Thursday, August 13, 2020 - This week you will receive a letter in the mail from Bishop Parkes introducing Faith, Hope & Courage, a program Sacred Heart Parish is initiating over the next few weeks. Our parish community has spent the last several months responding to the COVID-19 crisis in different ways. Our Bishop and our parish leadership believe it is important to look at how our parish has been impacted short term as well as the long term, and together make plans for the coming year to the best of our ability.
As Bishop Parkes states in his letter, “There is much that is still unknown, and we must chart a path forward with Faith, Hope & Courage.” Through this process, our goal is to courageously move forward while also ensuring our faith family remains a beacon of God’s love for our greater community.
Parishioners are asked to please review the letter from Bishop Parkes and join our pastor, Father Krzysztof as we take a look how we have weathered the pandemic, celebrate our blessings, compare our ability to maintain ministry, outreach and service compared to last year, and move into the next year with renewed Faith, Hope & Courage. Click here to view the full letter from Bishop Parkes.
Thank you for your generosity of spirit and support of Sacred Heart!
On your commitment cards, make sure you include your prayer intentions on the back if you are mailing them in. Otherwise, click on the e-commitment card on the right. Let us pray for each other!
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We know what a challenging time it is for all.
Thank you so much for your generosity and support during this unprecedented time in our modern history.
Join Dr. Thomas Humphries, professor of Theology at St. Leo University each Sunday at 1:00 PM online through Zoom. Click on the button above to join in at 1:00 PM.
Pubic Mass Guidelines:
· Wear a mask throughout Mass.
If you do not have a mask, please let the sacristan or usher know and we will provide you with a mask.
· Remove mask for Holy Communion.
Please prepare your face mask prior to Holy Communion. Please remove any gloves prior to receiving the Eucharist.
· Use hand sanitizers or wash hands before and after coming to Church.
Hand sanitizers are located at the Church entrances. Restrooms are single family use only. All are encouraged to bring their own hand sanitizer and sanitize hands before receiving Holy Communion.
· Please allow for Social Distancing. Sit in designated pews only. Only two family stations per pew. Families of 4 or more may take up an entire available pew.
· Must maintain 6-foot distance from all others outside of household, especially in the Communion line. Please wait until your section’s turn before coming to Holy Communion. Our ushers will guide you.
THANK YOU TO ALL WHO HAVE CONTRIBUTED TO CHURCH WEEK AT RURAL KING. Saturday, August 15th is the last day to purchase an item and September 1st is the deadline to upload your receipts.
Special Thanks to Rural King (Zephyrhills) and (Spring Hill) for your support!