Weekend Mass Schedule:
Saturday – 4:30 PM
Sunday – 8:00 & 11:00 AM
Weekday Masss Schedule:
Tuesday – 5:45PM
Wednesday & Thursday – 8:00 AM
Friday – 8:00 AM (summer) 9:00 AM (School Year)
Tuesday – 4:45 PM – 5:30 PM
Saturday – 3:45 – 4:15 PM
UPCOMING BIBLE STUDY DATES:
6:00 pm in Parish Hall
For July, August, and September I want to take the opportunity to revisit the three keynote talks from 2018’s Made for Happiness Assembly. That was a great event that brought 15,000 people from the Diocese together. Not all of us were able to go through (plus revisiting them is a great way to be renewed in the Spirit).
July 17th at Sacred Heart (6pm)
July 18th at St. Mary on the Lake (10am):
Father Mike Schmitz has gained a national following for his inspiring and joy-filled preaching about the love of God and the call of Jesus Christ. A priest for the Diocese of Duluth, Minnesota, he directs Youth and Young Adult Ministry for the diocese and serves as chaplain for the Newman Center at the University of Minnesota-Duluth. Ascension Presents YouTube channel provides weekly straight talk informative messages from Father Mike. HIGHLIGHTS • Happiness is to find out God’s plans for one’s life and then pursue it. • Happiness rooted in virtue will be resilient. • Happiness rooted in God’s grace becomes joy. • True joy can’t be taken away from you.
August 21st at Sacred Heart (6pm)
August 22nd at St. Mary on the Lake (10am):
Jennifer Fulwiler is a writer, speaker, radio show host, wife and mother of six children. SiriusXM radio subscribers can find her daily talk show on channel 129 or search for “The Jennifer Fulwiler Show” on iTunes. Jennifer Fulwiler takes us on her journey from lifelong atheism to Catholicism, pointing out that her quest was a search for happiness as much as it was a search for truth. She weaves in tips and suggestions for how we can each reach out to our own non-believing loved ones.
Sept 18th at Sacred Heart (6pm)
Sept 19th at St. Mary on the Lake (10am):
Deacon Larry Oney, a permanent deacon for the Catholic Archdiocese of New Orleans, serves at Divine Mercy Parish in Kenner, Louisiana. With a passion for lifting people up and sharing the faith, he leverages humor, joy, Scripture, love and personal insight to speak to people’s hearts and encourage them to live Spirit-filled lives. Deacon Larry’s ministry can be found at hopeandpurpose.org. HIGHLIGHTS • Every Christian is meant to be filled with the Holy Spirit. • The Holy Spirit is the animator upon earth today in the body of Christ. • Every Christian has the authority and power to evangelize all the world. • By the power of the Holy Spirit, God calls us to be receivers, healers and deliverers.
You invite each of us to share in the life and ministry of your Son, Jesus. Send your Holy Spirit to form our parish as a community of missionary disciples. Teach us how to hear Jesus, to love Jesus, and to share your gift of salvation with everyone we meet.
Through the witness and intercession of Mary, guide me to deepen my commitment as a disciple of Jesus. Lead our parish to grow as an intentional community, committed to go and announce the Gospel of the Lord. We ask these blessings in the name of your Son, Jesus Christ.
Year of Prayer
Each Person is asked:
To Pray the Rosary or another devotion to the Blessed Mother once a week as a family or household for the Holy Spirit to guide our parishes in how to form missionary disciples.
Married with Children at Home – 10 minutes of Daily Prayer
Married Empty Nesters – 30 minutes of Daily Prayer
Married Retired – One hour of Daily Prayer
Single – One hour of Daily Prayer
Make a weekly sacrifice (Fasting, almsgiving, service) for the Holy Spirit to guide our parishes in how to form missionary disciples.
Make a Holy Hour each week praying for the Holy Spirit to guide our parishes in how to form missionary disciples.
Make a pilgrimage to a holy shrine or Eucharistic Chapel to pray for the Holy Spirit to guide our parishes in how to form missionary disciples.
Together, Sacred Heart Parish and St. Mary on the Lake want to share with you a great tool to build a holy habit into your life that will give your soul nourishment every day. That tool is FORMED.
FORMED is an amazing website with something for all ages: movies, video studies, an audio bible, audiobooks, testimonies and other inspiring talks, and e-books. And, FORMED has a app so that you can have spiritual food available with just 1 click, anytime and anywhere….even on your phone!
Prayer to Sacred Heart of Jesus
Prayer to Mary
Our community strives to love and serve God through worship, prayer, service and growth in knowledge of Our Catholic Faith. If you wish to come for a tour and would like a guide, please let us know and we’ll do our best to set something up. If you wish to just stop by and pray during the day, you are always welcome to do so.
By focusing on faith, knowledge, and service, Catholic schools prepare children to use their God-given talents to the fullest later in life. National Catholic Schools Week offers an opportunity for students to explore the many life paths that enable them to use their talents well in the service of God and others — by answering the call to a religious vocation, nurturing a family through sacramental marriage, by volunteering in church activities and charities, and/or by pursuing a career that makes the world a better place.
A central aspect of Catholic education is learning the importance of service to others. When students take part in service activities—both local and beyond—they demonstrate the values and faith they gain through their Catholic education and learn how to make the world a better place. When they observe how others serve the community, they gain an appreciation for how they can continue to serve others their entire lives.
Our School Mission Statement
Our students learn to be balanced: confident of mind, academics and faith.
To serve the community as a welcoming school that allows our students to live and model the Catholic faith.
To remain deliberate and structured with the purpose of graduating students who are prepared to persevere.
Our Parish Mission Statement
We as Catholics and as members of sacred Heart Parish, look to our Pope, our Bishop and our Pastor for spiritual guidance and direction in our lives. We as Christians are called by God to listen to His Word, to grow in holiness and to form a community of faith who are concerned for the needs of one another. We are called to worship God, to receive the Sacraments, to learn the truths of our faith and to instruct others in these truths, to work for peace and justice and provide support and help to those among us who are in need.
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