- 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Sacred Heart Catholic Church
655 C Avenue
Coronado, CA 92118
Phone: (619) 435-3167
Artesanos Don Bosco crafted our St. Francis Chapel sacred furnishings including the altar and lectern, presiders chair, crucifix and tabernacle. It was a privilege to support their good works and a joy to have such beautiful pieces in our beloved Chapel. ... See MoreSee Less
Have you been in our St. Francis Chapel? This is the wood carver from Artesanos Don Bosco in the mountains of Peru who hand-crafted our crucifix. All monies directly support the students at their artisan school for boys and girls, to provide livelihood and keep their cultural craftsmanship thriving. Graduates, like this young man, receive the tools they need to continue their art, and an option to remain and work creating religious and secular furnishings or pursue their own endeavors as creators. The world is wide and it was a privilege to both support them in their good works and enjoy the beauty of their fine craftsmanship in our chapel’s sacred furnishings. Not a single nail was used in any of the pieces. Take a closer look on your next visit. Link to a short film about them on our facebook page. ... See MoreSee Less
Can’t wait to visit again. Amazing God given talent.
Young people demand change. They wonder how anyone can claim to be building a better future without thinking of the environmental crisis and the sufferings of the excluded. #LaudatoSi ... See MoreSee Less
Registration is NOW OPEN!
*PreK- (3-5 years old by June 1st), space limited
*Middle School 707 @ VBS
few spaces left)
*High School Teen/ Young Adult Volunteers
Questions? Call/email Cary Gould at Parish Offices
619-435-3167/ email@example.com ... See MoreSee Less
" I was hungry, and you gave me something to eat"
The Million Meal Event provides healthy meals to families facing extreme poverty.
SATURDAY, JUNE 11 - SUNDAY JUNE 12
CATHEDRAL CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL
SIGN UP AT www.millionmealevent.com
Sacred Heart volunteers sign up for
Saturday AM shift,
8:30 - 11 AM if possible
Questions? call Steve or Ellen Shackford:
619-681-4153; 619-233-6309 ... See MoreSee Less
Are you looking for peace in your heart? In your family? In the new documentary, PRAY: THE STORY OF PATRICK PEYTON, you will meet the extraordinary man who dedicated his life to reminding people that true peace comes from God and a relationship with Him. Father Peyton’s deep friendship with God and the Blessed Virgin Mary, combined with his tireless zeal, inspired millions of families around the world to discover how prayer would bring them together and transform their hearts. SAVE THE DATE and Plan to Join us as we watch PRAY together...
May 28th at 7:00pm in the Parish Center! ... See MoreSee Less
Jesus said to his disciples:
“As the Father loves me, so I also love you.
Remain in my love.
If you keep my commandments, you will remain in my love,
just as I have kept my Father’s commandments
and remain in his love.
“I have told you this so that
my joy might be in you and
your joy might be complete.”
#dailyingodsword ... See MoreSee Less
Start your day with a Gentle Practice and Christian Meditation
Bring: A Yoga or exercise mat, towel or blanket to sit on.
Suggested Donation: $10 per session
Ministry Center Conference Room ... See MoreSee Less
Looking forward to this!
A good reflection as we plan for our parish pilgrimage to the Holy Land, and for everyone who walks the Way.A pilgrimage typically has a destination (or several) in mind, but it is generally recognized that the journey itself is the major component of a pilgrimage, not just the ending point. It is in the walking, the slow travel, the movement of body connected with soul, that the main part of the journey takes place.
The place we walk soaks into us as we go, and we tune into the landscape, God, ourselves, and the community joining us. We may be walking the Camino de Santiago, the Via Dolorosa, or another road to another place, another piece of the sacred story. There may or may not be markers along the way, pointing toward the events and people that have been part of the sacred story of this particular piece of earth. But there is always the path, our feet, the next step.
And we don’t walk it alone. Even though we all start from different points, there is a communal walking along the way, too—even if you walk in solitude, the travelers who have gone before you are part of that community, and you are never really alone.
A pilgrimage is a leaving of our regular rhythms, and an entering-in to the sacredness of a space that may be new to us—or may feel like home in our very bones.
In what ways might you be invited to “pilgrimage” in this season of your life? It may be across an ocean, or it may something simpler and closer to home. Or it may be simply an awareness of the way you yourself *are* a pilgrim in this world. What is your destination? What is the journey like along the way? Who walks with you? Whether you are being invited to a literal pilgrimage or a metaphorical one, lean into your sense of what it is to be a pilgrim this week, today, this morning. ... See MoreSee Less