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RCIA Candidates and Catechumens 2018

The Christian Initiation (RCIA) community at Sacred Heart presents our two Candidates and asks that you continue welcoming and praying for them. Watch future bulletins to meet the Catechumens.

This Little Pilgrim Got a Big Blessing From Pope Francis

When pilgrims in the Eternal City hope to get an up-close view of the pope, or even shake his hand, they are usually advised to arrive at the Vatican early, to sit next to the barrier and, most importantly, to find a baby.

Sacred Heart's Footprint May Be Expanding

The lot of the former First American State Bank building behind Culeman's Hall may soon become part of Sacred Heart's campus, which would provide more space for parking or building, as well as a safe drop-off point.

Pope Francis to Christians: 'Baptism Unites Us'

At an ecumenical Vespers service, Pope Francis told members of several Christian communities that the grace of Baptism creates a unity in the family of God.

Even when differences separate us, we can recognize that we have the same…

Youth Ministry: The DoCents

2017 was an amazing year for our Religious Education program and Youth Ministry, with even more in store for the first few months of 2018. February will be a big month for parish youth, as they observe Lent, participate in activities, and take on a leadership role in our parish!

"Be Merciful, O Lord, For We Have Sinned": Ash Wednesday 2018

A reflection by Fr. Matthew

Mardi Gras Party 2018

Come enjoy food, fellowship, and fun with a variety of games for children and for adults too! Everyone is invited to this year’s Mardi Gras Celebration, which will be held from 5:30-7:30pm on February 13 in the gym and cafeteria of Culemans Hall. Food will be served until 6:30pm.

Regathering The Scattered This Lent

Dear Parishioners, In a couple of weeks our Lenten journey will begin. This year we will, once again, have a Lenten theme. The theme will be, “Wounded and Loved, Regathering the Scattered.” This is the title of a pastoral letter that was written by Bishop Bambera of the Diocese of Scranton.

Pope Francis on Attending Mass

According to Pope Francis, it's not enough to 'be good' - you must also attend mass.

Looking Ahead to Lent and Holy Week 2018

A preview of services and events planned for Lent, starting with Ash Wednesday on February 14th.