Welcome to Sacred Heart,

where our mission is to

"Unite in love, then serve."

Parish Announcements

* The parish has purchased two machines that will allow us to “fog” disinfectant throughout the church to more easily and completely sanitize after each Mass. Once the “fog” is dispensed, it requires about 30 minutes to dry completely. We ask that you to enter the church no earlier than 30 minutes prior to Mass. Thank you for your help to keep our community safe.

* Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament will be held Monday—Thursday right after the 8:00 am Mass. All are welcome to pray with us.

* Your continued financial support of our parish is most appreciated. You can make your contribution online or drop off at the parish office. There are locked boxes in the front lobby of the church and the 4th Street entrance to the church can be used to drop contributions, raffle tickets and red envelopes.

Chapel Renovation Presentation

Archdiocese Announcements

Sacred Heart Announcements 

The Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston Recommendations

That each parish continue to maintain their regular Mass schedules for all those who wish to participate, though the obligation to attend Mass is being dispensed until further notice.

The following individuals are asked to remain at home and not attend Mass:

  • If you are currently ill;
  • If you are suffering from a chronic health condition;
  • If your immune system is compromised;
  • If you are over the age of 60; or
  • If you are uncomfortable attending Sunday Mass due to concerns over the Coronavirus (COVID-19).

Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston Prayer in the Time of the Coronavirus

Comfort us, O Lord, for we are like your disciples on the storm tossed seas,

unsettled by what lies ahead.

We turn to You, our Healer and Guide,

to still our hearts in our time of need and hear our prayer:

Heal those who are sick with the coronavirus and protect the elderly and most vulnerable.

Give strength to all who tend to our health and wisdom to researchers who work toward a cure.

Open our eyes and hearts, as you did during Hurricane Harvey, that we may look beyond our immediate needs to care for others who need help.

Through the Holy Spirit, guide our leaders to make wise decisions for the welfare of all the people they serve.

Grant eternal rest to those who have died from the virus.

May Mary, Our Mother, who has heard our pleas in the storms of our lives,

intercede to her Son, that we may find healing and a prompt end to this illness.

Mary, Star of the Sea, pray for us.

Jesus Christ, Our Lord and Savior, heal us.


Hello Friends,

As our nation and the world faces the crisis surrounding COVID-19, many dioceses and parishes have taken the extraordinary measure to cancel the celebration of public Masses and in some cases dispense the faithful from their Sunday obligation. This has been done as state and local governments have begun to limit large gatherings of people in order to limit the spread of the virus and ultimately keep us safe. 

During this time, especially during the Lenten season, we wanted to remind you that EWTN broadcasts the daily Mass live at 8am Eastern from Our Lady of the Angels Chapel on the EWTN campus in Irondale, Alabama. You can watch live on TV or online via streaming at ewtn.com/tv/watch-live.

You can also listen to the Mass live on the radio, SIRIUS/XM, or listen online at ewtn.com/radio/listen-live.

If you missed the live stream, you can get today's daily readings and homily at this link.

Click here to find EWTN on your local cable/satellite provider or click here to find our radio schedule.

We encourage you to check your parish and diocese for the status of your local Mass, and ask that you would pray for healing and comfort for all those who are directly impacted by the virus.

God bless you,

Your EWTN Family



  • Masses: 7:30AM, 9:30AM, 11:30AM

Monday through Friday

  • Please enter and exit through the side door by the office.
  • Mass at 8:00AM
  • Confession from 8:30AM to 9:15AM

Monday through Thursday

  • The Church opens from 8AM to 5PM
  • Adoration will follow after the morning mass.


  • The Church will close at 10 am.


  • No morning mass
  • No confession
  • Vigil Mass at 5:00PM

Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.

Please pray for the Church and make your contributions online or drop off at our parish office. Thank you so much. May God bless you all. Please stay healthy and take care of yourselves!

Pro-Life Information Sources


https://stlaurence.org/church-teaching  - Brief summaries of church teachings on a number of life topics, including contraception, the death penalty, end of life care, in vitro fertilization, etc. Each summary links to a brochure/document published by the USCCB to provide more information.  

https://christianvoicesforlife.org/information-resources  - Archived weekly emails containing pro-life information, information sheets, videos, and links to documents and videos from a number of respected sources.

www.ChristianVoicesforLife.org/sign-up-for-weekly-emails - Wednesday email provides education on a particular life topic, a suggested prayer and action. Friday email reminds subscribers to pray for our effort to provide sidewalk advocacy outside the abortion facility at 8200 Wednesbury Lane in southwest Houston.

Provided by Marie McCoy  Respect Life Coordinator, St. Laurence Catholic Church Executive Director, Christian Voices for Life of Fort Bend County, www.ChristianVoicesforLife.org

2020 Unite our Nation Eucharistic Procession & Rosary for Our Nation

Enjoy these photos from our parish events!

Please note:  For privacy and security reasons, we will not post photos of minors unless given written permission. Please contact the Church Office for a release form to authorize sharing your child(ren)'s photos on the website.

Benediction and Our Mother of Perpetual Help Rosary 2020

Fall Work Day, September 2019

Divine Mercy Sunday 2020