Sacred Heart Parish of Du Quoin, Illinois – Founded In 1857
Immaculate Conception Parish of Tamaroa, Illinois – Founded in 1890

JULY 18, 2021

We hope your stay in 0ur area is pleasant and enjoyable .
We pray for your safety on your return travel back home

Click here to read: Diocese of Belleville – Phase 5 Guidelines

Phase 5 short version

Andrew said to Jesus,
“There is a boy here who has five barley loaves and two fish;
but what good are these for so many?”

Each of us can say: “Surrounded, led and guided by the friends of God…
I do not have to carry alone what, in truth, I could never carry alone.
All the saints of God are there to protect me, to sustain me

“Pope Francis Apostolic Letter:
“Gaudete et exsultate,” On the call to holiness in today’s world”

The Prophet’s Profit

It’s no coincidence that the first reading shows the prophet Elisha feeding a crowd of people like Jesus in the gospel. If you want to compare miracles, Elisha did his first, but Jesus did it better. Elisha had a hundred people to feed with twenty barley loaves and a handful of fresh grain. Jesus had five thousand people and only five loaves and a couple fish. So was Jesus trying to show up Elisha?

Neither Jesus nor Elisha ever did a miracle for their own benefit. The very next story in 2 Kings about Elisha is the one where he cured Naaman, the king’s servant, of leprosy. (2 Kgs 5:1:19) When Naaman realized he was cured, he came back to Elisha and offered him a gift in thanksgiving. Elisha refused the gift, because it would imply that Elisha did the miracle, while the prophet knew that God had cured him. Jesus also refused to benefit from feeding the crowds. They came to take him away and make him king, but he went up to his place of prayer on the mountain.

Jesus’ miracle of feeding the five thousand was not done just for the crowd. He was using it to teach the disciples something important. He knew there would be times when they felt they were not holy enough or good enough preachers, to spread the gospel over the world. So he showed them what God can do with our meager abilities.

There are millions of people hungry for the good news that Jesus brings to the world. Remember the miracle of the loaves when you only have a few dollars to give to the missions, when you’re not sure you know enough to teach someone about Jesus, when you don’t know how to invite someone to come back to church. And remember that you do those things, not to make you look holy, but to let God show his loving power.

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


Come and see what is happening with our newest parish project! Fr. Joseph will be blessing our new store located in the Sacred Heart School building after mass on Saturday, June 26th. There will be an open house after masses so that everyone can come and see the progress and take a tour before the store’s grand opening on July 1st!

Watch Your Giving Grow as You Help Us Grow Our Ministry!

If you give through ParishSOFT Giving – our secure giving program, accessible from the church website – you can watch your giving grow this season… and throughout the year! When you create a login, your gift and pledge history will be stored so that you can access it at any time. This will allow you to accurately assess how much you’re giving to which fund so that you can make informed decisions and plan your future gifts. It also helps us in the church office, there’s much less processing for online gifts than for envelope gifts! Here’s how:


We’re pleased to announce that Sacred Heart and Immaculate Conception now provides online giving through software called ParishSOFT Giving. This is a convenient and safe way to make a onetime or recurring donation. Getting started is easy—just visit our website, www.sacredheart-duquoin.org and click our Online Giving link on the top bar.

All parishioners will first click on the Fund button and make a selection from the drop down menu. For weekly envelopes,  select PARISH.  A SUB FUND button will open.  When you click on the Sub Fund button, another drop down menu will appear and you will find ENVELOPE and a few more choices. Parishioners of Sacred heart will select ENVELOPE for weekly gifts. Parishioners of Immaculate Conception will find an ’Immaculate Conception’ link further down in the drop-down window, you will select that so your gift will be for Immaculate Conception gifts. Immaculate Conception parishioners will only be able to do online giving for the weekly envelope.

When you participate, your gift will transfer directly into the appropriate parish bank account. You won’t have to remember to write a check or stop by the ATM on Sundays! If you manage your bills online, why not give to your church online? It’s safe and secure, and you decide exactly when your gift is made and where it goes. 

If you have any questions please feel free to call the office and we will help you!

Sacred Heart

Saturday, July 24 – Weekday
Saint Sharbel Makhluf, Priest

4:25 – 4:45 pm Confession
5:00 pm Mass Intention

Ermalinda Magnuson by Joe Cucchi Sponsors of CES

Sunday, July 25

8:00 am Rosary
8:30 am Mass Intention

  • Herman & Mary Eisenhauer by Al & Sharon Martin
  • Robert Purcell by Darrie & George Purcell
  • Sponsors of CES

Monday, July 26 – Weekday
Saints Joachim and Anne

No Mass

  • Parents of the Blessed Virgin Mary

Tuesday, July 27 – Weekday
6:30 am Mass

  • Don Payne by Sam & Pam Loiacono
  • Sponsors of CES

Wednesday, July 28 – Weekday
5:30 pm Mass

  • Esther Balch by John & Sharon Childs
  • Sponsors of CES

Thursday, July 29 – Weekday
Saint Martha

6:45 am Mass

  • Randy Mohr by Tom & Chris Kelley
  • Sponsors of CES

Friday, July 30 – Weekday
Saint Peter Chrysologus, Bishop, Doctor of the Church

8:00 am Mass

  • Norma Martin by Gary & Debbie Furlow
  • Sponsors of CES

Saturday, July 31 – Weekday
Saint Ignatius of Loyola, Priest

4:25 – 4:45 pm Confession
5:00 pm Mass Intention

  • Fr Peter Balili by Tony & Tess Jones
  • Nancy Tasky by Tony & Tess Jones
  • Sponsors of CES

Sunday, August 1

8:00 am Rosary
8:00 – 8:15 am Confession
8:30 am Mass Intention

  • John Alongi by The Family
  • Sponsors of CES


Confessions are now being held in the Confessional at church. Please remember to wear a mask and leave the door slightly open.

Sacred Heart

Ushers for month of July
Saturday: Allen Reeves, Jeremy Cornett, Harold Calderon, Steve McCrary
Sunday: Jim Derby, Sam Loiacono, Jon Olinger, Don Harsy

Ushers for month of August
Saturday: Paul Martin, Rex Duncan, Tony Jones, Allen Reaves
Sunday: Rockne Berg, Steve Marek, Joe Lane, Tim Cobin

Saturday, July 31st 

Lector: Doris Rottschalk 
Extraordinary Ministers: Priest, Doris Rottschalk & Lisa Mohr©

Sunday, August 1st 

Lector: Allen Martin 
Extraordinary Ministers: Priest, Allen Martin & JoAnn Isom©

Saturday, July 24
9:30 am Pickleball at gym

Sunday, July 25
First World Day of Grandparents and the Elderly

Monday, July 26
8:00 am – 12:00 pm Quilting at Haffner Hall 9-11 am Drop off at St. Joseph Thrift Store
5-7 pm Drop off at St. Joseph Thrift Store

Tuesday, July 27
8:00 am – 12:00 pm Quilting at Haffner Hall

Wednesday, July 28
7:00 am – 5:00 pm Eucharistic Adoration 8:30 am Pickleball at gym

Thursday, July 29
6:00 pm Choir

Friday, July 30
Office Closed at noon

Saturday, July 31
Second Collection: Social Justice 9:30 am Pickleball at gym

Sunday, August 1
Second Collection: Social Justice

Immaculate Conception

Saturday, July 24 – Weekday
Saint Sharbel Makhluf, Priest

Sunday, July 25

10:00 am Mass Intention

  • John Pestka by Randall & Luanne Waring
  • Larry & Shirley Smelter – 50th Wedding Anniversary
  • Sponsors of CES

Monday, July 26 – Weekday
Saints Joachim and Anne,
Parents of the Blessed Virgin Mary

Tuesday, July 27 – Weekday

Wednesday, July 28 – Weekday 

Thursday, July 29 – Weekday
Saint Martha 

Friday, July 30 – Weekday
Saint Peter Chrysologus, Bishop, Doctor of the Church

Saturday, July 31 – Weekday
Saint Ignatius of Loyola, Priest

Sunday, August 1

10:00 am Mass Intention
Second Collection – Maintenance

  • Parish Family
  • Sponsors of CES

Immaculate Conception

Sunday, August 1 

Lector: Mandy Robinson
Sweet Treats: Janet Harris


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 – returned after event if no damage.

Confession at Immaculate Conception

During this time of uncertainty celebrating the sacrament of Reconciliation can be comforting. Confessions will be heard in the flower room west of the altar either before mass or after mass. Please wait in the room for Fr. Joseph. If he does not see you, please alert him that you are there for confession.

Immaculate Conception Quilt & Cash Bingo is back this year on October 17th, 2021!! Quilt donations are now being accepted. Please contact Diana Majewski at 318-1306. Stay tuned for more details to come!

Please Pray For . . .

Nursing Home: Lynn Finn, Connie Horst, Shirley Forys, Marie Dubravek, Rosalea Prusacki, Anna Roberts, Mary Ellen Helmer, Reathal Beard.

Sick: Juanita Ray, John Dale, Jim Getzie, Joan Kowalski, Terry Chastain, James Feger, Gary Brock, Karen May, Sheilia Teriet, Richard Martin, Merry Jo Arvai, Brynlee Brewer, Bob Stewart, Reathal Beard, George Ciganovich, John Nehrkorn, Dorothy Bailey, Addi Darnell, Dorothy Alongi, Ron Darnell, Steve Porter, Rhonda Gilliam, Carl Giacomo, Matilda Harsy, Staci McBride, Diana Vonderbant, Ron Sherman, Chris Kelley, Suzanne Lipe, David Slover, Stacy Greer, Mary Iffert, April Muilenburg, Holly Eastman, Steve Moss, Lorraine Cutler, Shar Purcell, Robert Purcell, Adriana Nixon, Helen Mossa. 

Military Personnel: Col. Aaron S. Cowley, SSgt. Jordan Keller, MGSgt (ret.) Thomas D. Sims, Sgt. Derek S. Sims, ITS1(SS/AW) John Kelley, SPC Mark Yanez, PV2 Jared Albers, Lt. Col. Carly Sims, Sgt. 1st. Cl. Caleb VanVoorhis, SSgt Tyler Jeffers, Lance Corporal Noah Mabry U.S.M.C., Major Andrew Martin, USAF Airman E-1 Hunter Hill, Master Sergeant & Medical Intel. NCOIC Terry E. Chastain Jr., Nick Depyatic (Airforce), Garrison Alvis (Marines).

Congratulations and welcome
Karsen May Bleyer
who was Baptized July 17th 
Surrounded by her family 
Karsen is the daughter of 
Anthony & Jennifer (Porter) Bleyer

Sympathy is extended to the
Family of Darrie & George Purcell
On the passing of Darrie’s father 
Robert Purcell 
who passed away July 13th
May he rest in peace.
Please keep his family in your prayers

Groups News:

Funeral Dinner Committee

Parishioners will be called for making food dishes and working. Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated. If you would like to help or contribute any time, please call:

Theresa Swain: 775-934-6366
Patty Reaves: 618-542-6895
Rita Riggio: 618-571-2132
Barb Craft: 618-571-4562
Cyrilla Prusacki: 618-542-3422

PSR Classes

Coordinator of Religious Education Needed

Our PSR program was very successful this year and we are looking forward to another faith filled year with our students beginning this fall. In order to make this happen, we are searching for someone to take the CRE position for the upcoming school year. We are also searching for new teachers. If you would be interested, please contact the parish office at 542-3423.

Thank you to all the individuals, families, and groups that packed and delivered the bags. A huge thank you to Barb and Roger Craft for shopping for us.

We are blessed to have generous parishioners who donate monthly to the Social Justice collection. Sacred Heart was able to help 20 needy children weekly during this school year. Thanks again to all and please continue to support this worthwhile program.

Allen and Patty Reaves


Are you, or do you know of someone who is interested in learning more about the Catholic faith?

Sacred Heart/Immaculate Conception and St. Bruno’s will begin classes for the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults soon. These classes meet weekly from August until Easter. You do not have to join the Church. You can just find out more about Catholic faith. If you are interested, please call Kelly at Sacred Heart/Immaculate Conception (542-3423) or Christine Kelley at 559-6581.


Is one of your favorite times to be in Church when it’s quiet and you are alone with your thoughts to the Lord? Then why not come and enjoy that feeling of warmth and love a couple of times a month and join Eucharistic Adoration held at Sacred Heart Church? You can pray, just talk to God or just simply listen to what He has to tell you.

Many have asked why we have a schedule of Adorers. It is because once the Body of Christ is placed into the Monstrance and it is displayed on the altar, it cannot be left alone. Anyone can come at anytime, stay as long as they wish. We are, however, looking for someone to fill a couple of hours during our Adoration time. If you are interested in participating in this devotion please call Lisa Mohr @ 542-4635. God Bless You.

Weekly News:


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.


During the year of St. Joseph (December 8, 2020 – December 8, 2021), Fr. Joseph will be going to the homes of our parishioners who would like their homes blessed.

There will be a sign-up sheet for times when he will be available to visit your home and give the blessing. The blessings will begin March 19th on the Feast of St. Joseph and run through November. 

  • They will take place for Sacred Heart Parishioners on Tuesdays between 9 am – 7 pm or Wednesdays between 9 am – 2 pm. Or you can contact Renee Cobin to set up a date and time for Fr. Joseph to come and do the blessing. 
  • For Immaculate Conception Parishioners this will take place on Thursdays from 9 am – 7 pm and you can contact Mary Heck to set up a date and time. 

As many of us get busy with our daily tasks, some may forget to sign up. If we do not hear from you, we will be making follow up calls to get you on the schedule if you would like to be added.


Monday July 26th – Drop off:
9-11 am Shawn Kellerman & Don Schutt 5-7 pm Kay Baker & Carol Collins
Thursday July 29th – Store Workers
9 am – 4 pm Angie Shivley & daughters and Paula Myers If you are interested in volunteering to help please contact Shawn Kellerman at 318-6164.

Thank you in advance for your willingness to make this work of charity a success!

St. Joseph Thrift Store
110 W. Main St.
Phone 618-414-8472 or parish office 542-3423


God has created me to do some definite service.
God has committed some work to me
which has not been committed to another.
I have a mission.

—John Henry Newman

Seventeenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Enough to Share.

So much in the gospel today. Large crowd following Jesus. Nearness of Passover, the remembering of rescue from slavery. The need to eat, thus, the need to provide a meal. A giving of bread and fish by a little boy. Bounty. Sharing. Wasting nothing. Right here in the heart of summer, it is time to read the letter of Pope Francis, Fratelli Tutti, on fraternity and social friendship. Download a free study guide from the USCCB: https://www.usccb.org/resources/fratellituttistudy-guide.

  • Even if it seems I may not have enough, what food can I share?
  • Even if it seems I may not have enough, what comfort can I provide for someone?
  • Even if it seems I may not have enough, what do I have that I will not waste, that I will gather up, save, and recycle?


St. Charles Church Picnic, Saturday, July 24, Du- Bois IL, Mass at 4:00 pm, Fried Chicken Dinner served 3 – 6:30 pm in the air-conditioned KC Hall, Carry Outs avail- able, Quilt/Cash Bingo at 4:00 pm, Grand Raffle to be drawn, Sandwiches & Cold Beverages available.

Cursillo in Christianity

Cursillo is the joyful proclamation of being Christian. It is a three day short course for laity and clergy within the Catholic Church. This weekend will enable you to join your life more fully to God and to constantly move toward sanctity in communion with your brothers and sisters.

The Cursillo Movement of the Belleville Diocese is once again convening Cursillo weekends for men and women:

Women’s Weekend: September 9-12, 2021 Men’s Weekend: September 30 – October 3, 2021

Love of God and love of neighbor are fundamental to living a Christian life. The foundation of these fundamentals derives from three essential encounters: the encounter with oneself, the encounter with Christ, and the encounter with others. Experience these three encounters on a Cursillo weekend! Please contact your parish representative for more information.

Sacred Heart and Immaculate Conception representative: Marie Schimanski 815-978-9419

The 2021 Catholic Service and Ministry Appeal

The 2021 Catholic Service and Ministry Appeal
-John 14:12

The homebound, sick and seniors living in eight counties in the southernmost part of the state are assured they will have food to eat thanks to Daystar Community Program’s mobile food pantry, which delivers groceries on a regular basis to those not able to visit Daystar’s on-site food pantry. YOUR GIFT to The Catholic Service and Ministry Appeal makes Daystar’s truly life- saving ministry possible. If you haven’t already done so, please donate today and help Daystar to serve truly the poorest of the poor; they are counting on YOU!

St. Vincent de Paul Needs Paper Goods

The Society of St. Vincent de Paul has a tremendous need for paper products: Styrofoam plates and soup bowls, Styrofoam or paper cups (8-ounce), Paper napkins

These items are used in serving our area’s poor at Cosgrove’s Soup Kitchen and the SVDP Night-Time Drop -In Center. Donations can be dropped off at:

St. Vincent de Paul Office 8800 West Main Street, Belleville, Illinois
(across from Blessed Sacrament Church)

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday
or Friday, 9:00 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.
St. Vincent de Paul Thrift Store/Soup Kitchen

3718 State Street, East St. Louis, Illinois Monday-Friday 9:00 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.; Saturday 9:00 a.m. – 12 Noon

Holy Water

If you are in need of Holy Water, please contact the office for details on how you can receive some.

Keep Sacred Heart and Immaculate Conception in Mind During Your Summer Travels

Have fun on your summer vacations! We know you’ll be out of town for a few Sundays this summer, but that doesn’t mean you can’t participate through your regular tithes. With ParishSOFT Giving you can contribute from wherever you are…you can even set up payments in advance if you like! And when you give online, it helps us make our budget, even when attendance is low. Visit www.sacredheart-duquoin.orgfor the online giving link.


The Sacred Heart Capital Campaign (Keep The Faith Growing) aims to raise $200,000! As of now we have received $182,802 of the pledged amount. Thank you for your generosity.

Can you spare a couple of hours a week? (3-5pm) We are looking for help to start an after-school program for the students who attend St. Bruno School.

If you are interested, please contact Matt May (618.559.8639)


Don’t miss Bishop McGovern’s
inspiring column in every issue! Subscribe to the The Messenger at 618-233-8670. To subscribe online go to www.bellevillemessenger.org.


Anyone wishing to report an allegation of sexual misconduct by a priest or other diocesan personnel please call the hotline: 800-640-3044.


Are you looking for a way to further your devotion to Mary? A new ministry is forming at Sacred Heart/ Immaculate Conception making rosaries. We will have an informational meeting in August to discuss the details. Be watching for more information to come.

If you are interested in this ministry, please contact the parish office or Kathy Scaglione.

Mass for Maintenance/Custodial Workers

Bishop Michael McGovern is inviting paid and volunteer maintenance and custodial personnel to attend a special Mass to mark the Year of St. Joseph. Two Masses will be celebrated-Sunday, August 8, 8:30 a.m. at St. Mary Church in Belleville and Sunday, August 29, 5 p.m. at St. Mary the Immaculate Conception Church in Mt. Vernon. A reception will follow each Mass. We honor the Patron Saint of Workers by recognizing the paid and volunteer men and women behind-the-scenes in our diocesan parishes, schools, offices and cemeteries. If you are able to attend please contact the parish office as soon as possible to make reservations for you and your family or contact directly the diocesan Office of Worship at (618) 722-5040 or email: dclark@diobelle.org.


It is important to be registered in a parish so sacrament information can be logged and available for reference for any life event that occurs. Please pardon the oversight if you have not been receiving envelopes, or if there has been a life event (new to the parish, marriage, births, new addresses etc.) that we are unaware of. Give the office a call at 542-3423 and we will get you back on the registry and will answer any questions you may have.

St. Bruno
Catholic School News

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

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

SCRIP Cards available…

It was requested by several St. Bruno School families to make scrip available at Sacred Heart masses, we had people volunteer to help out, so we are making it happen. What is Scrip? Scrip is a gift card fundraiser that supports St. Bruno School. We sell gift cards at face value for you to use as gifts or everyday purchases, the company supplies the rebate to the school. NO EXTRA COST to you, but the school benefits! Please see Kellie May, Adrienne Pfeiffer, Christa McIntire or Victoria Elder in the vestibule after masses starting next week! We have local restaurants, chain restaurants, Walmart, Amazon, Old Navy/Gap and many, many more on hand.

Respect Life Corner – ” in the Second Reading from the Letter of St. Paul to the Ephesians, 4:1-6, St. Paul calls us to live in unity with the body of Christ; moral lives as one body in Christ. He lists the virtues to extoll in carrying out our mission to make Christian Catholic living a reality: humility, gentleness, patience and forbearance (moderation.) The letter also reminds us of the union we share in our Catholic faith: one body, one Spirit, one Lord, one faith, one Baptism, one God who is over all, through all and in all. 

Learn, Act, Connect and Pray – This kind of community defines who we are as children of God. By living in Christ’s peace, we are better able to demonstrate what it means to be a person for others. By lifting up our lives to Christ in humility, we are better able to discern how to help those in our midst. As Bishop-elect Iffert wrote to the faithful of southern Illinois, “I am inspired by Pope Francis’ vision of a Church so deeply rooted in a relationship with Christ that we accompany the outcast, tend the wounded, mourn with the brokenhearted and rejoice and give thanks in every circumstance, and so carry out Jesus’ mission of evangelization.” In so doing, we promote a respect and love for the dignity of each person we encounter.

Televised Sunday Mass

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

Parish Staff
for both Churches

Fr. Carl Schrage
– 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 & Immaculate Conception

Krista Piotrowski
– Youth Minister
Sacred Heart & Immaculate Conception

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: Sam Loiacono; Secretary: ??
Members: Cara Alongi, Renee Cobin, Victoria Elder, Molly Kern, Matt May, Paul Martin
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 – 5:00 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!Edit