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Capital Improvements and Growth

Dear Parishioners, During the upcoming weeks we will participate in an ambitious study to decide if we should undertake a capital campaign for the parishes of the Moline area and Seton School. We have many needs. The Sacred Heart church building needs major maintenance projects including making the church building more accessible for those who are physically challenged. We would also like to provide other amenities that would enhance our worship space.

Sacred Heart's Footprint May Be Expanding

The lot of the former First American State Bank building behind Culeman's Hall may soon become part of Sacred Heart's campus, which would provide more space for parking or building, as well as a safe drop-off point.

Regathering The Scattered This Lent

Dear Parishioners, In a couple of weeks our Lenten journey will begin. This year we will, once again, have a Lenten theme. The theme will be, “Wounded and Loved, Regathering the Scattered.” This is the title of a pastoral letter that was written by Bishop Bambera of the Diocese of Scranton.

A Year of New Beginnings

Dear Parishioners, Welcome to 2018! This could be a significant time in the history of Sacred Heart. During the upcoming year we are going to continue to implement the strategic plan that we finished in 2016. In that plan, there was a call for improvements to our facilities.

We Do Not Walk Alone, Jesus is With Us

Dear Parishioners, We are coming to the end of another year. It has been a tumultuous year in our world. There seems to be so much uncertainty. There does not seem to be much stability on the earth. Wars are taking place all over the globe. Acts of terrorism seem to be the new norm. News commentators even refer to “this week’s” act of terror.

Celebrate the Sacred Liturgies With Us

May the blessings of Christmas fill your life today and through the coming years.

A Month for Giving Thanks

Fr. Mark's November letter is a reminder of all we have to be thankful for this time of year.

Pope Francis: Courage is Needed for the Kingdom of God to Grow

To help the Kingdom of God grow, courage is needed to sow the mustard seed and mix the yeast, in the face of many who prefer a “pastoral care of conservation” without dirtying their hands. The Pope took his cue from Luke’s Gospel where Jesus compares the Kingdom of God to a mustard seed and yeast, which though small, “have a power within” to grow.

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