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Lent is a season of extras, including additional Masses, Confession times, and Stations of the Cross. Join us at Sacred Heart every Friday during Lent at 5:30 for Mass and Stations of the Cross. Come and experience the power of God's grace in this holy season. 

The newly formed Sacred Heart Alumni and Friends Association is seeking addresses of alumni and others who wish to support our school financially. We would like to send regular updates on the school and receive support. If you wish to provide an address, please email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..  

Sacred Heart's Kindergarten Roundup will be held this coming Wednesday, Feb. 27 from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Come and see what our school has to offer. 

Sacred Heart will have First Friday Mass and Devotions at 8:45 on March 1. Immaculate Conception will have First Saturday Mass and Devotions at 8:00 on March 2. Come and experience the power of these traditional devotional practices. 

The term "Ordinary Time" comes from the Latin word "ordines," meaning a count. This refers to a count of weeks outside Advent/Christmas and Lent/Easter Seasons. In these weeks, holy Mother Church reflects on and celebrates the entire mystery of Christ (as opposed to one dimension, such as His death). We reflect on the Kingdom of Heaven, various parables, Our Lord's miracles, and other features of salvation history. The color green, worn in this season, represents hope, promise, and growth. The term "Ordinary Time" does NOT refer to plain, ordinariness. It is instead a wonderful season of prayerful reflection on the mystery of salvation. 

Students attending NCYC will be selling coffee mugs with the Sacred Heart logo to raise money for their trip

The Sign of Peace which we exchange at Saturday/Sunday Mass, is an expression of fellowship and charity before the community receives Holy Communion. This is an optional part of the Mass. With the flu season approaching, many parishes choose to suspend the Sign of Peace. This is a prudent precaution against spreading germs. I agree with this policy, and so, beginning the first Sunday of Advent we will suspend the Sign of Peace at all Masses. We will resume the sign at Easter. While some may be disappointed at the loss of this fellowship, there are many ways to greet one another, and this is an opportunity to exercise them.