Sacred Heart Catholic Church
655 C Avenue
Coronado, CA 92118
Phone: (619) 435-3167
6 hours ago
Sacred Heart Coronado & Knights of Columbus online
Rosary For The Unborn Child
TONIGHT, January 21st 7:00PM - 8:00 PM (PST)
Please join our Rosary from your computer,
tablet or smartphone.
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9 hours ago
Attention Open HeARTS friends -
We are planning a special Valentines paint project online with our own Trisha Ross - @bluebirdtweetsstudio
More details to come.
but for now SAVE THE DATE
Sunday, February 7th
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So excited! Looking forward to this fun virtual art event before the Super Bowl! 💕
12 hours ago
Spiritual reading is not only reading about spiritual people or spiritual things. It is also reading spiritually, that is, in a spiritual way! Reading in a spiritual way is reading with a desire to let God come closer to us.
The purpose of spiritual reading . . . is not to master knowledge or information but to let God’s Spirit master us. Strange as it may sound, spiritual reading means to let ourselves be read by God!
Spiritual reading is reading with an inner attentiveness to the movement of God’s Spirit in our outer and inner lives. With that attentiveness, we will allow God to read us and to explain to us what we are truly about.
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208. We need to learn how to unmask the various ways that the truth is manipulated, distorted and concealed in public and private discourse. What we call “truth” is not only the reporting of facts and events, such as we find in the daily papers. It is primarily the search for the solid foundations sustaining our decisions and our laws. This calls for acknowledging that the human mind is capable of transcending immediate concerns and grasping certain truths that are unchanging, as true now as in the past. As it peers into human nature, reason discovers universal values derived from that same nature.
Excerpt: FRATELLI TUTTI
Pope Francis Encyclical
On Fraternity and Social Friendship
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Thursday, Jan 21, 2021
MEMORIAL OF AGNES, VIRGIN, MARTYR
Draw inspiration from women of faith
Today we honor both Saint Agnes, virgin and martyr, and, in some places, Our Lady of Altagracia, protectress of the Dominican Republic. The devotion to both grew from grassroots popularity; that is, ordinary Christians were moved by their stories and lifted them up for veneration. Saint Agnes was executed for her faith in the fourth century. Our Lady of Altagracia is an image of Mary in the Dominican Republic that, according to legend, kept mysteriously moving to an orange grove until a church was built there. Centuries later memories of both women continue to inspire the faithful. Take a moment to reflect on women of faith who inspire you.
TODAY'S READINGS: Hebrews 7:25—8:6; Mark 3:7-12.
“Jesus is always able to save those who approach God through him.”
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May all who seek you
exult and be glad in you,
And may those who love your salvation
say ever, “The LORD be glorified.”
Here am I, Lord; I come to do your will.
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Heavenly Father, thank you
for the precious gift of life.
Help us to cherish and protect
this gift, even in the midst of fear,
pain, and suffering.
Give us love for all people,
especially the most vulnerable,
and help us bear witness to the
truth that every life is worth living.
Grant us the humility to accept
help when we are in need,
and teach us to be merciful to all.
Through our words and actions,
may others encounter the
of Your mercy.
We ask this through
Christ, our Lord.
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“Unity is made by walking, in order to recall that when we walk together, that is, when we meet as brothers, we pray together, we collaborate together in the proclamation of the Gospel, and in the service to the least, we are already united. All the theological and ecclesiological differences that still divide Christians will only be surmounted along this path, although today we do not know how and when it will happen, but that it will happen according to what the Holy Spirit will suggest for the good of the Church.” – Pope Francis
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