A reminder to those who have already reserved a plate at our Final Banquet:
We’ll be gathering at A Villa Louisa, 60 Villa Louisa Rd, Bolton, CT, on Friday at 6pm, with dinner served at 7pm. If you need directions, click here.
Come to Sacred Heart on Sunday, June 4 at 2pm as Father Ray Introvigne and Mrs. Judith Hughes lead a Mass of Healing and Hope.
Spiritual Renewal Services is a ministry of the Diocese of Norwich. The Charismatic Renewal Ministry in the Norwich Diocese is not a program, or a doctrine, but rather a spirituality, and an experience, a way of life, very deeply rooted in Sacred Scripture. It is a way of life by which a person develops a relationship with God and experiences the presence and power of the Holy Spirit. There are currently more than 15 million people who have experienced this in the United States alone! At the very heart of the Charismatic Renewal is the personal awareness of the presence and power of God dwelling within a person. Thus, one is encouraged to live one’s life led by the Holy Spirit. Call Spiritual Renewal Services (860) 887-0702 today!
You are invited to gather with family and friends for a Memorial Mass for Frank Dorsey at Sacred Heart Church on Tuesday, May 30, 2017 at 11am.
This Thursday, May 25, we celebrate the Ascension of the Lord (a holyday of obligation) with Mass at 9am and 7pm.
The family will receive visitors for calling hours from 9am to 11am at Sacred Heart Church on Friday, before the Mass.
Lent is ended when this liturgy begins. This Mass begins the Triduum and highlights the reception of Oils blessed by Bishop Cote at the Chrism Mass, Last Supper and the Washing of Feet. The Feast of Breads follows (bring some yummy breads to share, if you wish!) and all are welcome. Spend time reflecting in the presence of the Blessed Sacrament in the Oratory until midnight, if you can.
This service is not called a Mass – because it is actually a continuation of Thursday night’s celebration. A retelling of The Passion of the Lord (different from that on Palm Sunday — this time John 18:1—19:42), Solemn Prayers of Intercession, and Adoration of the Cross feature prominently within the celebration. The Eucharist, reserved from Holy Thursday, is received.
Soup and Bread Supper follows at 5pm and all are welcome. Today is a day of fasting and abstinence, so the soup is meatless.
This beloved devotional is movingly presented in word, music and movement by our talented youth. A crowd favorite!
This liturgy, the first Mass of Easter, which continues and concludes the celebrations of Thursday and Friday, always begins after nightfall in every Roman Catholic church in the universe. It features the lighting of the Easter Fire, the Exsultet, 17 scripture passages of Salvation history from Creation to Resurrection, Blessing of the Font, Renewal of Baptismal Promises, Eucharistic Prayer, Communion, and Blessing. Fellowship follows. There is no other liturgy like this one, and it happens only once a year. Fellowship follows and all are welcome.
The usual format of Mass, with added Renewal of Baptismal Promises. Fellowship follows and all are welcome.
The family will receive visitors for calling hours at the Small & Pietras Funeral Home, 65 Elm Street, Rockville, CT on Thursday, March 30 between 4pm – 7 pm.