Sacred Heart Coronado > Adopt A Family 2020
Sacred Heart Catholic Church
655 C Avenue
Coronado, CA 92118
Phone: (619) 435-3167
Christmas Bake Sale
after all the Masses
December 10 & 11
on the Plaza
Delicious homemade goodies-
many ready for gift giving
Sponsored by Sacred Heart Parish
Small Church Communities
For information 619-435-8386
This year 2022 all proceeds will benefit Casa de los Pobres
located in Tijuana, Mexico
Founded by the Fransican Missionary Sisters of Our Lady of Peace - Help us help THEM
The poor and destitute people that come to the Casa's
doors are sick, hungry, frightened, and cold but also humble and hopeful.
The Casa provides poor families with:
A hearty breakfast each moming
usually meat with beans and rice, oatmeal and milk, and always hot tortillas. For many parents and children, this may be their only
meal of the day.
Thank you for supporting this good work. ... See MoreSee Less
Hosted by the Knights of Columbus Sacred Heart Parish Center
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10th
12:00 TO 2:00PM
Enjoy a Holiday Meal
by CHEF Jimmy Dwaileebe
Live Music by Blue ZoNe
We need to prepare for you.
Please RSVP by
Call (619) 417-8907
Need a Ride - a Knight will
gladly pick you up. ... See MoreSee Less
SACRED HEART SCHOOL HOSTING A PARISH-WIDE PARENTING WORKSHOP
Thursday, Dec. 1st
This is an enlightening interactive workshop for parents.
Specific words and phrases adults often use when talking with children that fall flat and why
How to choose different verbiage informed by an understanding of the child’s point of view
The 3 Tenets of Emotional Credibility in Communication
How to apply The 3 Tenets to earn a child’s trust and get them to open up
What you shouldn’t say to a child who’s being bullied or struggling with belonging and why
What you should say and do
Immersive practice session featuring role-playing and other engaging activities
Additional content covered in this workshop includes: the warning signs a child may be a bully, a target, or struggling with belonging, how to intervene, and how to approach and work with the other parents.
It will also feature information on how to work in partnership with the school in any challenging situation, whether it be bullying-related, academics, or something else.
This is a more than a workshop; it’s an experience that will deepen everyone’s understanding not only of kids and how they see the world, but the ways in which adults can connect to that world using the basic fundamentals of good communication.
ALL ARE WELCOME ... See MoreSee Less
Today we are celebrating the first Sunday of Advent!
The first candle reminds us to have hope in Jesus. Just like many people had hope that a savior would be born, we also hope that one day Jesus will return.
🕯️Let’s light the first candle and pray for hope together!
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Waiting in Community
Christian community is the place where we keep the flame of hope alive among us and take it seriously so that it can grow and become stronger in us. In this way we can live with courage, trusting that there is a spiritual power in us when we are together that allows us to live in this world without surrendering to the powerful forces constantly seducing us toward despair. That is how we dare to say that God is a God of love even when we see hatred all around us. That is why we can claim that God is a God of life even when we see death and destruction all around us. We say it together. We affirm it in each other. Waiting together, nurturing what has already begun, expecting its fulfillment—that is the meaning of marriage, friendship, community, and the Christian life.
-Henri Nouwen ... See MoreSee Less
As I start my Advent journey, may the Lord of light show me the path to follow.
O House of Jacob, come, let us walk in the light of the Lord.
- Isaiah 2:5 ... See MoreSee Less
Because of my brothers and friends
I will say, "Peace be within you!"
Because of the house of the LORD, our God,
I will pray for your good.
R. Let us go rejoicing to the house of the Lord.
The origins of the Advent wreath are unclear. Like many holiday traditions, they may be pre-Christian, and like many of today’s Christmas traditions, Advent wreaths were popularized by Germans, who brought them to the United States. No matter where they came from or how they differ, Advent wreaths are rich in symbolism. The candles are lit as a sign of hope to dispel the darkness. The evergreen, wrapped in a circle, signifies continuous life. The prickly leaves of holly are like the crown of thorns. Pinecones symbolize resurrection. If you don’t already have one, consider making one as a craft project this Advent, and add elements that have symbolic meaning for you. Then, each evening, light the corresponding candle(s) and offer a prayer of the heart in your own way.
As the advent light grows each week, may peace deepen be within us all and may we, as Christ’s church and individual members of it, be mindful of others and pray for our neighbors good.
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As we begin this Advent
“Setting out, just as the Magi did, is essential if we are to find Jesus. His star demands a decision to take up the journey and to advance tirelessly on our way. It demands that we free ourselves from useless burdens and unnecessary extras that only prove a hindrance, and accept unforeseen obstacles along the map of life. Jesus allows himself to be found by those who seek him, but to find him we need to get up and go, not sit around but take risks, not stand still, but set out.
Jesus makes demands: he tells those who seek him to leave behind the armchair of worldly comforts and the reassuring warmth of hearth and home. Following Jesus is not a polite etiquette to be observed, but a journey to be undertaken. God, who set his people free in the exodus and called new peoples to follow his star, grants freedom and joy always and only in the course of a journey. In other words, if we want to find Jesus, we have to overcome our fear of taking risks, our self-satisfaction and our indolent refusal to ask anything more of life. We need to take risks simply to meet a Child. Yet those risks are immensely worth the effort, since in finding that Child, in discovering his tenderness and love, we rediscover ourselves. ”
– Pope Francis ... See MoreSee Less
We are so excited to gather again for our Women’s Advent Dinner & Reflection with Dotti Hulburt, this year with an Italian theme!
After all, Italy celebrates Christmas with a vigorous faith and wide embrace, and always, with people gathered round the table. ❤
Wednesday December 7th
Evening’s Menu - Chef Celestina Ford
Antipasto and Fresh Bread
Lasagna Bolognese Al Forno
Winter Caprese with Pesto on Arugula
Tiramisu and Cannoli’s
Registration closes Monday.
Drop off your completed form
with $40 donation to the parish office
Email: DCM@sacredheartcor.org ... See MoreSee Less