Sacred Heart

Catholic Church

Imlay City, Michigan  Tel: (810) 724-1135

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  (810) 724-1135
  Hours:
  Mon-Thurs
  9am-7pm
  Fri 9am-2:30pm

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  (810) 724-0870

 

 

 

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A Roman Catholic Parish faithful to Pope Francis and the Magisterium of the Catholic Church.

 

Rev. Paul Ward, Pastor

 

 

Reverend Matthew S. Kafka

 

 

Born into this world: September 15, 1933

Entered into Eternal Life: December 5, 2017

 

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Use the Newsletter link at the left of this page.

 

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Holy Mass Schedule
Sunday Masses
5:00pm Saturdays in English
9:00am Sundays in English
11:00am Sundays in Spanish

Weekday Masses
8am M T Th* F 1st Sa
10am Wednesdays
*Tridentine Mass

Holy Day Masses
8am English, M T Th F Sa

10am English, Wednesdays

7pm bilingual

First Fridays
8am Holy Mass
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
3:00pm Benediction

Tridentine Mass Thursdays at 8am

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Sacraments & Pastoral Services
Confession
4:00pm Saturdays and
30 minutes before all Masses

Baptism
By appointment.
A preparation class is required.

Matrimony
By appointment. Couples should contact the Pastor for a pre-marital interview and arrange for a six-month preparation class.

Parish Sick
Please keep the Rectory notified of parishioners who are ill for Holy Communion and Anointing.

New Parishioners
We welcome you to our parish family. Please register at the Parish Office or fill out the registration form on the literature rack in the back of the church.

 

 

 

 

 Ad Orientem

 

 

What’s involved here is a recapturing of one essential element of liturgical celebration, that from the earliest times has proven to be beneficial: When the priest speaks for the congregation to God, he faces God, rather than the people.

 

The Most Reverend René Gracida, Bishop Emeritus of Corpus Christi, TX.

 

 

 A Catholic Perspective on the Presidential Race

 

 Rev. John Lankeit, Sts. Simon and Jude Cathedral, Phoenix, AZ, Oct. 2, 2016

 

 

 An Excellent Article: The Priesthood and the Choice

 

 

 

 

What it Means to be an Altar Server