FOR OUR EXPANDED LENTEN JOURNEY
at Sacred Heart
The program begins each Friday in Lent with a
Benediction service at 6:45 PM in the Chapel, which will close the normal Friday Adoration period. The Benediction service will be followed by a brief presentation on a Lenten
topic. This, in turn, will conclude with a period of guided meditation. The whole program will last one half hour and will be followed by Stations of the Cross in the main Church. The entire evening will last about an hour.
We cordially invite everyone to spend some time in
reflection, meditation and prayer during this Lenten
Season by attending this program. We hope to see you there for all or part of the program. Thank you for your kind attention and we hope to see you beginning
March 8th, the first Friday of Lent.
Friday Lenten Activities
4:00-6:30pm Fish Fry
7-7:30pm Presentation with Meditation
and time for reflection
7:30pm Stations of the Cross
FISH FRY FRIDAY’S during Lent begins March 8, 2019 between 4:00pm—7:00pm located in the Sacred Heart Social Hall. Dinners are $9.00. Also specialty soups every week for only $5.00.
Beer Battered Fried Fish, French Fries, Cole Slaw, Hush Puppies & Drink. Soup available for additional charge. DONATIONS OF BAKED GOODS ARE GREATLY NEEDED!!!
Parishioners gathered after the 9am Mass at the social hall
to share fellowship and conversation over coffee and
doughnuts. Come join the group each Sunday morning.
It’s a great way to get to know your fellow parishioners and make new and lasting friendships.
If you would like to help volunteer or support this wonderful ministry that is so important for the growth and life of our church, contact: Rick Studer at Parish office-428-6426.
Hope to see you there!
The Bunco Party held on January 26, 2019, was a huge success and a good time was had by all! We raised $1,616.00 for Cudas Unhooked, a program for homeless and at risk students at New Smyrna Beach High School. Thanks to all who worked, donated and attended in support of the Cudas.
Kindergarten students led by their teacher Miss Meghan Ryan celebrated 100 days of school looking truly advanced in age on Tuesday, January 22nd. The children said that ‘It’s so cool to look old!” Some of them dyed their hair gray, wore curlers and reading glasses while some came with walkers and canes. It was a fun day to celebrate 100 days of school and honor the elderly. Go Eagles!
Our Liturgy committee wishes to say thank you to all those who joined us on
our journey through Advent walking with Mary. We pray that our program has made a difference on how you will welcome Jesus our savior and we pray that it is only the beginning of our spiritual growth as a faith community. Remember to turn in your surveys if you did not already do so. A big thank you to our pastor, Fr. Tom for his vision, his challenge and his support. The Liturgy committee
Much love and blessing to our favorite Religious Ed teacher Maria Bilodeau who received the Distinguished Educator of the Year Award from the Diocese of Orlando. Thank you for your love and dedication that you extent to our School and Parish.
Every family is called to be a place of prayer, service, and love – a little Church of the home. Families naturally do this day-by-day in their lives. However, it is such a beautiful and sacred sight to see families come to Church together on Sundays just in the case of Sacred Heart Catholic School families and students especially when they lead the 9:00 AM Mass during the first Sunday of every month. The 7th grade students are assigned as lectors, readers, altar servers, gift bearers,and cantors.The very young were called to the altar to receive a blessing and celebrate the Children’s Liturgy of the Word in the Chapel led by Mrs. Genie Franklin and Mrs. Jan Martin. Our pastor Fr. Tom Burke, C.Ss.R. welcomed the children and reiterated the special message of Jesus in ‘letting the children come to him.”
Bishop John Noonan’s 13th Anniversary as a Bishop. God bless you! Please click on the link below to view video.
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