From Fr. Pierre

Brothers and Sisters in Christ, On your behalf, I would like to wish a happy and blessed Father’s Day to our dearest fathers, stepfathers, grandfathers, godfathers, guardians and especially to the priests who are ministering to us the Holy Sacraments. May our Heavenly Father bless them and reward them through the intercessions of Saint Joseph.

Thank You!

Many thanks to Mary Rykowski, Debbie Stefanov, Jim Merckling, Joe Stefanov, Carolyn Thomas, Bob Lorain, Diane Barnes, Maurice Madry, Scott Fulks, Dennis Jacob, Curt Smith, Bob Longstreth, and Chris Urban for their service as Ushers, Servers, Eucharistic Ministers and Lectors last weekend. Your generous spirits make Sacred Heart a welcoming and peaceful place of worship. 

Bishop’s Annual Appeal

We are happy to report that the good people of this parish are answering the call in support of the Bishop’s Annual Appeal This is most encouraging, but we have a long way to go to realize 100% participation from our parishes.

From Fr. Pierre

Brothers and Sisters in Christ, After reading or hearing the Gospel of this Sunday (Mark 3:20- 35), I encourage you to close your eyes for a moment and picture the following two scenes.

And Thanks!

Many thanks to Curt Smith, Glory Merckling, Dave Cottrill, Gilda Cottrill, Barbara Corley, Jim Merckling, Carolyn Thomas, Barbara Corley, Scott Fulks, Aggie Howard, Dennis Jacob, Bob Lorain, and Bob Longstreth for their service as Ushers, Servers, Eucharistic Ministers and Lectors last weekend.

From Fr. Pierre

Brothers and Sisters in Christ, Each time we celebrate the Divine Eucharist, we fulfill the salvific commandment of our Savior: “do this in memory of me.”

Thanks to All!

Many thanks to all the Sacred Heart Parishioners who served as Lectors, Ushers, and Eucharistic Ministers throughout the month of May. Your efforts are deeply appreciated! 

St. Anthony Circle #1

The Annual St. Anthony of Padua Mass, sponsored by Circle #1, will be held on Wednesday, June 13, 2018 at 6:00 p.m. at St. Christopher Church, 1420 Grandview Avenue, 43212. Msgr. John Cody, celebrant.

From Fr. Pierre

Brothers and Sisters in Christ, In marvelous, mysterious, and profound, yet unveiling ways, the books of the New Testament, from the Gospel of Matthew to the Book of Revelation, present God, Whom we love and worship, as triune: three Persons in One.