Make the most of the Sacrament of Penance and Reconciliation

Confession Schedule Confessions are heard from 3:30 pm to 5:00 pm Saturday afternoons, First Fridays at 9 am; 5 pm, during all Sunday Masses and by appointment by calling the rectory (540) 662-5858. Make the most of your Confession It is…

Can you host a Listening Session in your home?

Fr. Lundberg would like to informally meet with the members of the parish to hear ideas, suggestions, concerns, and cares first-hand. If you would like to invite six to eight parishioners for coffee or dessert to meet with Fr. Lundberg,…

Catholic Beliefs

“Our profession of faith begins with God, for God is the First and the Last, the beginning and the end of everything. The Credo begins with God the Father, for the Father is the first divine person of the Most Holy Trinity;…

News from parish groups

Calling all prospective teachers

Please come to one of the following Information Programs for Prospective Teachers scheduled throughout the Diocese and meet with Sister Patricia Helene, IHM, head of the Marymount University Catholic School Leadership Program, Sister Karl Ann Homberg, SSJ, Assistant Superintendent, and Janet Vetrano, Licensure Specialist…

The Academy needs your trunk!

A family-friendly and safe way for children to enjoy trick-or-treating, and for our parish family to come together. Our Trunk-or-Treat event will be on October 27th right after the 5:30pm Mass in the church’s upper parking lot. In order for…

Come out and ride tomorrow with the Ride for Saints

Join Principal Susan Parks Netko, the Blue Knights WV V, and the Knights of Columbus in a Ride for the Saints tomorrow, September 29th. Registration begins at 9:00AM with kickstands up at 11:00AM. Riders are $20 and Passengers are $10….

Pastor’s Corner

Dear Sacred Heart Family, October is the month of Our Lady and her Rosary. Why should we consider praying, rediscovering or finding out about the Rosary?  Let’s take a look. Our Lady is our Mother, and how much she loves…

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Pastor’s Corner

Dear Sacred Heart Family, What does it mean to scandalize?  The root word is to cause a stumbling block for others. The Roman army used to leave massive rocks and boulders in the roads and pathways of their enemies. This…

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Pastor’s Corner

Dear Sacred Heart Family, Be number one!  How can someone become number one? Aren’t we supposed to avoid ambition? Our Lord shows us the way to victory: “If anyone wishes to be first, he shall be the last of all…

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