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Reading the Scriptures with the Mind, Eyes & Heart of a Woman with Sr. Barbara Reid, OP

Join us on Monday evening, October 29th, at the Sacred Heart Parish Center of Divine Mercy Parish at 7:00 pm to hear Sr. Barbara Reid, OP speak about Reading the Scriptures with the Mind, Eyes and Heart of a Woman. We’ll gather at 6:45 for Pizza and Adult Beverages if you’d like to come early! The Sacred Heart Parish Center is located at the corner of Burr and Gage Streets in...

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A Just Harvest Needs Our Help!

  Can You Help Our Friends At A Just Harvest Stock Their Pantry? Our friends at the Just Harvest Community Kitchen have served a nutritious dinner to 150+ Rogers Park neighbors every night for 30 years. (See their amazing work at www.ajustharvest.org.)   Can you contribute pantry supplies to help them fulfill their mission? They cook 5,000 dinners each month, so large “Costco-size” containers are great. This Fall, cleaning supplies are the priority.  They really need: Dish Soap • Bleach • Pine Sol • Laundry Soap • Liquid Hand Soap Mop Buckets & Handles • Paper Towels •  Heavy Duty Mop Heads Paper Towels • Spices • Zip Lock Bags • Napkins •Heavy Duty Plastic Forks • Plastic Serving Gloves • 18-inch Aluminum Foil & Plastic Wrap • Sugar • Gift Cards (Jewel, Walgreens, Home Depot) Dry Goods (Rice,...

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Adult Formation Presents: Michelangelo & Dr. Mary Quinlan, September 18th at 7pm

Join us on September 18th at 7:00 p.m. for Bishop Barron’s Pivotal Players feature on Michelangelo, The Artist.  “The Master of sculpture and painting is not a saint but serves as the privileged representative of the creative potential engendered by the Catholic Faith.  The Church professes that beauty is a route of access to God, and through humanity’s creative artistry we glimpse the power and glory of the Lord.”  In this episode, Bishop Barron travels to Rome, Florence, and all the locations that played a significant role in the formation and vocation of Michelangelo, which in turn formed the life of the Church. We’ll be joined by Mary Quinlan, Ph.D., a Professor of Art History at Northern Illinois University.  She is a specialist in the Italian Renaissance and received her Ph.D. at the University of Chicago.  Dr. Quinlan will...

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Save the Date for Family Mass!

FAMILY MASS!  AUGUST 26th 4:30 PM AT SACRED HEART We’re doing something a little different with Family Mass in August.  Instead of meeting in the Sacred Heart Parish Center, we’ll meet in the yard behind the Sacred Heart Rectory and the Church.  So bring your blankets and lawn chairs!  We’ll have some chairs set up for the seniors among us, but encourage everyone else to come ready for that outdoor experience. We’ll host a little reception after Mass.  Beer and Wine for the adults, along with some snacks and ice cream for the kids.  Come join us as we celebrate families at the Lord’s Table!...

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Have You Viewed Our Parish Video? Check it out!

Sacred Heart Parish Video

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Easter Triduum Mass Times

The Paschal Triduum 2018 Holy Thursday    March 29: 8:30 a.m.     Morning Prayer (No morning Masses.) 6:15 p.m.      Mass of the Lord’s Supper After Mass (to Midnight)       Reposition of the Blessed Sacrament (Parish Center Rotunda)   Good Friday        March 30: 8:30 a.m.      Morning Prayer (No morning Masses.) Noon             Stations of the Cross 3:00 p.m.      The Celebration of the Passion of the Lord   Holy Saturday       March 31: 8:30 a.m.      Morning Prayer (No morning Mass.) Noon              Blessing of Easter Foods 8:00 p.m.      The Easter Vigil in the Holy Night (No 5:00 p.m. Mass.)   Easter Sunday      April 1: 7:30 a.m.       Mass with cantor and organ 9:00 a.m.     ...

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