The center of our communal worship as Catholics is the Eucharist. In the Celebration of the Eucharist, Christ is made present in the community of worshipers, in the proclamation of the Word of God, and in the consecrated bread and wine that has become the Body and Blood of Jesus Christ.
It is through participation in the Mass and through the reception of Christ's Body and Blood that we are led to ever deepening conversion of mind and heart toward Jesus Christ. We are given food for the journey as we seek to live lives in the world that are ever more Christ like.
All are welcome to join us for Sunday and daily Mass. Mass times can be found above. If you are not Catholic, but are interested in receiving the Eucharist, we invite you to have a conversation with one of our priests or pastoral associates.
Because of our Catholic belief that the bread and wine at Mass truly become the Lord Jesus Christ's Body and Blood, prayer in front of what we call the Blessed Sacrament is an ancient tradition in the Catholic Church. After the 9:00am Saturday Mass at Sacred Heart, the Blessed Sacrament is placed on the altar for silent and communal prayer. All are invited to worship and pray before Christ present in the Blessed Sacrament.