium.

Watch the bulletin for more details.

Parish Ministry Participants

Our parish is fortunate to have so many people give of their time in parish ministries. Whether you are a Eucharistic Minister, a lector, an altar server, a singer, a religious ed. teacher, or a minister to the homebound, your participation helps knit our community together. Thank you so much for your being generous in time and spirit. If you have an interest in becoming a volunteer in one of these ministries, please see Msgr. Walton, or call the Rectory and leave a message.

First Friday Adoration

Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament follows 8:00 a.m. Mass and concludes with Benediction at 12(noon). Mass is celebrated immediately after Benediction.

Join us and spend some time in prayer before the Blessed Sacrament. On First Fridays, parishioners are encouraged to include in their prayers, a prayer for an increase in vocations to the priesthood and consecrated life. A special prayer for vocations is available in the church vestibule for your use.

Join us and spend some time in prayer before the Blessed Sacrament. On First Fridays, parishioners are encouraged to include in their prayers, a prayer for an increase in vocations to the priesthood and consecrated life. A special prayer for vocations is available in the church vestibule for your use.

Bequests to the Church

For parishioners who are able to, remembering the parish in your will or trust is a way to help keep our parish vital and strong for future generations. Bequests can be used as the donor designates. For example, one could donate for stained glass window maintenance, for church maintenance, for school scholarships, or for anything that supports parish ministries.

If you are interested in making a bequest, please contact to Fr. Walton.

Pastoral Assistance for Victims of Sexual Abuse

The Diocese of Sacramento provides pastoral care to persons who have suffered sexual abuse by members of the Catholic clergy or other Catholic Church workers. Please call toll-free: 866-777-9133 if you are seeking assistance in coping with this tragic situation. Assistance is available in English and Spanish.

Support Our Bulletin Advertisers

The cost of producing our weekly bulletin is defrayed by the businesses that advertise on the back page. Please support these businesses, and tell them you saw their ad in the bulletin.

Interested in Becoming Catholic?

Please contact the Ministry Office at 916-452-4830 and leave your name and telephone number and someone will call you back. Classes begin in September and meet on Tuesday evenings.

The Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults (R.C.I.A.) is designed for adults who have never been baptized, adults who have been baptized in a non-Catholic church, and adults who were baptized as Catholics as an infant/child yet never received or received limited religious instruction in the Faith

Please share this information with family, friends, neighbors, and co-workers who may have expressed interest in learning more about the Catholic Faith.

Sacred Heart Parish Bulletin

If you missed something in the weekly bulletin and forgot to bring one home, it is posted here. We also post the ads from the back page of the bulletin and encourage you to support our advertisers.

Baptism Classes

Baptism classes are available. In baptism we come to Christ. And there with Him we become spiritually alive as God's People called to share in His mission to proclaim God's glorious presence and works among us. The key to understanding Baptism, the first of the Sacraments of Initiation (Baptism, Confirmation, Eucharist), and indeed all of the sacraments, is found in the simple word: "Christ in us and we in Him. Through baptism (and the subsequent gift of faith) we are called, from the darkness of not knowing God to the marvelous light of dwelling with and in Him. At the font of baptism, we are reborn and become new creations, clothed with a Christian dignity and called to witness, in word and example, to the Gospel of Life.

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Parish Registration

If you are new to Sacred Heart Parish, we encourage you to register by calling the Parish Office at 452-4136 ext. 2. Registration will help us notify you of various parish and diocesan events, and will make it possible for your tax-deductible donations to be properly credited to you.

Holy Communion to the Homebound

If you, a member of your family, or a neighbor in the parish are confined to home and wish to receive Holy Communion during the week, please call the rectory at 452-4136, ext. 2. We are happy to make arrangements to bring the Sacrament to any homebound living in the parish at a convenient time. Before calling on behalf of a family member or neighbor, please check with that person to make sure they want to receive the Sacrament. 

Prayer for the Week

 

Lord our God, all truth is from you, and you alone bring oneness of heart. Give your people the joy of heaving your word in every sound and of longing for your presence more than for life itself. May all the attractions of a changing world serve only to bring us the peace of your kingdom which this world does not give. Grant this through Christ our Lord.

 

Sacramento Food Bank

On the last Sunday of every month, we collect non-perishable foods to help the less fortunate through the Sacramento Food Bank Services. Donations items are placed in the sanctuary, inside the altar rail and are taken to the Food Bank on Monday morning for immediate distribution. We encourage all parishioners to participate in this special outreach program to those in need in our community.
 


“You are Peter and upon this rock I will build my Church and the gates of the netherworld shall not prevail against it.” --Matthew 16:18

 

 

 

 

 

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