Rockne Ramble is Saturday November 7th

The first annual Rockne Ramble will be held on Saturday, November 7, 2015.

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Rockne Ramble Fun Run
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Sacred Heart Bazaar This Sunday, September 6

Sacred Heart Catholic Church will be hosting its annual Bazaar this Sunday, September 6th.  Come out and enjoy a home cooked meal and family fun.

Adult Education Classes

Adult Education Classes: Archbishop Elect Robert Barron’s series on The Eucharist will be offered as Sacred Heart’s Adult Education Class this Fall.  We will have classes on Sunday mornings and Wednesday nights as before.  See bulletin for more information.

RCIA Classes Begin on September 13

RCIA:  Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (Convert Instructions) invites anyone seeking Baptism or Full Communion into the Catholic Church.  This Journey of Faith begins next Sunday, September 13, at 9:00 a.m., in Holtman Hall.  Encourage those who have this desire that they will have your support and accompany them. (Deacon Roger)

Community Yard Sale on August 15

Sacred Heart Catholic Church is holding a Community Yard Sale on August 15, from 8:00am to Noon, to raise funds for the “Parish Pilgrimage to Poland for World Youth Day 2016.”


Vacation Bible School July 20 – 24

The Rockne Vacation Bible School (VBS) program will be July 20 – 24.  Children ages 5 through eighth grade are eligible to participate.  Anyone age 18 or older who would like to be an adult volunteer MUST be current in the EIM program.  Please see Jennifer Svetlik for volunteer opportunities.  (Jennifer Svetlik)

Spring Festival on May 17

Sacred Heart’s annual Spring Festival will be held on Sunday, May 17 this year.  That’s one week before the normal date which coincides with Memorial Day weekend.

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World Youth Day

The World Youth Day pilgrimage, July 20 – August 3, in Krakow, Poland is now open to the entire parish community! Registration deadline is June 12, 2015.  We (along with Fr. Dariusz) are planning our own agenda.  The itinerary will be posted in the back of the Church once it becomes available.  Please contact Marsha Ireland (512-897-7050) or Jackie May (512-303-0984) for more information.



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Divine Mercy Sunday

The Sunday after Easter is the Feast of Divine Mercy Our Lord told St. Faustina, “On this day, the very depths of My tender Mercy are open.  I pour out a whole ocean of graces upon souls who approach the fount of My mercy.  The soul that will go to Confession and receive Holy Communion shall obtain complete forgiveness of sins and punishment.”  To prepare properly for this feast we should (1) Ask for God’s Mercy (2) Be Merciful to Others (3)Completely Trust in Jesus.  Jesus further asked that this Feast be preceded by a Novena to the Divine Mercy from Good Friday to the following Saturday.  We will pray the Novena prayers and Chaplet of Divine Mercy immediately after Mass each day.  Copies of the Novena are available at the back of church for use at home by families.  Let us prepare ourselves to receive fully the abundant graces God wishes to give us.

Holy Week Mass Schedule

See bulletin.