What a Beautiful Place
As I look around the campus at Sacred Heart, there is a lot going on. Volunteers are working on small projects like weeding the yard and patching the walls. Construction companies are working on the large project of restoring the altar and refinishing the floors of the sacristy and carpeting the main church. Semi- trailers are moving in Amish made playground equipment for the students to enjoy next year. The offices are planning golf outings, coordinating busy schedules, creating a calendar of year-long school events and preparing the building for a fresh start in August.
The people of Sacred Heart Community are busy creating God’s presence. Our faith is not something that can sit on a shelf at home. It has to be shared and nurtured and exposed. It isn’t easy to live our faith everyday and to say yes to God’s call. It is clear that the personal connection and desire to be a part of a loving community is very strong here. The campus itself is so beautiful and the history so magnificent, that just by being on the steps of the school or in the basement of the church, we can feel our connection to God’s community. None of this is by chance. We are all supposed to be here, in Hudson, connected to Sacred Heart. My hope is that when we look around, we can see God in all things and in all people. Let’s be careful with each other and let God do His work.
Anne Atkin, Principal