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Pilgrimage to Rome

Please click on the link to find out more information about the pilgrimage to Rome with Father Bruce Ludeke.

Pilgrimage to Rome

Weekend Mass

Saturday 5:30 PM

Sunday 8:30 AM & 11:00 AM

Daily Mass

Monday 7:00 AM

Tuesday 7:00 AM

Wednesday 7:00 AM

Friday 7:00 AM

Saturday 7:00 AM

Communion Service

Thursday 7:00 AM


Monday 7:30 – 8:00 AM

Tuesday 7:30 – 8:00 AM

Saturday 9:00 – 9:30 AM & 4:30 – 5:15 AM 


Friday 7:30 AM Exposition

8:30 AM Benediction

Sacred Heart Parish Calendar

RSS The Daily Register

  • How to Move From Fear to Faith September 22, 2017
    By Gary Zimak | In a previous article, I made the point that God’s presence in our lives is the main reason we should have no fear. He’s God, loves us unconditionally and can handle any problem that arises. Keeping that in mind...
  • How My 13-Year-Old Son Brought Me to the Heart of the Fifth Joyful Mystery September 21, 2017
    By Sherry Antonetti | “Mom, can you help me with my homework?” I hate this question more than anything. I especially didn’t want to stop what I was doing, given I’d been fighting writer’s block. However, since the blank page...
  • Pope Reiterates Church’s Commitment to Protect Minors From Abuse September 21, 2017
    By Hannah Brockhaus/CNA/EWTN News | VATICAN CITY — Thursday in a written speech, Pope Francis reiterated the Catholic Church’s commitment to the protection of minors from sexual abuse,...
  • Bill to Aid Christian Genocide Victims in Iraq Advances in Senate September 21, 2017
    By Matt Hadro/CNA/EWTN News | WASHINGTON — A Senate committee on Tuesday voted to advance a bill that seeks to ensure U.S. aid reaches Christian genocide victims in Iraq. “The vote from this...
  • Saintly Statue: Lebanon’s Humble St. Charbel Now a Towering Presence September 21, 2017
    By Doreen Abi Raad | BEIRUT — Lebanon’s beloved St. Charbel now towers high on a mountain in the land of the cedars in the form of the world’s largest statue of the humble hermit. Located in Faraya, a...
  • Investitures and Professions of Benedictine Sisters, Is It a Sin to Doubt God, and More Great Links! September 21, 2017
    By Tito Edwards | Investitures & Professions of 8 Benedictine Sisters in Missouri – Peter A. Kwasniewski Ph.D., New Liturgical Movement Is It a Sin to Doubt God’s Existence? – Matt Nelson, Catholic...
  • St. Matthew: From Publican to Apostle September 21, 2017
    By Marge Fenelon | I love the stories of how Jesus called his Apostles. When I read them in Scripture or hear them in the readings at Mass, I’m drawn into the anticipation and excitement of the scenes. It takes me back to my...
  • What Saint Matthew Has to Do with a School’s Catholic Identity September 21, 2017
    By Justin McClain | Sept. 21 is the Church’s celebration of the Feast of Saint Matthew, Apostle and Evangelist. How coincidental that, a few days ago, I was conversing with one of my father’s real estate colleagues in their...
  • Today We Celebrate St. Matthew, Extortionist and Apostle September 21, 2017
    By Thomas Craughwell | No one likes taxes. But anti-tax animosity was especially intense in ancient Israel during the first century of the Christian era. In the Gospels, tax collectors (also known as publicans) are frequently...
  • A Theology on His Knees: Pope Benedict XVI's Example to Priests September 20, 2017
    By Kathy Schiffer | “O, how great is the priest!” said Saint John Mary Vianney, the Cure of Ars. “If he realized what he is, he would die.” In 2009, one hundred fifty years after the death of the French cleric who is venerated...