Rev. John G. McDonald
Saturday, 3:30pm Confession
Saturday, 5 pm
Sunday, 9 am & 11 am English
Sunday, 1 pm Español
Weekday Mass Schedule:
7 am Tuesday-Friday
Holy Day Mass Schedule
7am, 12pm, and 6:30pm (Bilingual)
First Friday Adoration 7:30am-6pm
First Saturday Mass 8am followed by anointing
If you are interested in volunteering as catechist for RCIA, First Communion, or Confirmation for the 2022-23 pastoral year, please follow the link provided and complete the Catechist Registration Form on our website. You can submit your application in the vestibule after each Mass. Registration forms are due by July 3rd. Please note, a catechist training will take place July 11th - 15th at the church from 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm each night. ALL catechists will be required to attend the training.
Eucharistic Adoration is when we come to adore Jesus Christ, truly present under the appearance of bread in the Holy Eucharist. We should deeply desire many opportunities to spend time with our Lord. He is waiting there in the tabernacle for our visits. Kneeling before Him and pouring out our hearts can melt away our concerns and fears. Nourished by His love, we leave with grace, renewed hope, and peace.
We will be having 40 Hours of Adoration in front of the Most Blessed Sacrament
beginning June 15th and ending on June 17th.
INFORMATION ABOUT PERPETUAL ADORATION
AT SACRED HEART
§ We have a website!
You can sign up at weadorehim.com (click link below)
At the top of the page click “find your chapel”, choose Sacred Heart and fill in your information. Be sure to choose email or text message for notifications. Click the green “Create Account” button at the bottom of the page. Your account is created. Now you can choose a day and time. Notice the date range bar near the top of the page.
Choose your start date. Remember we don’t begin until Ash Wednesday, March 2nd. Choose your time.
If you are not comfortable going the online way, fill out a paper form in the narthex and drop it in the completed forms box and we’ll create an account for you!
§ We have an email address!
Contact us at email@example.com
§ What do I actually do at Adoration?
Remember that you don’t have to “do” anything. Just “be”.
Come and make a visit to Him. Offer Him your prayers, joys, sorrows, actions, sufferings and loved ones. And tell Him that you love Him.
§ Families are welcome!
Jesus loves to be in the presence of children. Helpful aids for all ages are in the works.
§ This is a work in progress.
We are learning on the fly. There will be bumps along the way but hang in there. Be understanding and flexible. It will be worth it in the end. Spending time in His presence will change all of us. There are people in our own parish whose lives have been changed by Eucharistic Adoration. It’s going to be exciting to hear what happens here in the future.
§ Thank you!
This is a lay person’s ministry. It can’t be done without you. We are excited about the opportunity to do this together
Remember that you don’t have to “do” anything during Adoration. You can just sit and look at Jesus… just “be”. All relationships start with being willing to participate, to spend time. Let yourself sit and contemplate… this is Christ… this is what love looks like. Contemplation is a gaze of faith, fixed on Jesus. “I look at Him and He looks at me”: this is what a certain peasant of Ars used to say while praying before the tabernacle. … His gaze purifies our heart; the light of the countenance of Jesus illumines the eyes of our heart and teaches us to see everything in the light of His truth… (CCC, 2715) The Catholic faith recognizes that the greatest gift God gives us is Himself, and Adoration is another way for us to recognize that gift outside of receiving the Eucharist at Mass. So, don’t overthink it. Just receive the gift. Come and make a visit to Him. Offer Him your prayers, joys, sorrows, actions, sufferings, and loved ones. And tell Him that you love Him.
We, the faith community of Sacred Heart of Jesus Catholic Church, in striving to be like Christ, are committed to living the Gospel by participating in the Sacraments, promoting spiritual growth and religious education, and being an example of His Eucharistic love to all.