Wishing you a Birthday filled with God’s Blessings.

Thanking God for the gift of your faith filled life.

Praying that the Holy Spirit will strengthen you as you continue to serve the church.

Happy Birthday Fr. Joe!




Homilies Uploaded!!

We began recording our Homilies in early 2017.  These have now been uploaded to our website!!   They are uploaded by date, feel free to listen at your leisure.  Simply go to Homilies, under the NEWS tab!

Thank you to Fr. Joe, Fr. Tomy, Fr. Dan, Deacon John and a few quests who have spoken God’s word.



Fr. Joe Easter Vigil Homily, March 31, 2018

Why did God make us?

We were not created for a practical purpose.  It is really clear when we look at the book of Genesis and see the creation account, that this is true.  God created all the wonders that we live in and are part of and every thing God created did and does what they are created to do.  Then we entered the equation.


Easter Vigil Readings, March 31, 2018

The entire celebration of the Easter Vigil must take place at night, so that it begins after nightfall and ends before daybreak on Sunday.  This Vigil is arranged in four parts:

1.  Service of light and the Easter Proclamation

2.  Liturgy of the Word, the Church meditates on all the wonderful things God has done for his people from the beginning.

3.  As the day of resurrection approaches, new members of the Church are reborn in Baptism

4.  Liturgy of the Eucharist, the whole Church is called to the table the Lord prepared for his people through his Death and Resurrection.

Please click on the links below if you would like to hear the Liturgy of the Word.



A Reading from the Book of Genesis (as read by Bill Beal)

A Reading from the Book of Exodus (as read by Rosalind Martell)

A Reading from the Book of the Prophet Isaiah (as read by Terri Ellis)

A Reading from the Book of the Prophet Ezekiel (as read by Kristie Saunders)

A Reading from the Letter of Saint Paul to the Romans (as read by Ron Stacey)

Alleluia!   A Reading from the holy Gospel according to Mark.  Glory to you, O Lord.



Fr. Joe Homily, Good Friday


There is no greater indication of love, than through sacrifice.


God loves you.  What a powerful statement.  The love that our Lord has for us is not a daily decision, it is who he is.   We are loved by God.    When we doubt this, look at a that cross, that crucifix.  He not only said it, He proved it…we are worth all of his blood and all of his breath.

News from the Bulletin!!

LIFE IN THE SPIRIT Seminar   Life in Spirit Seminar

Sacred Heart Parish is offering the 8 week series on Sundays from 1:00-3:00, Beginning Sunday, April 8

Lower level of Sacred Heart School.  Handicap entrance.  Lunch will be provided.  Free Babysitting is available.

To have adequate supplies, please call the parish office to RSVP.



There will be a Town Hall meeting on Thursday, April 12th at 6:30pm in the church to discuss the progress of the flooring replacement project and receive feedback on the carpet selection options.  All are welcome to attend.




The Altar Society will meet on Monday April 2nd at 1:30 pm in the parish hall.  All Ladies of the Parish are welcome. If you have any questions call Jan Wilson 517-306-0684.




The Lenawee County Health Department & Hudson American Legion are hosting a Food Handlers Class on Thursday, April 19 from 6-8pm.  This is open to the public, cost is $5 per person.    You must pre-register by April 12.  Please call Phil Lawrence at 517-605-0586 or the Legion at 517-448-8111.


Principal Bulletin, EASTER

Happy Easter from Sacred Heart School

We have finally made it, and boy, did we need it. Lent is over, Spring Break is here, the promise of warmer weather beckons. At Sacred Heart School, we have spent the days since Christmas break working very hard to reach our true potential.

4th Grader Adam Parker, read 40 hard books and wrote a comprehensive summary about each book. Wonderful job Adam!

Ryden Luma started school at SHS as a first grader and is fitting in great, making friends and making huge academic strides.

Mrs. Martinez has seen her 5th/6th grade class mature and tackle projects as they improve study skills and learn the importance of teamwork.

The preschool is the perfect combination of hands-on learning and structured discipline. When our preschoolers graduate to kindergarten, they are ready to be at the top of the class.

Our hallways are filled with happy, loving children who know God is always with them.

This Easter, with hearts overflowing, we rejoice! Our Lord has made all of this possible and we are grateful for our little school where we can love You all day long.

Have a beautiful Easter and May God Bless You,

Anne Atkin, Principal