Sacred Heart Parish of Du Quoin, Illinois – Founded In 1857
Immaculate Conception Parish of Tamaroa, Illinois – Founded in 1904

October 6, 2019

We hope your stay in our area is pleasant and enjoyable .
We pray for your safety on your return travel back home.

The Beauty of the Christian Marriage
How beautiful, then, the marriage of two Christians, two who are one in home, one in desire, one in the way of life they follow, one in the religion they practice…
Nothing divides them either in flesh or in spirit…They pray together, they worship together, they fast together; instructing one another, encouraging one another, strengthening one another. Side by side they visit God’s church and partake God’s banquet, side by side they face difficulties and persecution, share their consolations. They have no secrets from one another; they never shun each other’s company; they never bring sorrow to each other’s hearts…Seeing this, Christ rejoices. To such as these He gives His peace. Where there are two together, there also He is present. 3rd Century theologian, Tertullian

Miracles of Faith

Besides being cured, what do Nathan (first reading) and the leper who thanked Jesus (Gospel) have in common? Both of them began to believe. Nathan proclaims Israel’s God to be the only God. The only leper who returned to thank Jesus was “glorifying God in a loud voice” (Luke 17:15). It makes me wonder, what miracles do we see that help us grow in faith?

For an answer, we can look at a second thing they had in common: they both asked for help. Sometimes we get caught up in self-sufficiency mode, thinking we have to handle all our problems by ourselves. We may miss out on ways to solve those problems by not asking for help. If you think asking for help is a sign of weakness, you may be missing a chance for God to act through one of your friends and give you support. And, of course, you can ask God for help in prayer.

We may have friends who help us in times of need or inspire us with their faith, but we have to decide to make a leap of faith ourselves. The third thing that Nathan and the leper did in common was express their faith. You can spend your whole life thinking that you are a Christian, but if you never express that faith, it will be just a theory. St. Paul in the second reading, for example, was suffering in prison, but he didn’t mind because his suffering demonstrated the importance of Jesus’ message to him. So he wrote from prison in the hope that other Christians would be encouraged in their faith. Perhaps you know of someone who inspired you with their faithfulness and dedication. Having a friend who helps us grow in faith can be a very nice miracle indeed.

Tom Schmidt, Copyright (c) J. S. Paluch Co.


Sacred Heart

Saturday: October 12 – Weekday
4:30 – 4:45 pm Confessions
5:00 pm Mass

  • Steve Riggio by Mary, Matt, Mike
  • Mimi Alongi by Dorothy & Family

Sunday, October 13

8:30 am Mass

  • Kathryn Norris by Janet Bowlin

Monday, October 14 – Weekday
Saint Callistus I, Pope, Martyr

6:45 am Mass

  • Wilbur Hemmer by the Parish
    Martha Roznowski by Jon & Debbie Olinger

Tuesday, October 15 – Weekday
Saint Teresa of Jesus, Virgin, Doctor of the Church

6:30 am Mass

  • John R. Alongi by Larry & Chris Hutson 

Wednesday, October 16 – Weekday
Saint Hedwig, Religious; Saint Margaret Mary Alacoque, Virgin

5:30 pm Mass

  • Martha Roznowski by KC #1298

Thursday, October 17 – Weekday
Saint Ignatius of Antioch, Biship, Martyr

6:45 am Mass

  • Donna Toler by Leroy & Mae Rieckenberg

Friday, October 18 – Weekday

8:00 am Mass

  • Kathryn Norris by John & Mary Iffert

Saturday: October 19 – Weekday
Saints John de Brebeuf and Issac Jogues, Priests, and Companions, Martyrs
4:30 – 4:45 pm Confessions
5:00 pm Mass

  • Eugene Majarocon by Tony & Tess Jones
  • John Jones by Tony & Tess Jones
  • Vincent Solis by Tony & Tess Jones
  • In Memory of Deceased members of CDA Ct. #795

Sunday, October 20
8:30 am Mass:

  • In Honor of CDA Court #795
  • Jacob Craig by Betty & Brenda

Sacred Heart

USHERS for the Month of October:

Saturday – Jim Campanella, Jeremy Cornett, Allen Reeves, Gary Brock

Sunday – David Martin, Jon Olinger, Tony Kellerman, Betty Eastman

Saturday, October 19th

Gift Bearers: Jenny Fronek & Liz Woodside Servers: Maddie & Owen Cornett
Lector: Lisa Mohr
Extraordinary Ministers: Ron Mann, Kelly Paxton, Cyrilla Prusacki, Kathy Scaglione©

Saturday, October 20th – 10:00 am Mass

Gift Bearers: Tim & Renee Cobin Servers: Blayke Spencer & Eli Furlow Lector: Mary Beth Lane Extraordinary Ministers: Chris Kelley, Shonna Spencer, Margie Born, David Martin©

Saturday, October 12

Sunday, October 13
8:00 am – Rite of Candisy at Cathedral of St. Peter
6:30 pm Living Rosary at Sacred Heart Church

Monday, October 14
8am – 12 pm Quilting at Haffner Hall
6:00 pm CDA meeting

Tuesday, October 15
8am – 12 pm Quilting at Haffner Hall
12:15 pm – St. Mother Theresa Cursillo at Haffner Hall
5:30 pm Parish Council meeting at Haffner Hall

Wednesday, October 16
7:00 am – 8:00 pm Eucharistic Adoration
6 – 8 pm PSR Class (Mass begins at 5:30 pm)
6:00 pm Chicken & Dumpling follow up meeting at hall
6:00 pm Capital Planning II meet at school library 

Thursday, October 17
6:00 pm Choir practice
6:00 pm RCIA: Sacraments: Baptism & Confirmation 

Friday, October 18
Knights of Columbus Rib sale

Saturday, October 19
Second Collection: World Mission Sunday Knights of Columbus Rib sale

Sunday, October 20
Second Collection: World Mission Sunday
CDA (Catholic Daughters of America) Sunday
1:00 pm Immaculate Conception Quilt & Cash Bingo
6:30 – 7:30 pm Youth Group meeting at school

Please continue to keep Fr. Walter
in your hearts and in your prayers!

Immaculate Conception

Saturday: October 12 – Weekday
4:30 – 4:45 pm Confessions at Sacred Heart
5:00 pm Mass at Sacred Heart

  • Steve Riggio by Mary, Matt, Mike
  • Mimi Alongi by Dorothy & Family

Sunday, October 13th

8:30 am Mass
6:30 pm Living Rosary at Sacred Heart Church

  • Clarence Majewski by Phyllis
  • Carol Bowlin by Phyllis
  • Mike & Marilyn Woodside (45th Wedding Anniversary)

Monday, October 14 – Weekday
Saint Callistus I, Pope, Martyr

Tuesday, October 15 – Weekday
Saint Teresa of Jesus, Virgin, Doctor of the Church

Wednesday, October 16 – Weekday
Saint Hedwig, Religious; Saint Margaret Mary Alacoque, Virgin

5:30 pm Mass at Sacred Heart

  • Martha Roznowski by KC #1298

Thursday, October 17 – Weekday
Saint Ignatius of Antioch, Biship, Martyr

6:00 pm Parish Council/Finance Committee meeting

Friday: October 18 – Weekday

Saturday: October 19 – Weekday
Saints John de Brebeuf and Issac Jogues, Priests, and Companions, Martyrs

4:30 – 4:45 pm Confessions at Sacred Heart
5:00 pm Mass at Sacred Heart

  • Eugene Majarocon by Tony & Tess Jones
  • John Jones by Tony & Tess Jones
  • Vincent Solis by Tony & Tess Jones
  • In Memory of Deceased members of CDA Ct. #795

Sunday, October 20
8:30 am Mass

  • Bill Harris by His family

1:00 pm – Immaculate Conception Quilt & Cash Bingo
6:30 -7:30 pm Youth Group meeting at Sacred Heart school

Immaculate Conception

Sunday, October 20 – 8:30 AM Mass

Extraordinary Ministers: Janet George, Janet Harris, Mary Nippe
Lector: Tiffany Kujawa
Sweet Treats: Carolyn Hiller


1. Office Hours: Thursdays from 8AM to 2PM – When office is closed, please call 542-3423 (Sacred Heart) for assistance.

2. Planned Giving: Would you consider Immaculate Conception Church in your will or trust? Do you have an insurance policy that no longer fits your needs? You can donate it to Immaculate Conception Church and receive tax benefits as well as the satisfaction of helping the future of our parishes.

IC Parish Hall Rental Rates

$25/hr – Parishioner
$40/hr – Non-Parishioner
$100 deposit


OCTOBER 20TH, 2019


The Immaculate Conception Annual Quilt & Cash Bingo will be held on Sunday, October 20th, 2019! Doors open at 11:00 am with food available for purchase. Bingo begins a 1:00 pm. If you have raffle tickets to turn in, please contact Tiffany Kujawa or Diana Majewski.

Please Pray For . . .

The family of Adelyn Jones still needs your prayers.
Adelyn’s mommy & daddy – Olivia & Eric Jones, are still asking everyone to pray for their 5 year old daughter who was diagnosed the summer of 2017 with leukemia. Adelyn is doing well but could still use your prayers.

Please be a prayer soldier in Princess Addy’s Army!
Follow her progress at:

Nursing Home:  Marcia Stacey, Lynn Finn, Regina “Jeannie” Davison, Connie Horst, Sam Chapman, Wanda Jones, Liz Van Zandt, Shirley Forys, Bobby Hawkins, Marie Dubravek.

Sick: Josh Ritter, Sally Fontana, Linda Meyer, John Croessman, Adelyn Jones, Tammy Holford, Shirley Cucchi, Juanita Ray, Loretta Schneider, Norma Martin, John Dale, Steve Richardson, Sondra Kuberski, Crystal Hurt, Jim Getzie, Betty Moss, Ann Huff, Laura Porter, Joan Kowalski, Danette Mohr, Jeremy Cobin, Janet Bowlin, Susan Heape, Linda Huffman, Terry Chastain, Joann Isom, Mary Iffert, Dorothy Hoffman, Devoney Alvis, James Feger, Fred Hickham, Jetta Overos, Gordon Huffman, Rose Pestka, Harland Gerber, Sylvia Cruz, Rev. Msgr. Ken Schaefer, Teri Sims, Alene Dowling, Keith Johannes, Rev. Joseph Rascher. Names will remain in bulletin for 1 month.

Military Personnel: Col. Aaron S. Cowley, SSgt. Jordan Keller, MGSgt (ret.) Thomas D. Sims , Sgt. Derek S. Sims, ITS1(SS/AW) John Kelley, SSgt. Patrick Kelley, SPC Mark Yanez, PV2 Jared Albers, Lt. Col. Carly Sims , Lt. Col. Cory Jones, Sgt. 1st. Cl. Caleb VanVoorhis, SSgt Tyler Jeffers, Lance Cpl. Drew Ferguson, Petty Ofc. 3rd Class Clayton Wyciskalla, Lance Corporal Noah Mabry U.S.M.C., Major Andrew Martin, USAF Airman E-1 Hunter Hill .

Sympathy is extended to Family of
Maryann Harbin
who passed away on October 4th
May she rest in peace.
Please keep her family in your prayers

Groups News:

PSR News:
Our next PSR class is this week – Wednesday, October 16th. See you there!

High School Youth News
October 20th: 1st gathering @ 6:30-7:30 in school building

October 13
– The parishes of Sacred Heart and Immaculate Conception are praying a Living Rosary on Sunday evening, October 13th at 6:30 pm at Sacred Heart Church. A minimum of about 60 people are needed to represent each bead of the rosary by holding a lit candle. If you and your family members would like to hold a candle and represent a bead of the rosary, please join us and pray this beautiful prayer to our Mother Mary.

October 14 – CDA meeting October 14th is scheduled to begin at 6:00 pm with the rosary (note time change). Committee members are Margie, Pat C., Carol C. Marion E., Phyllis, Lisa & Dorothy P. Prospective new members & guests are always welcome! Just a reminder that the Living Rosary is being held on Sunday evening October 13th & CDA members will again form a decade – please make plans to join us.

October 18 – The KC will again sell ribs and chicken quarters. A side of ribs is $18 and chicken quarters are $5. The sale will be on October 18th & 19th. To order please contact: Sam Loiacono 967-0275; Lindon Paxton 559-3848; or Al Martin 542-8139

Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults

RCIA classes began, but there is still time to join.

Each year on Holy Saturday during the Easter Vigil, thousands are baptized into the Catholic Church in the United States. Parishes welcome these new Catholics through the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA). USCCB.org. Do you know someone who is seeking a relationship with Christ the Savior? Someone who has fallen away from their faith and is searching for more? Don’t be afraid to ask them to Come & See what RCIA is all about. Classes will be beginning this September. Call the rectory if you would like to see what the Holy Spirit has in store for you!!

News For This Week:


Due to the Immaculate Conception Quilt & Cash Bingo on October 20th, the Mass times will be changed on Sunday, October 20th. The Mass at Sacred Heart will be at 10 am and the Mass at Immaculate Conception will be at 8:30 am.


When a priest celebrates Mass each day, he offers each celebration of the Eucharist for a particular person, or intention. By doing so he applies special graces from God upon that person or intention.

Would you like to offer a mass for someone special? If so, please contact Kelly at the office (Thursday 496-5867 or any other day 542-3423). Mass intentions are $10 per person.

The Catholic Service and Ministry Appeal…

YOUR GIFT to The Catholic Service and Ministry Appeal helps Gerry Hasenstab and the staff of Catholic Urban Programs (CUP) provide food, clothing, shelter and assistance of every kind to people who lack the basic necessities of life to survive – 30,400 individuals and 4,213 families were served just last year!! If you haven’t yet done so, consider making a gift today to The Appeal and enable Catholic Urban to continue their important work.

The Catholic Service and Ministry Appeal…
Blessed to receive, chosen to give

Please donate generously to make our goal at Sacred Heart of $12,700 (90% thus far) and Immaculate Conception $1,650 (79% thus far) so it can reflect a positive image and not a negative image since it is published in the Messenger Newspaper. This is an ongoing annual collection which goes toward helping the poor in our diocese all throughout the year. It also helps support Seminarians in our diocese with education and formation. We are grateful for your generosity.

Memorial Bricks/Remembrance Bricks

Sacred Heart will be selling Memorial/Remembrance Bricks to line the sidewalk in the newly created Memorial Garden between the Church and School. Names of family, friends, parents, grandparents or children can be inscribed on 4″x8″ bricks with 12 characters per line with a maximum of 3 lines for $75.00 or 8″x8″ bricks with 12 characters per line with a maximum of 6 lines for $150.00. Contact Kelly Paxton (542-3423) at the church office for details.

Catholic Urban Programs needs volunteers:

Monday mornings – 9:00 a.m. – 12 Noon – Front Desk -answering the phone/handling intakes for the food pantry.

Wednesday mornings – 9:00 a.m. – 12 Noon – Front Desk -good people skills/ability to multi-task

This is a great opportunity to use your gifts to help those in need. If you are interested and would like additional information, please contact Gerry Hasenstab at 618 -398-5616 or email him at cup@diobelle.org


October 12 – St. Michael the Archangel Church, Radom is sponsoring a Rosary Rally. Please join us in praying for our nation on Saturday, Oct. 12, 2019 at 3 PM. The Public Rosary Rally will take place outside, unless of inclement weather, then it will be held in the church. Contact Mary Dreas, 521-6169 for more information.

We need your help….

Are you interested in helping to purchase a resource book for those in the parish who are Bible readers and those engaged in pastoral ministry? We would like to purchase “The Paulist Biblical Commentary”.

If you would be interested in donating towards this $149.95 resource book, please place your donation in an envelope marked ‘Biblical Commentary’ and drop in the offertory basket.

St. Charles Borromeo
St. Theresa Altar Sodality Quilt & Cash Bingo

October 13 – Quilt & Cash Bingo -Sunday, October 13, 2019
At The Knights of Columbus Hall, DuBois, IL Doors open 11:00 am – Games begin 1:00pm (paper cards) Cake and basket Raffles, Lunch will be available.

Honor your Loved Ones on All Souls Day 2019

Deadline, October 17 – It’s not too late to Honor your Loved Ones on All Souls Day 2019 with your personalized All Souls Tribute in The Messenger. Tributes will appear in the October 31st publication of The Messenger. Please send clearly printed names of your deceased loved ones with a $10 donation for each name to The Messenger, 2620 Lebanon Ave., Belleville, IL 62221. Deadline is Oct 17th. For questions call 722-5047. To subscribe to The Messenger, go to www.bellevillemessenger.org.

St. Charles CDA Rosary

October 20 – The Catholic Daughters of America court 1790 ask all to join us in saying the rosary before the 8:00am Mass at St. Charles on Sunday, October 20. CDA members are asked to sit in front and to wear white. We will be serving coffee, juice and doughnuts after Mass. Everyone is invited!!


Make a friend. Be a friend. Bring a friend to Christ!

October 24 – On the weekend of October 24th – 27th, several parishioners will be attending this years Cursillo held at the Kings House Retreat & Renewal Center in Belleville. Please pray for Betty Eastman, Deborah Chastian, Mitchelle Calderon, Renee Cobin, Antoinette Payne, Lisa Mohr, Diana Majewski, Janet Harris, and Nicole Worthington as they experience what Cursillo will bring into their life. Also please pray for team members Mary Beth Lane and Kathy Krisfaluzy as they help guide these ladies on their journey.

For more information on Cursillo in the Belleveille diocese please go to http://bellevillecursillo.org/.

St. Barbara Church Quilt & Cash Bingo

October 27 – St. Barbara Church in Scheller will be having a Quilt & Cash Bingo at the K of C hall in DuBois on Sunday, October 27th. Doors open at 11 am and games start at 1:00 pm.


November 9 – The Newman Center Auxiliary is hosting its Annual Fall Gala on Saturday, November 9th. The event will include a catered prime rib dinner by the Knights of Columbus, music and dancing to the Nine88 Band, and a silent auction to help raise money for the Newman Catholic Student Center at SIU-Carbondale. The Gala will be held at the Newman Center and will begin with hors d’oeuvres at 6 pm. Dinner will be served at 7 pm, and the silent auction will run from 6-8 pm. Tickets are $40 per person. For reservations or more information, contact Susan at the Newman Center at (618)529-3311 by November 4th.

Discernment Pilgrimage

January 2-8, 2020 – The Office of Vocations is planning an exciting opportunity for discerners. Men ages 18-29 who are curious about the priesthood are invited to accompany Fr. Stan Konieczny and Fr. Nick Junker on “The Footsteps of St. Junipero Serra: A Discernment Pilgrimage” January 2-8, 2020. We will be visiting the Serra Missions in southern California where we will discuss and pray about vocations together. For more information please contact: Rev. Nicholas G. Junker, Vocation Director, Diocese of Belleville, IL at (618) 722-5035.

Chicken & Dumpling Family Dinner


I am always amazed the day of our Annual Chicken and Dumpling Dinner at Sacred Heart. The number of individuals that help the days before, in the wee hours on Sunday morning, dinner time, the hours after we close, and the day after to make it another successful dinner.My heart is full and I truly appreciate each and everyone of you from our youth to our rocks of the church!

Debbie Manino – 2019 Chairperson

St. Bruno
Catholic School News

Learn more about St. Bruno Catholic School at www.stbrunoschool.com

Upcoming Dates

October 11 – no afternoon bus
October 15 – no school

Perry County Marketplace Receipts

St. Bruno School is collecting all Perry County Marketplace receipts dated Sept 1 forward to earn prizes. Receipts can be given to any St. Bruno parent or dropped at the rectory.

St. Bruno School
Gun of the Month & Calendar Lottery

$20 will get you a monthly chance to win the gun of the month or $400. PLUS a daily $20 drawing! That’s only $20 for 365 chances to win!!!!! Please contact any St. Bruno School parent to purchase.

St. Bruno School Dinner & Auction

November 9 – Please save the date for the annual dinner & auction November 9. Donations are needed for the live and silent auctions. If you’d like to donate please call the school at 357-8276 or contact any St. Bruno Parent.

Thank You for your continued support! Please pray for the success and longevity of St. Bruno Catholic School!

Respect Life Corner:

Forty Days for Life Campaign Saves more than 16,004 babies

The Forty Days for Life Campaign has been successful in saving the lives of thousands of babies nationally since it began more than ten years ago.

In one city alone, Charlotte, NC, the lives of 46 children were saved because of prayer, witness, and a courageous move by a local pregnancy center. A local pregnancy center parks its mobile ultrasound RV outside the abortion center. Since the size of the RV makes it almost impossible to ignore, it has encouraged so many women to step inside, reject abortion and choose LIFE for their babies. Prayer works!

Nearly 200 abortion workers have quit since the beginning of 40 Days for Life and more than 100 abortion facilities have closed nationwide. In fact, abortion rates in America have hit an all-time low! In 2017, an estimated 862,320 abortions were performed in the U.S. down from more than a million in 2011. The abortion rate (abortions per 1,000 women) has also decreased from 16.9 in 2011 to 13.5 in 2017.

Learn, Act, Connect, Pray: Read about social justice issues. Saving the lives of the unborn belong in this category. Sign up to take a hour or two weekly at your nearest 40 Days for Life campaign. Email info@40daysforlife.com for more information. Start a discussion with other parishioners after Mass for awareness. Attend an adoration hour and pray for the dignity of all life in all its stages and situations. Or, start a group to pray the rosary for LIFE. The Rosary is the world prayer to end abortion – The Rosary. Ask Mary, the Mother of God, to touch the hearts and minds of our legislators and voters to Choose LIFE.

If you know someone who can no longer attend mass, is sick, or homebound but who would like a visit or to receive Communion, please contact Kelly at the rectory office by calling 542-3423, or sending an email to sacredheartduquoin@gmail.com. And if you would like to help by visiting some of those that are homebound, please contact the office also. Together we can celebrate the Year of Mercy!

Televised Sunday Mass

A televised Sunday Mass is now airing on ABC Family from 5:30 A.M. to 6:00 A.M. each Sunday morning. The Sunday Mass is produced by the Passionist Fathers and Brothers out of New York City and in available nationally on local affiliates. This is a special ministry, particularly for the elderly and the infirmed. It’s also available online:  http://thesundaymass.org

EWTN Global Catholic Network

Originally known as the Eternal Word Television Network, EWTN provides inspirational talk shows, original Catholic teaching series, animated programs for kids, live church coverage and documentaries. Tune in to channel 261 on DISH Network Satellite TV, channel 370 on DirecTV, and channel 94 for NewWave Communications for all EWTN has to offer or go to:  http://www.ewtn.com/tv/

Parish Staff
for both Churches

Reverend Joseph Oganda
– Pastor of
Sacred Heart Church
Immaculate Conception

Kelly Paxton
– Secretary:
Sacred Heart
Immaculate Conception

Tony Kellerman
– Maintenance:
Sacred Heart
Immaculate Conception

Jeremy Cornett
– Parish Council President
Sacred Heart

Tiffany Kujawa
– Parish Council President
Immaculate Conception

Mary Beth Lane
– Coord. of Religious Education
Sacred Heart

Coach Allen Martin
– Youth Minister
Sacred Heart

Parish Contact Information
for both Churches

17 N. Walnut, Du Quoin, IL 62832
Rectory Phone – 618-542-3423
Rectory Fax – 618-542-5061

Email – sacredheartduquoin@gmail.com

Sacred Heart Catholic Church:
100 West Main St., Du Quoin, IL 62832
Phone – 618-542-3423
Haffner Hall rental – 618-542-3423

Haffner Hall Phone – 618-542-2285
16 N. Walnut, Du Quoin, IL 62832
Parish Council President – 618-542-6298

Immaculate Conception Catholic Church
533 W 2nd North St, Tamaroa, IL 62888
Phone – 618-496-5867

Immaculate Conception Hall rental
– 618-496-5867
Parish Council President
– 618-559-1078

– Suzanne McCrary


1. Baptism – During or after weekend Masses by appointment. Must be a registered member and attend baptismal preparation session.

2. Marriage – You must notify the Pastor at least six months prior to preferred wedding date. The sooner the better, since it will give you more time to prepare. This is a diocesan rule. Please do not consider yourself an exception.

3. Reconciliation – See Mass schedule or anytime by appointment.

4. 2019 Parish Council: President: Jeremy Cornett;
Vice President: Gary Brock; Secretary: Betty Eastman
Members: Margie Born, Tony Jones, Joe Lane, Sam Loiacono, Debbie Olinger
Trustees: David Martin and Kathy Scaglione

5. Social Justice Collection – benefit the Food Pantry, Weekend Warriors, Community Clothes Closet, and Sister Parish will be taken up the first Sunday of every month. Please give generously.

6. Family Registration: Please inform the rectory of changes you may have, example: adult children that have moved away from parent’s home, address change, phone number change (removal of house phone), cell phone added or a name change (married). This would be most helpful to ensure ALL parishioners can be included in our Church Family functions. You may call the rectory 542-3423 or place changes in the collection basket. Family Registration may also be picked up in the foyer.

7. Parish Priest and Ministers of the care visit those who are homebound, nursing home residents and hospital patients. If you or someone you know would like a visit please contact the rectory 542-3423.


Every other Wednesday
7:00 am – 8:00 pm
Sacred Heart Church

Praying to the Lord! What a beautiful feeling that brings to your life!
If you would like to experience this feeling – come enjoy Eucharistic Adoration!