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  • Title: Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary Catholic Church > Home
    Descriptive info: .. Join us for the Memorial Day Mass at Sacred Hearts Cemetery at 9:00 a.. m.. Bring your own lawn chair.. In case of inclement weather, Mass will be celebrated at Sacred Hearts church.. Home.. Bulletin.. Parish Staff.. Ministries.. Parish Development.. Liturgy & Music.. Parish Outreach.. Sacraments.. Cemetery Guidelines.. School.. Christian Formation.. With God s grace we will continue to faithfully share the Gospel message of hope, peace and joy with the generations to come.. -Monsignor Duane Moellenberndt.. Schedules & Calendars.. Visit Our Calendars.. PENDING FUNERALS AT.. SACRED HEARTS:.. Click here for funeral and visitation information for.. Gilbert A Schraufnagel.. History of Sacred Hearts.. The First Church.. The Second Church.. The Third Church.. The Convent, The Rectory, The Parish Hall and the Grottos.. Page 1.. Page 2.. ANNUAL MEGA RUMMAGE SALE.. Weekday Mass Schedule.. Weekdays (Monday- Friday) 6:30 am.. Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 8:30 am (in addition to the 6:30am Mass).. This schedule is sometimes modified to accommodate the schedules of our priests.. If you are coming to daily Mass from a distance, please verify this schedule with the parish's bulletin.. Saturday.. Vigil (Anticipated) Mass at 5:00 pm.. Sunday:.. Masses at 7:30, 9:00 and 11:00 am.. The Sacrament of Reconciliation.. The Sacrament of Reconciliation is celebrated every Saturday 9:30 -10:00 a.. unless otherwise noted in the parish bulletin.. You may also contact our priests to schedule an appointment to celebrate the Sacrament if this is not a convenient time for you.. Children’s Liturgy of the Word.. Sunday, 9:00 AM - We offer Children’s Liturgy of the Word for 4-8 year olds.. These children will be dismissed from Mass before the first reading and return after the Prayers of the Faithful.. The Gospel story will be explained to them at their own level.. Links.. Year of Faith: Rediscovering the Faith.. Diocese of Madison.. St.. Albert The Great - Sun Prairie.. Olaf St.. Joseph - DeForest.. Catholic Charities.. Catholic News Service.. Catholic Prayers.. Catholic Relief Services.. Catholic USA.. Holy See at the Vatican.. John Paul II.. Saint of the Day.. Find a Mass when you travel.. Communion and Home Visits for our Homebound Parishioners.. If you or someone you know would like to receive visits from parish staff, or if you are unable to attend Mass and would like to receive the Eucharist, please contact Ann Terrill, at 837-7381, ext.. 237.. Wills and Bequests.. We extend our sincere and heartfelt thanks to those who have chosen to remember their parish in this most special way.. For more information about including Sacred Hearts Parish in your will, please visit our parish development and stewardship page.. Our Parish Family.. Founded in 1863, Sacred Hearts Parish strives to model our parish life and activities in the love of our Lord and our Blessed Mother.. Our Lord's heart, crowned with thorns, reminds us of the deep love that He showed to every human person by giving His life for the sake of our salvation.. Our Blessed Mother's heart was pierced with a sword in knowing what her Son must endure, but she gives us hope and promises us that she and her Son will never abandon those who love God  ...   proclaim the Gospel to all nations.. Becoming a Member of Our Parish Family.. We would be delighted to have you as registered members of our parish family.. All Catholic adults who are 18 years of age or older and who participate regularly at the liturgy here at Sacred Hearts should become a registered member.. You may come to the parish center during office hours and register in person, or.. click here.. to register electronically.. Contact Us.. In person:.. Sacred Hearts Parish Center.. Office Hours: Monday -Thursday.. 8:00am - 3:00pm.. Friday.. 8:00am - 12 noon.. By mail:.. 221 Columbus Street.. Sun Prairie, WI 53590.. By telephone or fax:.. Fax number for all offices.. (608) 825-9585.. Parish Center Telephone.. (608) 837-7381.. Christian Formation Office.. (608) 837-8509.. Liturgy and Pastoral Music.. (608) 837-2488.. Sacred Hearts School.. (608) 837-8508.. Daycare Extended Pre-school.. (608) 825-3004.. By email:.. sacredhearts@sacred-hearts.. org.. Parish & Community Concerns.. This commission is responsible for promoting responses to human care needs of parishioners, social justice, and ecumenical issues as well as planning social activities and welcoming new members.. Under this umbrella the following ministries and responsibilities take place:.. MISSION STATEMENT.. The Parish and Community Concerns Commission carries forward the vision of Jesus by developing and coordinating social needs and human concerns programs designed to translate Christian values and teachings into reality.. RESPECT FOR LIFE.. The main goal of this committee is to bring awareness and education to parish members regarding all life issues, from conception to death, through various activities, charities and events.. This committee is dedicated to providing and updating the parish on public policy related to life issues.. Some other activities include: During June/July we hold a "Baby Bottle" collection to benefit Pro-Life Wisconsin Madison's Women's Care Center.. In October (Respect Life Month), a St.. Gerard Baby Shower is held, where playpens are positioned in church for collecting new or gently used baby clothing, blankets, diapers, formula and other baby items which are then donated to the Pregnancy Helpline.. During the 40 day Vigil for Life in Madison, the parish organizes a group to volunteer time to hold prayerful vigil to end abortion.. In addition, a Memorial Mass is held in November to remember and honor parishioners and their family members who have passed away during the previous year.. Food and other items are frequently collected for the Sun Prairie Food Pantry.. Finally, Project Rosebud (see the back of church by the elevator) is an ongoing program offered at Sacred Hearts where parishioners identify, pray and support those who are pregnant, desiring pregnancy or adoption, celebrating birth or adoption, grieving miscarriage, abortion, stillborn, infant or child death.. Please call the parish center at 837-8509 if interested in joining the Respect for Life committee.. PASTORAL COUNCIL ELECTION PROCESS.. A committee who works on the nomination and election process for Pastoral Council Members and Parish Trustees.. RECEPTIONS AND FAREWELLS.. Coordinating efforts for religious anniversaries, receptions, farewells and social events.. PARISH DIRECTORY.. To update, assemble and help distribute as needed.. EVANGELIZATION.. To promote interest in Old Maswa, Tanzania, as our sister parish.. Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary Catholic Church.. 221 Columbus Street.. Sun Prairie WI 53590..

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  • Title: Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary Catholic Church > Home
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  • Title: Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary Catholic Church > Parish Staff
    Descriptive info: Msgr.. Duane Moellenberndt.. Pastor.. (608) 837-7381 ext.. 232.. Bishop Robert C.. Morlino.. Bishop of Madison.. Telephone: (608) 821-3000.. Father John Silva.. Parochial Vicar.. (608) 837-7381 ext 233.. Kim Frederick.. Principal, Sacred Hearts School.. 608-837-8508, ext.. 272.. Ann Terrill.. Pastoral Care.. 608-837-7381, ext.. Cathy Giandomenico.. Parish and School.. Business Manager.. 236.. Judy Raisbeck.. Parish Secretary.. 235.. Julie Hildebrand.. 235.. Irma Hintze.. Secretary, Office of  ...   Naomi Matthees.. Director, Office of Liturgy.. Worship.. Sharon Ouimette.. Parish Administrator.. 238.. Jackie Reindl.. Office Administrator, Christian Formation.. 608-837-8509, ext.. 241.. Lisa.. Gorecki.. Director of Parish.. Development.. 837-7381, ext.. 234.. Barbara Rogan.. Director of RCIA.. Coordinator,.. Baptismal Preparation.. 244.. Marilyn Roelfs.. Director, Sacred Hearts.. Daycare Program.. Pat Wilcenski.. Director of Christian.. Formation, Gr.. K-5.. Coordinator, First Holy Communion Program.. 245.. His Holiness.. Pope Francis..

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  • Title: Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary Catholic Church > Ministries > Parish Development
    Descriptive info: Stewardship.. Stewardship is a complete lifestyle.. Stewardship asks us to put God's priorities before our own.. Good stewards give the first portion of their gifts of time, talent and treasure to the Lord's work in gratitude for His many blessings.. This practice of giving of our "first fruits" incorporates the aspect of sacrificial giving.. "I say to you, this poor widow put in more than all the other contributors to the temple treasury.. For they have all contributed from their surplus wealth, but she, from her poverty, has contributed all she had, her whole livelihood.. " (Mark 12:43-44).. At Sacred Hearts, we believe that each of us is responsible for the time, talent and treasure that God, our creator, has given to us.. As good stewards, we see ourselves as caretakers of all God's gifts and we are excited to share them with others.. We encourage this from our children and our adults.. We offer ample opportunities to volunteer our time, talent and treasure.. And in doing so, we not only minister to the parish members of Sacred Hearts and build a sense of community, but we grow in our person relationship to Jesus Christ.. We look forward to sharing with you.. School Endowment Fund.. What Is An Endowment Fund?.. An Endowment Fund is a legal and financial agreement which accepts donations of cash, securities, property, life insurance benefits, trusts, bequests and other gifts.. By the Fund agreement, the principal is never expended.. It is a gift which never stops giving.. Our current fund balance is in excess of $1,500,000.. The original fund is now called Section A of the Endowment Fund.. All monies in Section A and all future monies donated to Section A of the Endowment Fund, will be administered in perpetuity exactly in accordance with the 1981 resolution.. The interest and dividends from the Endowment Fund, Section A will only be used as income in the school budget.. Each year in October, we present a check from the interest on the School Endowment Fund to a family that accepts the check on behalf of the school.. This year our Endowment Check was for $107,708.. 67 Thank you to all of the people and parishioners that give to our School Endowment Fund.. We received $109,617.. 36 in total donations.. The children of.. Sacred Hearts School.. thank you..  ...   value.. Let us know if we can be of assistance.. All About EFT - Electronic Funds Transfer.. We are pleased to offer you a service designed to better help you in your busy lifestyle.. As I have learned from the International Catholic Stewardship Conference, and other Catholic churches, the Direct Contribution Plan is an excellent way for Sacred Hearts to assist our members in their contribution commitments.. Today, many of us use Electronic Funds Transfers (EFT) to pay our mortgages, gas bills, water light bills, telephone bills and life insurance payments.. We write fewer checks and buy fewer stamps and never miss a due date.. With this in mind, Sacred Hearts would like to give you the opportunity to give your church contribution through EFT.. This will not only help us meet our commitment to God in a timely and convenient manner, but it will also help us when we are sick, on vacation or out of town.. It helps us to make our commitment to God a priority in our budget.. It helps level out our giving throughout the year and saves us with trying to play "clean-up" at the end of the year.. Here's How It Works.. We authorize contributions to be made from your checking or savings account on the 15th of each month.. Our proof of contribution will appear on your bank statement and on your church's annual giving statement.. Authority we grant to charge our contributions to your account remains in effect until you notify Sacred Hearts to increase it for the next year or discontinue it.. The Direct Contribution Plan is dependable, flexible and convenient.. To take advantage of this new service, you can download the authorization form at the bottom of this page.. The form is in PDF format, and will require the Adobe Acrobat Reader software.. If you do not have the software installed on your machine, you can download and install a free copy by clicking on the Adobe logo.. Please complete the authorization form and return it to the church via mail, via hand delivery to our office or in an envelope which can be placed in the Sunday collection.. If you have any questions, or need help in some way, please feel free to give Mrs.. Lisa Gorecki - Director of Parish Development 837-7381 ext.. 234 a call..

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  • Title: Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary Catholic Church > Ministries > Liturgy & Music
    Descriptive info: Of central importance in our worship of the Triune God is the liturgy.. Through the Liturgy, we are united as the Body of Christ and, together as faith believers, we manifest the presence of Christ in what we do.. We are all called to active participation in the Liturgy - through what we hear, what we say, what we sing and what we believe! Did you know that the word Liturgy encompasses more than just the Mass? "Liturgy" can also mean some of the following things:.. Praying the Liturgy of the Hours.. The 7 Sacraments.. Rites of the Eucharist Outside Mass (like Benediction).. Viaticum (communion given to one preparing for death).. The Rite of Christian Burial.. Religious Professions.. Prayers in the Book of Blessings.. Our parish can only be as active and vibrant as its members make it.. Members of the community of believers are called upon to share their time and talents for the good of all.. If you can be of service in one of these areas or would like more information, please contact the Liturgy Office, (608) 837-2488.. Lector.. The central role of the Lector is to proclaim the Word of God.. Good diction, pronunciation and creative reading skills are required to ensure that the faithful truly hear God speaking to them in the Word.. Requirements for Lectors are as follows:.. Proclaims scriptures to the assembly during the liturgy.. Should have a good speaking voice, a love and respect for the word of God, and the desire to share that word with others.. Should spend time before the liturgy reviewing scriptures that will be read, in order to be able to proclaim them effectively.. Commentator.. Read petitions during Prayer of the Faithful.. Makes special announcements.. Should have good speaking voice.. Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion.. Helps distribute communion during the liturgy; may assist with purification of vessels after liturgy.. Must be Catholic in good standing that has been confirmed.. Greeter.. Welcomes people as they enter the church for the liturgy.. Is ready to provide assistance or answer questions about the parish or the facilities.. Greeters may be individuals, couples, or families.. Member of the Liturgy Commission.. Attends monthly meetings (First Tuesday, September through June).. Has an interest in the liturgy of the Church and in seeking ways to enhance the worship and prayer life of Sacred Hearts' members.. May be called upon to work on  ...   both traditional and contemporary genres.. Liturgical music expresses in song the theology of the Church.. Here at Sacred Hearts, we have a variety of liturgical music opportunities for you to become involved in:.. Cantor.. Directs singing of the assembly.. Sings some music (e.. g.. , pslam verses) alone.. Assists assembly in learning new music.. Should have a pleasant singing voice, be able to learn and sing music accurately.. Choir Member (see various choirs).. Sacred Hearts has five choirs: Parish Choir, Folk Choir, Young People's Choir, Resurrection Choir, and a Handbell Choir.. Those who wish to join a choir should have reasonably pleasant voices (not as crucial for Handbell Choir members), be able to take direction, be able to attend rehearsals and scheduled liturgies regularly and believe in teamwork!.. Parish Choir.. Sings at 9 a.. Mass 3-4 times a month and special occasions (Christmas, Holy Week, Confirmation, etc).. Repertoire: a variety, including traditional and contemporary; mostly 4-part music.. Age: Adults and Teens.. Folk Choir.. Sings at Mass about twice a month (11 a.. or 5 p.. ) and on other special occasions.. Repertoire: Mostly music in the contemporary/folk style.. Age: Adults and youth from 7th grade up.. Young People’s Choir.. Mass about once a month, and on other special occasions.. Repertoire: Traditional and contemporary; goal is to teach young people various types of the church's music, to teach them to work as a musical group, and to train them for leadership roles in parish music ministry.. Age: Students from 3rd grade up.. Resurrection Choir.. Sings at parish funerals.. Rehearsals take place as needed.. Members must be available during the day, when most funerals take place.. Handbell Choir.. Plays at Mass one or two weekends per month (Mass times vary), and on other special occasions (including Christmas, Easter, Memorial Day Mass at parish cemetery).. Potential members must be able to read music and should be able to attend rehearsals and Masses regularly.. (This is particularly important in a Handbell group, since each member is responsible for playing certain bells.. ).. Instrumentalist.. If you play an instrument (trumpet, flute, drums, etc.. ) to the extent that you have moderate performance ability, please let us know – we may have music for you to play!.. If you are an accomplished pianist or organist, we would be happy to include you in our schedule of accompanists to play for Masses and other events..

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  • Title: Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary Catholic Church > Ministries > Parish Outreach
    Descriptive info: Vincent de Paul.. The mission of the St.. Vincent De Paul Society is to aid the poor with their needs in emergency situations such as rent, utilities, furniture, clothing and household items.. Money received is used to help Sun Prairie residents.. There are collection boxes on the southeast corner of the church for clothing and household items.. These are collected by Madison St.. Vincent De Paul and distributed by them for all in need.. People in need of assistance may call the Parish Center at 837-7381.. We meet the first Tuesday of the month at 2:00 p.. in the Parish Center.. All are welcome to attend.. Catholic Order of Foresters.. Roman H.. Class, FIC, CSA.. General Agent.. (877) 244-2507.. For Hall Rental:.. Don Strohmenger.. (608) 837-5067.. Ann Council of Catholic Women.. Ann’s was established nearly 100 years ago as St.. Ann’s Altar Society.. We recently reorganized with an emphasis on being a Council of Catholic Women.. We are affiliated with the Madison Diocese Council of Catholic Women and are part of the East Dane Deanery.. We now have only two dinner meetings each year.. Watch for details at this site or in the bulletin.. Dues are just $5.. 00/year and all women of the Parish are urged to join.. Our activities include operating two booths at our Parish Festival in September of each year.. One booth is for raffle items and the other for craft sales.. Our other fund raising activity is coordinating a community wide Bridge Marathon.. Monies raised are used for Parish and other charitable causes.. We recently donated money to pay for the new Sunday Lectionary.. We voted to donate money to landscape around the new construction next Spring.. We also donated money to the Sun Prairie Food Pantry.. Officers.. Barbara Darcey, co-chair.. 819 Barbara St.. (608) 837-3095.. Rosemary Bergman -Treasurer.. 462 Jeanne Court.. (608) 837-3560.. Knights of Columbus.. Knights of Columbus, Council  ...   times a year on the third Monday every three months We are serving meatloaf, mashed potatoes and gravy, with green beans.. Volunteers are needed to provide items for the meals as well as people willing to help set-up, serve and clean-up after the meal.. We will be serving on December 17, 2012; March 18, 2013; June 17, 2013 and September 16.. Check the bulletin Board in the Narthex of the Church two weeks before our date to serve to see how you might help.. Luke 10-11 : And the crowds asked him, What then should we do? He said to them in reply.. ,.. Whoever has two tunics should share with the person who has none.. And whoever has food should do likewise.. Luke House A Community Meal Program.. On the first Tuesday of each Month, Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary parish volunteers provide a full meal to people in need of food and fellowship at 310 South Ingersoll Street, Madison, WI.. We serve a delicious macaroni goulash, applesauce, pickles and dessert.. Providing the food for the meal is a group effort.. People participate in Luke House ministry in different ways.. Some people provide food and then come to Luke House to prepare, serve and share the meal.. Others participate by regularly providing their meal item.. They may come to Luke House occasionally, seldom or never, but they play a key part in this ministry of hospitality nonetheless.. Some volunteers come to serve the people who eat the meal.. Volunteers commit to a level of participation.. Luke House ministry is always looking for volunteers who can come down to Luke House on the first Tuesday of the month and help prepare, serve and clean-up after the meal.. Check the bulletin board in the Church Narthex for details.. Click Here for More Information on Examples of Volunteer Tasks.. Click Here for the Luke House Casserole Recipe..

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  • Title: Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary Catholic Church > Ministries > Sacraments
    Descriptive info: The Sacraments, RCIA.. and Pastoral Care.. One of the most important ways that Christ ministers to His Church is through the Sacraments.. We have a strong Sacramental life here at Sacred Hearts, which is centered around the presence of our Lord in the Eucharist.. We also want to reach out to the sick, the dying and the homebound in our parish community.. They are important members of our parish family and the Church, and they must feel the love and the presence of Christ as well.. Photo Gallery.. Baptism.. Baptism Dates:.. August 21, 2012*, October 9, 2012, December 11, 2012, February 12,2013, April 9,2013, June 11, 2013.. *Note: The August 14th Class is rescheduled and is now being held on August 21st.. The community of Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary Church has the following guidelines: Parent(s) anticipating a baptism for their first baby/child:.. must be registered members of Sacred Hearts Parish,.. or must have a relational tie to the parish with a letter from the pastor of their own parish, delegating us permission to Baptize their child,.. will join other prospective parents for one preparation session at the Sacred Hearts Parish Center.. Please call Barb Rogan at 837-8509 to register,.. and schedule a date for their child's Baptism upon completion of the class.. Baptism classes are held in the Parish Center, on the second Tuesday evening every other month, starting in August, from 6:30-8:00 p.. Upcoming dates for 2012-2013 are posted in the bulletin and listed in the above Calendar.. Parents who have had a previous child baptized or adults and parents of children over the age of seven, who are seeking Baptism should call Barb Rogan, 837-8509 for an informal meeting, to fill out the appropriate paperwork and look at available Baptism dates.. Criteria for Godparents:.. Must be at least 16 years old, and a baptized confirmed Catholic.. Not be the mother or father of the one to be baptized.. Accept to cooperate in the spiritual life and development of the godchild.. Be a member of a Catholic parish.. A baptized person who belongs to a non-Catholic ecclesial community may be admitted as a witness to baptism together with Catholic sponsor.. Holy Eucharist.. The Sacrament of Holy Eucharist (or First Holy Communion) takes place here at Sacred Hearts.. You are encouraged to receive the Sacrament as part of the Group Celebration.. Click here for 1st Reconciliation 1st Eucharist Calendar.. Practice Sessions.. The mandatory practice will take place on a Saturday morning @ 10:00am one day prior to your scheduled time to receive the Sacrament.. Celebration of the Sacrament.. April 28, 2013 (11:00am liturgy).. May 5, 2013 (11:00am liturgy).. May 12, 2013 (11:00am liturgy).. Confirmation.. You will find the Schedule for the 2012-2013 class dates by going to Christian Formation.. (We have not set dates yet for the 2012-2013 school year.. ) Keep watching for the dates.. Eleventh graders are invited to begin the final stages of preparation for the Sacrament of Confirmation, which they receive in the spring.. The new speaker/discussion based curriculum has been developed in the hopes that the students might better understand the role of confirmation in their life and the responsibilities they take on now as a candidate and later as a full and active member of our faith community.. This speaker/discussion based program will help  ...   these months prior to your wedding.. Anointing of the Sick.. Coordinators: Rev.. Duane Moellenberndt or Fr.. Brian Dulli.. The Church believes and confesses that among the seven sacraments there is one especially intended to strengthen those who are being tried by illness, the Anointing of the Sick.. From the Catechism of the Catholic Church, #1511.. Supporting and Praying for Vocations.. Sacred Hearts Parish has begun a program of prayer for vocations.. Each Sunday, a family is presented with a special chalice.. The chalice is taken to the family's home, and the family prays for vocations for one week.. Families interested in participating can sign up for a week in the narthex of the church.. The chalice will be given to the first priest to be ordained from Sacred Hearts.. A crucifix was also purchased to be given to the first brother, sister, or permanent deacon from our parish.. You are also welcome to download and view our Prayer Book that accompanies the chalice if you would to pray for vocations as well!!.. Maybe you know of someone who might make a good priest, deacon, or religious brother or sister? Maybe you yourself have heard the call of God to answer to this very important call.. Please contact Msgr.. Duane and Fr.. Brian, and they would be happy to work with you.. RCIA: Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults.. WHAT IS RCIA?.. The Rite of Christian Initiation is a process for adults seeking to become full members of the Catholic Church.. It is an opportunity for you to not only learn about the Catholic Church, but to learn about God's love for us and our relationship with others.. FOR WHOM IS RCIA INTENDED?.. The process of Christian Initiation is for adults who.. Want to learn more about the Catholic Church.. Are not baptized and would like to become Catholic Christians through the sacraments of Baptism, Confirmation and Eucharist.. Are baptized Christians (in another faith or Catholic) who want to become full sacramental members of the Catholic Church through Confirmation and Eucharist.. RCIA 2012-2013 Calendar.. Click Here.. Office of Pastoral Care.. In response to Christ’s call and to the contemporary situation of sicknesses, the aging process, loneliness, death, and special needs, Sacred Hearts Parish is called to be a caring community which continues the care and concern of Christ’s healing presence among us.. This ministry can never be limited, but must be seen in the broad context of the sacrament of human concern in ministries of Christian service.. The Pastoral Care Ministry provides Christian caring and service to all parishioners in need, especially the handicapped, homebound, elderly, bereaved and lonely.. Ministry of the Eucharist: ministers of the Eucharist bring Holy Communion to those confined to their home.. If you wish to receive Communion in the home call the Parish Center and ask for Sister Anne Raymond.. Ministry of Prayer: a group of volunteer parishioners who pray for the needs of others.. Prayers for special needs may be requested by calling the Parish Center and asking for Sister Anne Raymond.. Ministry of Services: parishioners help the handicapped, the elderly, the homebound with odd jobs, shopping, transportation.. If services are needed call the Parish Center.. The Sacraments of Reconciliation and the Anointing of the Sick are given as requested.. Call the Parish Center to make arrangements..

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  • Title: Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary Catholic Church > Ministries > Cemetery Guidelines
    Descriptive info: Sacred Hearts Cemetery.. 1001 Columbus Street.. Sun Prairie, Wisconsin 53590.. Cemetery Sexton.. Fred Escher.. 837-7608.. "The bodies of the dead must be treated with respect and charity, in faith and hope in the Resurrection.. The burial of the dead is a corporal work of mercy; it honors the children of God, who are temples of the Holy Spirit.. ".. - Catechism of the Catholic Church.. For Our Cemetery Informational Brochure Click Here..

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  • Title: Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary Catholic Church > Christian Formation
    Descriptive info: Confirmation.. Letter to Parents.. Criteria for Sponsors:.. A person who is a practicing faith-filled Roman Catholic adult.. A person who is able to relate in friendship to a teenager and is a good listener.. A person who is willing to participate in the Confirmation process during the year.. A person who is willing to share his or her own experience of faith.. Sponsors must be fully initiated Catholics, that is, they must have received the sacraments of Baptism, Confirmation and the Eucharist.. Preferably, the baptismal sponsor should be the Confirmation sponsor whenever possible.. A sponsor must be at least sixteen years old.. Parents may not be sponsors for their sons and daughters.. View the latest Confirmation, First Communion, and Christian Formation dates.. HERE.. Youth Ministry.. ANNOUNCEMENTS.. YOUTH ACTIVITIES.. "Holiness is not the luxury of a few people, but a simple duty for you and me.. -BL Teresa of Calcutta.. Fall is here.. WOW! What a summer it has been, full of mission trips, serving communities, enjoying the taste of s'mores by the campfire, and let's not forget 'celebrating our hard work at water parks'.. Words really can't adequately communicate all the wonderful experiences I was able to partake in this summer with our youth.. Even though the summer was wonderful, there is something about fall that really brings a community together.. Whether it is when you are sitting on the bleachers cheering on the Cardinals to a win, immersing yourself in school activities, or spending time with family and friends.. God is delighted when you are enjoying community events or loving your families.. But, what if there was more? What if there was an instrument that could impact your child's life to help them grow in faith and live holy lives? Look no further.. We have multiple opportunities for your child to participate in.. These events are not only fulfilling but VERY enjoyable.. Your child will not regret going and neither will you.. Please, prayerfully consider encouraging your child to attend these events.. Click Here for Information on Summer Stretch 2013.. Click Here for Information on NCYC 2013: What is this?.. Click Here for Youth Activities.. Click Here for Love Begins Here Mission Trip.. Register electronically.. for the 2013-2014 school year via the Internet - no form necessary!.. Register for the 2013-2014 year by downloading and printing the.. registration form.. Announcements.. Click Here for Summer Stretch 2013 Information.. Click Here for Information for NCYC:  ...   and live as Jesus Christ did, as well as help them understand the Mass and treasure it as our greatest prayer to God.. As.. seventh graders.. they will develop a deeper understanding of god's revelation.. The intent is for each seventh grade student to cherish the sacraments and appreciate them as an important component to fulfill our Catholic faith.. The Faith and Life Series does a fantastic job of accentuating the importance of grace as the center of our relationship with God.. The eighth grade.. curriculum helps the students understand the Church and the roles we play as a member of the body of Christ.. To help students live a holy life as a Christian within the world we must strengthen our knowledge of Church and the history of the Church.. This year the students will learn about the Magisterium, the clergy, the religious and the laity, and how to live out their own vocation.. Living Our Faith - Church meets young adolescents where they are, with materials that honor their experiences and invite them to grow in their faith.. Living Our Faith is used in the 9th grade.. Pathway through Scripture is used for the 10th grade.. as they deepen their love and understanding of the Bible.. The 11th graders.. focus on preparation for the Sacrament of Confirmation, which they celebrate in the spring.. Confirmation classes will meet one Sunday evening each month from 6:30 - 8:30 PM.. Each student receives a "Red Book" that covers the necessary steps to worthily receive Confirmation as well as a curriculum that covers the basic tenets of Catholicism with special emphasis on the Holy Spirit.. The Christian Formation Fund.. The Christian Formation Fund is an investment fund for the future needs of the parish.. The Principle is never spent, but the interest is available for the department to use for the good of all members of the parish.. Donations may be made through the bi-monthly envelope or directly to the Christian Formation Office.. Each October, we present a check to a family that represents the Christian Formation program in our church.. Each year, our Christian Formation program is blessed with a check to assist us in continuing the fine Catholic Education that Sacred Hearts is known for.. This year, we presented a check in the amount of 1,674.. 43 Thank you to each of you who contribute to our Christian Formation Fund.. May God bless you richly!..

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  • Title: Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary Catholic Church > Home > Calendars
    Descriptive info: Mark Your Calendars.. Liturgical Ministers.. Altar Servers.. RCIA.. Baptismal Classes.. Parish Calendar.. First Reconciliation & First Eucharist 2012-2013.. October 8.. First Reconciliation Parents/Student Meeting 6:30 pm.. Sacred Hearts Church Proper.. November 10.. First Reconciliation Retreat 3:00pm Sacred Hearts School - Special Note: Practices for First Reconciliation will be held during class time.. December 9th -.. Celebration of the Sacrament of Reconciliation 1:00pm - Sacred Hearts Church.. February 4.. First Holy Eucharist Parents/Student Meeting 6:30 pm.. March 16.. First Holy Eucharist Retreat - 3:00pm Sacred Hearts School Gym.. April 17.. 2nd Graders' Day - School Gym 3:30-5:00 pm.. April 21, 2013*.. First Holy Eucharist Celebration I - 11:00am liturgy Sacred Hearts Church.. April 28, 2013*.. First Holy Eucharist Celebration I - 11:00am liturgy Sacred Hearts Church.. May 5, 2013*.. First Holy Eucharist Celebration II - 11:00am liturgy Sacred Hearts Church.. * Depending on which group your child is placed in, mandatory practice for the Sunday Mass will take place the day before (Saturday) at 10:00am at Sacred Hearts Church.. CONFIRMATION 2012-2013 CALENDAR.. WE HAVE A CONFIRMATION DATE:.. WEDNESDAY, MAY 15, 2013 AT ST.. ALBERT THE GREAT CHURCH.. All Classes start at 6:30 PM unless otherwise  ...   - at St.. Albert the Great Church.. Confirmation - Wednesday, May 15, 2013 at St.. SACRED HEARTS CHRISTIAN FORMATION 2012-2013 CALENDAR.. September 19 Catechist meeting.. September 26 Parent/Student Night 6:30 PM Church.. October 3 First Class.. October 10 Class.. October 17 Class.. October 24 Class.. October 31 No Class - Halloween.. November 7 Class.. November 14 Class.. November 21 NO CLASS - Thanksgiving.. November 28 Class.. December 5 Class.. December 12 Class.. December 19 Class.. December 26 NO CLASS - Christmas Break.. January 2 NO CLASS - Catechist Meet.. January 9 Class.. January 16 Class.. January 23 AFTERNOON CLASS ONLY.. January 30 Class.. February 6 Class.. February 13 Class.. February 20 Class.. February 27 Class.. March 6 Class.. March 13 Class.. March 20 Class.. March 27 NO CLASS - Spring Break.. April 3 Class.. April 10 LAST CLASS.. April 17 2ND GRADE DAY.. Parish 2012-2013 Calendar.. 6/2/2013 9:00 AM.. 6/2/2013 10:00 AM.. Graduating High School Senior Mass.. 6/11/2013 6:30 PM.. 6/11/2013 8:30 PM.. Baptism Class.. 7/7/2013 12:00 PM.. 7/7/2013 3:00 PM.. Sacred Hearts Cemetery Tour.. 8/3/2013 9:00 AM.. 8/3/2013 12:00 PM.. Mass on the Farm.. 9/7/2013 10:00 AM.. 9/8/2013 7:00 PM.. Parish Fall Festival..

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  • Title: Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary Catholic Church > Ministries > Parish Development > Parish Registration Form
    Descriptive info: Parish Registration.. Head of Household Information.. First Name:.. Last Name:.. Middle Initial:.. Religion:.. Date of Birth:.. Gender:.. Male.. Female.. Baptized?.. Yes.. No.. 1st Communion?.. Reconciliation?.. Confirmation?.. Marital Status:.. Single.. Married.. Widowed.. Divorced.. Occupation:.. Marriage Date:.. Catholic Church/City:.. Other Ceremony:.. Spouse Information.. Maiden (Name):.. Address Information.. Address:.. City:.. State:.. Alabama.. Alaska.. Arizona.. Arkansas.. California.. Colorado.. Connecticut.. Delaware.. District of Columbia.. Florida.. Georgia.. Hawaii.. Idaho.. Illinois.. Indiana.. Iowa.. Kansas.. Kentucky.. Louisiana.. Maine.. Maryland.. Massachusetts.. Michigan.. Minnesota.. Mississippi.. Missouri.. Montana.. Nebraska.. Nevada.. New Hampshire.. New Jersey.. New Mexico.. New York.. North Carolina.. North Dakota.. Ohio.. Oklahoma.. Oregon.. Pennsylvania.. Rhode Island.. South Carolina.. South Dakota.. Tennessee.. Texas.. Utah.. Vermont.. Virginia.. Washington.. West Virginia..  ...   M/F.. Birth Date.. Grade/School.. Baptism.. Eucharist.. M.. F.. Do you wish to receive the Diocesan newspaper,.. The Catholic Herald.. ?:.. Do we have permission to publish your family name and individual members in our publications?:.. Do you have any specific talents/skills that you would like to make the parish staff aware of? Would you be willing to share your talents/skills if the Parish may need you? Please describe:.. List family members who are Sacred Hearts School Alumni:.. Please list any disabilities of any family members that we should be aware of:.. Please tell us if any family members are shut-in:.. Please list languages (other than English) spoken by family members:..

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