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 "Dear Padre" (March 11, 2018)

Mass Intentions Published in Weekly Bulletin, No Longer Announced at Masses 

We wanted to let everyone know that since Mass Intentions are included in the weekend bulletin, they will not be announced at Masses.




Read the Feb. 11 "Dear Padre" 

Since we weren't able to include this popular feature in this weekend's bulletin, we wanted to make sure that you had the opportunity to read it here.

Ash Wednesday Mass Schedule

Masses will be at 8:00AM, 12:10PM, and 7:00PM. Confessions are only before the 8AM and Noon Masses.

Sacred Heart Annual Report

We're proud to present our annual report for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2017. Take a look at some highlights from the year, including statistics and financials.

National Catholic Pledge to End the Death Penalty

“All Christians and people of good will are thus called today to fight not only for the abolition of the death penalty, whether legal or illegal, and in all its forms, but also in order to improve prison conditions, with respect for the human dignity of the people deprived of their freedom” (Pope Francis).

In response to Pope Francis’s call, may we pledge to educate, advocate, and pray for the end of the death penalty:

Moral Imperative of Budget Spending Priorities

It is critical that our national debt must be gradually reduced with a wise and effective budget. And while we distribute and prioritize our common resources, “we cannot balance the budget on the backs of the poor." To learn how Catholic Bishops respond to our national budget, please visit

Visit us on Facebook

For those of you who are about social media, please visit our Facebook page, where we post photos and videos and all the latest news about Sacred Heart. And to make it easier to find, the page is @SacredHeartSeattle.

Doing Our Part to End Hunger

Help persuade Congress to make funding decisions that enable people in our country and around the world to feed their families. Hand-written letters are still the most effective way to make your voice heard in Washington D.C. And your letter will be amplified by the tens of thousands of letters written by others as part of Bread for the World’s 2017 offering of letters. To learn more and for a sample letter, visit




















Holy Week and Easter Mass Schedule

Stations of the Cross During Lent

Every Wednesdays and Friday after Stations of the Cross
(Wed., after 12:10pm, Fri., at 6:30pm)

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Holy Mass Schedule

Monday - Friday
8:00am., St. John Paul II Adoration Chapel (downstairs)
12:10pm, Main Church
5:30pm Tuesdays only, St. John Paul II Adoration Chapel
8:00am, 5:30pm (Vigil)
9:00am, 11:00am, and 5:30pm


Monday - Friday
7:30am - 7:50am (Visitation Room downstairs)
11:30am -  noon
5:00pm - 5:20pm Tuesdays only (Visitation Room)
4:00pm to 5:00pm
No confessions heard on Sundays, Holy Days, or Holidays


Our Mother of Perpetual Help

Tuesday - After all masses

Adoration of the Eucharist

First Friday - After the 12:10pm Mass

Anointing of the Sick

Second Saturday - After 5:30pm Mass










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