Sacred Heart Parish is a welcoming Catholic community
which inspires faith in God through prayer, sacraments and service
while living Gospel values as faithful followers of Jesus Christ.
Pastor of Sacred Heart Parish
July 2000 – July 2012
May he rest in the peace of Christ
There will be no Funeral Mass at this time.
August 5, from 2-6pm at Flintofts Funeral Home,
540 E. Sunset Way, Issaquah.
www.Flintofts.com, or (425) 392-6444.
*RSVP: Due to an anticipated high demand to see father, and a restriction on attendees (15 can be in attendance at one time).
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the one hour time frame during which you hope to attend. He will confirm, and/or suggest an alternate time for you to arrive.
Rite of Committal with Final Commendation
August 6, 11am, at Calvary Cemetery.
Archbishop Etienne presiding.
Due to health concerns, the official limit is 15 attendees.
* Please wear masks, and prepare to practice social distancing.
(*Additional attendees will be asked to stand at a further distance.)
Videos from the past Sunday and Weekday Masses can be found here.
Now is the Time to Speak Out ……
by Deacon Joseph Connor
At this moment in time and in this year of 2020, it is most critical that we, Catholic clergy, religious and parishioners, address the sin of racism that is destroying communities and families of color around the nation.
The incident in Minnesota, with the killing of George Floyd, on Monday, May 25, 2020 was very traumatic and disturbing. Incidences such as the one in West Baltimore involving Freddie Gray, in Ferguson, Mo. involving Michael Brown, and in Northern California involving Oscar Grant are just a few examples (read more)
A Letter from Archbishop Etienne
A Call to Address Racism in our Hearts and Community
May 29, 2020 – The Catholic bishops of the United States recently issued a pastoral letter against racism entitled Open Wide Our Hearts: The Enduring Call to Love. In this instruction, we call for a conversion of hearts, minds and institutions to address the evils of racism that still exist in our country and communities. As we wrote in the letter:
Racism occurs because a person ignores the fundamental truth that, because all humans share a common origin, they are all brothers and sisters, all equally made in the image of God. When this truth is ignored, the consequence is prejudice and fear of the other, and—all too often—hatred. Click here to read more.
Archbishop Paul D. Etienne welcomes people back to Mass and explains some of the requirements to ensure the safety of those attending.
Posted by Archdiocese of Seattle on Friday, May 29, 2020
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Videos of our parish Monday Night Rosary are here.
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Saturday 3:00 PM – 4:30 PM
Regular Sunday Mass Times
Saturday – 5:00 PM
Indoor Mass by Reservation – Live Stream Online
Sunday – 11:00 AM
Indoor Mass by Reservation Only