Search the Site
Find us on Facebook
Connect with us on Twitter
Follow us on Instagram

Pope Francis Makes Surprise Visit

Demonstrating once again his compassion and pastoral concern for those in need, Pope Francis makes a surprise visit to a sick, bedridden lady in Rome.

Seton's New Look

The Seton elementary building has had a make-over! Thanks to a generous donor, covering half the cost, new windows were installed in the Seton elementary building by East Moline Glass during the second half of July.

Sacred Heart's Upcoming Captial Campaign

Just last week, we received work from the diocese that the capital campaign for Sacred Heart and Seton has been approved to go forward.

Meet Our New Director of Religious Education!

Please welcome Debbie Patronagio to our parish as the new Director of Religious Education. Debbie, a 4th grade teacher at Jordan Catholic School in Rock Island, is a native of the Quad Cities and attended St. Ambrose University where she received her Bachelors of Science Degree in Education.

The highest honor is to serve God's people, Francis tells new cardinals

At a ceremony for the creation of 14 cardinals Thursday, Pope Francis said the best promotion a person can receive is to serve the person of Christ as seen in the least of his people.

Join Us to Rejoice and Be Glad!

This latest document of Pope Francis presents a practical road to holiness for our time. The pope urges us to look at the ordinary holiness of those around us, especially in the patience and persistence of their lives. The simple yet profound content will be presented and discussed over three Thursday evenings of July at Sacred Heart, in the audio visual room of Culemans Hall, from 7:00 to 8:30 p.m.

Rejoice and Be Glad 3-Part Series

At our May parish staff meeting, we chose to offer evening sessions on three consecutive Thursdays, July 12th, July 19th and July 26th on REJOICE and BE GLAD. Father Mark DeSutter, Father Matthew Cole and Sister Kathleen Mullin will each lead a session in Culemans Hall.

The Holy Spirit is the invisible gift of God, Pope Francis says

Pope Francis said Wednesday that confirmation is the sacrament in which Catholics are marked with a seal that solidifies their belonging to Christ through the Holy Spirit, who he said is God's invisible gift to each person who receives the sacrament.

Pope Francis: The Last Supper teaches us three foundational truths

Pointing to Jesus’ words during the Last Supper, Pope Francis offered meditations on love, service and humility during his homily at daily Mass on Thursday.

Second Hand Sale

This is our 15th Annual Sale, and each year, we have added more amenities to please our shoppers. We have something for men, women, children, and even your pet. The Boutique offer “special” items at very reasonable prices.

http://www.map-embed.com