News & Announcements

Faith Formation Fundraiser: Faith Formation will be selling T-shirts to support programming efforts in the parish as well as show support for our parish community. Tables will be set up after Mass at Sacred Heart on Sunday, June 9th & 16th to purchase shirts. $15 each. Cash or check only. Thank you for supporting Faith Formation at our parish!

All are invited to join us for the Feast of the Sacred Heart of Jesus on Friday, June 28th. Mass at 5:30 pm in Sacred Heart Church followed by a potluck dinner in the Parish Center. The Knights of Columbus are providing the main course. Parishioners are asked to bring either a salad, a side or a dessert.

2019-2020 Faith Formation Registration Forms for children & youth are now available!

Sunday Adult Faith Formation sessions at Sacred Heart are now available online! Click below to view past sessions:
Jan. 27, 2019 led by parishioner Melissa Nussbaum
Feb. 3, 2019 led by parishioner Melissa Nussbaum
Feb. 10, 2019 led by parishioner Melissa Nussbaum
Feb. 17, 2019 led by Fr. Ron Raab, CSC
Feb. 24, 2019 led by Fr. Ron Raab, CSC
March 3, 2019 led by parishioner Melissa Nussbaum
March 31, 2019 led by parishioner Melissa Nussbaum

The "Restore Our Heart" Capital Campaign has ended! However, we still have $250,000 loan to pay off by July 2022. In the coming months, we will be working to confirm the costs of converting the old rectory into a "Meeting House" equipped with handicapped accessible restrooms, good quality meeting space and gathering space for social events, weddings, funerals, etc. Although the Capital Campaign for the church renovation has ended, the "Meeting House" project has yet to begin. We will gladly accept donations and pledges for the "Meeting House" project.  Click here for a Pledge form.

Notre Dame Magazine
Sacred Heart Church and parishioner Geoffrey Keating were featured in Notre Dame Magazine's Autumn 2018 issue. Click here to view the photo essay and see the video!

Safe Environment
We are fully committed to providing a safe environment for our children. Click here to read the Bishops' Charter for the Protection of Children and Young People, which is the foundation for a safe environment and with which all parishes in our Diocese are expected to comply. Click here to read the Diocesan Sexual Misconduct Policy, of which all priests, parish staff and volunteers must follow.
We make a dedicated effort, however, to move beyond mere "compliance" in the way we approach a safe environment. We are continually evaluating our programs and facilities to look for ways to expand and enhance what we are doing to keep our children and everyone safe. Grace Donnelly, our Safe Environment Coordinator, regularly provides training and education to keep volunteers and parishioners informed. If you have questions or would like to attend a training, email

Join us for coffee, donuts and fellowship after the 7:30 am & 9 am Masses at Sacred Heart in the Parish Center!

Art Classes
Parishioner Annie Carter teaches art classes in Room 8 of the Parish Center on Fridays from 9-10:30 am & 10:30 am- 12 pm. All experience levels (including none) are welcome. $10 per class. Includes all supplies. For more information, contact Annie at 687-6597.

Caregiver Support Group
If you are caring for someone with dementia or other struggles, whether at home, in a facility setting, or from a distance, there is a support group at Sacred Heart Parish! Facilitated by Parishioner Paula Levy, the group meets on the second Thursday of the month at 3:30 pm in Room 4 (downstairs) of the Sacred Heart Parish Center. Come for support, for encouragement, for a time of sharing with others who face the same challenges. For more information, contact Paula Levy at 331-3640.

Online Giving
Are you interested in Online Giving but want to know more about it? Click here for more information.

Fr. Ron has a blog!
Check out "Broken But Not Divided: Connecting Sacraments and Service."

Are you interested in becoming Catholic or learning more about Catholicism? Email Roberto Chavez, our Faith Formation Director, at to begin a conversation about faith and RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults), the process through which you can join the Catholic Church.