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Sometimes, we are asked to plan events in our lives which may need assistance from another person or source. The Funeral Booklet is provided to assist with the planning of a wedding or a funeral which would be celebrated at Sacred Heart Church.
In the face of death, the Church confidently proclaims that God has created each person for eternal life and that Jesus, the Son of God, by his death and resurrection, has broken the chains of sin and death that bound humanity.
Christians celebrate the funeral rites to offer worship, praise, and thanksgiving to God for the gift of a life which has now been returned to God, the author of life and the hope of the just. The Mass, the memorial of Christ’s death and resurrection, is the principal celebration of the Christian funeral.
We here at Sacred Heart Church grieve with you and wish to pray with you for your loved one. We want the celebration of your loved one’s life to be personalized by you. To this end we have established this booklet with choices you can make regarding symbols, scriptural readings, and music to best express your love and prayers.
You are welcome to make as many choices as you wish for the funeral. Just present your choices on the back page and leave this off at the church the day before the funeral or if you have a fax, you may fax it to the Church at (727) 541-2073. If you have any questions, please call our Director of Liturgy and Music, Roy Roberts, at: 541-4447.
† FUNERAL BOOKLET in PDF format (planning a Catholic Funeral at Sacred Heart Church)
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!
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& 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