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Pinellas Hope On the second Thursday of every month, a group of our parishioners prepare a delicious meal, transport the meal to Pinellas Hope and then serve the residents of Pinellas Hope a delicious hot meal!
THE INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY OF ST. VINCENT DE PAUL is a lay organization, Catholic in character, founded in 1833 by Blessed Frederic Ozanam in Paris, France. The Society derives its inspiration from the spirit and good works of St. Vincent de Paul and is in 132 countries around the world.
THE NATIONAL HEADQUARTERS is in St. Louis, Missouri and was established in 1845. Our Sacred Heart Conference is part of the South Pinellas District Council in St. Petersburg. In a spirit of justice and charity, members provide immediate, confidential, discreet, and dignified relief to the hungry, homeless, poor, sick, lonely and suffering, without discrimination. Seeking to bring Christ’s healing presence to others, the Society fosters compassionate and diverse volunteer involvement in personal service to the needy. Additionally the Society collaborates with other community services, assisting those in crisis so that they begin/resume a productive life.
AT THE HEART of the Society’s mission in Pinellas Park is the voluntary person-to-person involvement of its members with the hungry, homeless, poor and needy who seek not only the necessities and financial assistance, but also compassion, kindness, hope and prayer.
It is through the generosity of our parishoners, especially, that we are able to provide so much to so many. We salute you and thank you on behalf of all those we help. Registered parish members are given special consideration.
WE WORK WITH THE POOR in many ways. Primarily as follows:
TO JOIN, PLEASE CALL 727-544-5445
Knights of Columbus
The Knights of Columbus is a fraternal organization of Catholic men dedicated to the ideals of charity, unity, fraternity and patriotism. Membership is open to practicing Catholic men who are over the age of 18. Founded in 1882, by Father Michael McGivney, at St. Mary’s Church in New Haven, Connecticut, the Knights of Columbus contribute to our local and universal Church, our community, and charitable organization. Here at Sacred Heart Church, the Knights of Columbus contribute to the landscaping of the Church and grounds, sponsor a Tootsie Roll Drive once a year to benefit local charities and periodically have a pancake breakfast in the Parish Center.
Transportation for the Homebound
This ministry enables Sacred Heart Church to reach out to those registered parishioners who are homebound and want to participate with the parish community in the celebration of Holy Mass. Volunteeer drivers will provide transportation to and from weekend Masses as well as Masses held on special feast days throughout the year.
Free English Classes
Sacred Heart Parish is offering free English lessons for speakers of other languages. Those who speak little or no English are welcomed to attend. You do not need to be a member of Sacred Heart Parish to participate – everyone is welcome. There is no charge for classes or material.
Experience one on one tutoring with caring facilitators. Instruction is tailored to your individual needs – from beginner to the more experienced individual. Meet fellow travelers on this journey to understanding and speaking the English language.
For more information, please call 727-541-4447.
7951 46th Way N. Pinellas Park
Our parish has been graced by the love of Christ. In return for His love, we seek to comfort Him for the ingratitude and indifference shown to Him by many. We do so through our prayers, our love and in the kindness we exhibit to our neighbors. Behold the Heart that has loved us so very much!
View the Services Schedule
Eucharistic Adoration every Wed 3PM-9PM
& First Fri after Daily Mass
Sacrament of Reconciliation Sat 2:45PM-3:45PM
& Wed 6-7PM
Sunday Masses: Saturday Vigil: 4:00PM
Sunday: 8:00AM, 9:30am & 11:30AM