The Feast of the Sacred Heart or the Solemnity of the Sacred Heart or the Feast of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus is a feast in the calendar of the Roman Catholic Church. It happens 19 days after Pentecost on a Friday and that’s today. The first liturgical feast was celebrated on August 31, 1670 in Rennes, France. Why is it important? Well the Sacred Heart Catholic Church is celebrating it’s 100th year anniversary this year and is using this Feast as an opportunity to share this celebration with the community of Seward. At 6:00 p.m. tonight at the […]Read more ›
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In 1910 Father Matthias Schmidt, S. J. along with members of the parish built the original Sacred Heart Church and rectory on a lot donated by John E. Ballaine, the town’s founder, Over the last 100 years through good times and bad the Roman Catholic community of Sacred Heart Parish has worshiped and actively participated in the Seward community. During this milestone the parish would like to share our fellowship with all members of the community. Therefore, Sacred Heart Parish would like to invite the community of Seward to help us celebrate our 100th anniversary. On Friday, June 11th during […]Read more ›