From Fr. Albalaa

Brothers and Sisters in Christ, Two joyful events will take place this Sunday, April 22, 2018: Celebrating, with Bishop Campbell, the 150th Anniversary of our beloved Diocese; and welcoming the Maronite Catholic Community of Columbus into the Sacred Heart Parish where they will be celebrating their Masses every Sunday at 12:30 p.m.

The Jubilee Museum

This unique museum is located at 57 S. Grubb Street in the former Columbus Holy Family School, has the largest collection of diversified Catholic artwork in the United States.

Thank You!

Many thanks to John and Sunny Tier and Dave and Gilda Cottrill, for serving coffee and donuts last Sunday. Thank you also, Sunny, for the delicious meatloaf! 

The Shepherd’s Tour

Led by Father Joshua Wagner, take this opportunity to tour a variety of artistic, architectural, and spiritual sites to venerate those Bishops who are interred within the Diocese of Columbus!

Divine Mercy Sunday

The Sunday following Easter is popularly known as Mercy of God Sunday. Between 1930 and 1938, Christ appeared to Sister Faustina, a Sister of Mercy in Poland who initiated the Divine Mercy devotion.

The Shepherd’s Tour

Led by Father Joshua Wagner, take this opportunity to tour a variety of artistic, architectural, and spiritual sites to venerate those Bishops who are interred within the Diocese of Columbus!

From Fr. Kitsmiller

Brothers and Sisters in Christ, The Lord is risen, Alleluia! Truly, He is! Alleluia! Alleluia! This ancient greeting and response of the early Church reflects the joy of Easter morning.

Eucharistic Adoration

People who desire to have a personal encounter with the Real Presence of Jesus Christ, at times other than when they receive the Eucharist at Mass, have ample opportunity to do so throughout the Diocese of Columbus during regularly scheduled times of Eucharistic adoration.