Welcome to the Parish of Sacred Heart

 Parish Schedule of Masses and Services for Holy Week

The Sacred Triduum

HOLY THURSDAY (April 17th)

8:30am Morning Prayer

7:30pm Mass of the Lord’s Supper

Following Mass – The Garden Experience

Eucharistic Adoration until midnight (Night Prayer at 11:45pm)

GOOD FRIDAY (April 18th)

8:30am Morning Prayer

11:00am Stations of the Cross (Sacred Heart Cemetery)

12:00PM Ecumenical Service  (First Baptist Church Woodlane Road, Mount Holly)

3:00pm The Lord’s Passion –  Veneration of the Cross and distribution of Holy Communion

7:00pm Stations of the Cross

HOLY SATURDAY (April 19th )

8:30am Morning Prayer

11:00am Blessing of Easter food

8:00pm Solemn Easter Vigil

No confessions or 4:30pm Mass

EASTER SUNDAY (April 20th)

 7:30am MASS – Church

9:30am MASS – Church & Auditorium

11:30am MASS – Church &Auditorium

(NO EVENING MASS) 

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The Feast of the Divine Mercy

April 27, 2014

We are celebrating the Feast of the Divine Mercy here at Sacred Heart Parish with a novena devotion praying the chaplet of the Divine Mercy starting Good Friday through the 1st Sunday of Easter. Everyone is invited to join in this novena.  To learn how to pray the chaplet, please click here!

Divine Mercy Schedule ~ March 18 – April 27

NOVENA SCHEDULE:

April 18After the 3:00PM Good Friday Service, we will gather in the Chapel

April 19After 8:30 Morning Prayer -Chapel

April 20After 11:30 Mass in the Church

April 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26After the 8:30 Mass in the Church

April 27Divine Mercy Sunday at 3:00 PM in the Church, Benediction follows ending novena.

Please come and join us in celebrating the Feast of the Divine Mercy! For questions please call Deacon William Rowley c/o Merry Marcellino 609-702-1848 ext 305

 Mini Vinnie Purple Passion Day!

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FEDERAL DONOR RECORDKEEPING RULE ON CHARITABLE DEDUCTION

 The Pension Protection Act of 2006 included a section relative to charitable deductions.

The rules require that people claiming charitable deduction back up those deduction claims with cancelled checks; records from banks or credit card companies; or written notices from the charity or not-for-profit institution. The burden is on the donor to maintain or obtain the required records.

The parish will provide a record of contributions, upon request, which will satisfy the IRS requirements. Contributions of cash can only be used as a deduction if church envelopes are used enabling the parish to identify the donor.  Please call Deneen Thomas at  609-267-0209 ext. 303

accountant@parishofsacredheart.org