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The History of Sacred Heart Parish

The History of Sacred Heart Parish

The History of Sacred Heart Parish
Sacred Heart Chapel, Belaire Cove

Sacred Heart Chapel, Belaire Cove

Sacred Heart Chapel, Belaire Cove


Saturday (Anticipated)

Belaire Cove Chapel – 4 p.m.
Sacred Heart – 4 p.m.


Sacred Heart – 7 a.m.

10 a.m. (Solemn)

5 p.m.


Sacred Heart
Monday-Friday – 6:30 a.m.
Saturday – 8 a.m.


Saturdays 1:30-3 p.m.
One half hour before all weekday Masses

Devotions at Sacred Heart


Sacred Heart Parish has several devotions that take place each week in church.

  • The Holy Rosary is prayed every Saturday morning at 7:30 a.m. for the intentions of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, the Immaculate Heart of Mary, and for peace in our world & families.
  • The Holy Rosary is prayed each Tuesday morning at 9 a.m.
  • The Pro-Life Rosary is prayed each Wednesday morning at 6 a.m.
  • The Divine Mercy Chaplet is prayed each Thursday morning at 6:10 a.m.
  • Third Thursday of each month a Eucharistic Holy Hour with Exposition of Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m.
  • The litany of the Sacred Heart is prayed each First Friday after Holy Mass at 6:30am.

Our Holy Father, Pope Francis has asked that we remember these two intentions in prayer this month:

August 2016

Universal: That sports may be an opportunity for friendly encounters between peoples and may contribute to peace in the world.


Evangelization: That Christians may live the Gospel, giving witness to faith, honesty, and love of neighbor.


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Catholic Stewardship 2016


22nd Sunday- August 28, 2016: In today’s Gospel, Jesus challenges the social structure of the Pharisees and teaches his hosts and their guests some profound lessons in humility. Pharisees maintained deep social divisions between who they considered “holy” and “unholy,” rich and poor, honored and despised. They didn’t invite someone to a banquet or dinner who couldn’t reciprocate. And the lowly, the poor, the crippled, the lame and the blind had no capacity to reciprocate. Good stewards realize that if they embrace a humility that allows them to be generous to those who cannot repay them, they give evidence of having the kind of heart that will enjoy the Lord’s intimate friendship. This week let’s reflect on our attitude towards those who cannot repay our generosity. What is the extent of our hospitality toward others? Are we generous with those who cannot repay us?


For August…

The Canticle of Mary

My soul proclaims the greatness of the Lord; my spirit rejoices in God my savior. For he has looked upon his handmaid’s lowliness; behold, from now on all ages will call me blessed. The mighty one has done great things for me, and holy is his name. His mercy is from age to age to those who fear him. He has shown might with his arm, dispersed the arrogant of mind and heart. He has thrown down the rulers from their thrones but lifted up the lowly. The hungry he has filled with good things; the rich he has sent away empty. He has helped Israel his servant, remembering his mercy, according to his promise to our fathers, to Abraham and to his descendants forever. Glory be to the Father, and to the Son and to the Holy Spirit: as it was in the beginning, is now, and ever shall be, world without end. Amen. see Luke 1:46-55 (New American Bible, rev. ed. 2011)

Reflections From Our Pope…

Weekly Reflections from Pope Francis…

August 21st- 27th: 

“Awareness of the marvels that the Lord has wrought for our salvation disposes our minds and hearts to an attitude of thanksgiving to God for all that he has given us, for all that he has accomplished for the good of his People and for the whole of humanity. This marks the beginning of our conversion: it is the grateful response to the stupendous mystery of God’s love. When we see the love that God has for us, we feel the desire to draw close to him: this is conversion.”

— Pope Francis

Back-to-Basics Lecture Series


Our Lady Queen of All Saints parish is happy to announce the new slate talks for the upcoming Back-to-Basics lecture series.

The 2016-17 season will focus on Marian Apparitions. In May 2017, the Church will celebrate the 100th anniversary of the apparitions of Our Lady of Fatima. In order to prepare for that event, we’ll take a look at what constitutes an authentic apparition; and look more closely at the apparitions of Guadalupe and Lourdes. 

We will also have a few other diverse topics, like “Purgatory and Indulgences” and “The Mass in Slow Motion.” (See the schedule below for the full list and dates.)

We’re happy to have some special guest speakers this season. Former OLQAS pastor, Fr. Randy Moreau, will join us in December for the talk on Our Lady of Guadalupe; and Msgr. Jeff DeBlanc, who was parochial vicar at Sacred Heart across town in the mid-1980s, will talk on Our Lady of Lourdes in February.

Please be sure to join us every second Monday of the month from 5:30-6:30pm at the Family Life Center. Everyone is invited to attend!

2016-2017 Schedule: 

September 12: The Mother of God? Marian Apologetics (Presenter: Nicholas Jagneaux)

October 10: A Primer on Marian Apparitions (Presenter: T/B/A)

November 14: A Primer on Purgatory and Indulgences (Presenter: Fr. Taj Glodd)

December 12: Our Lady of Guadalupe (Presenter: Fr. Randy Moreau)

January 9: Liturgical Architecture and Its Meaning (Presenter: Fr. Taj Glodd)

February 13: Our Lady of Lourdes (Presenter: Msgr. Jeff Deblanc)

March 13: The Mass in Slow Motion (Presenter: T/B/A)

April 10: Understanding the Book of the Apocalypse (Presenter: Fr. Mitch Guidry)

May 8: Our Lady of Fatima (Presenter: Fr. Tom Voorhies)



Parishioners For Life

Parishioners For Life—Motivating Members to Help End Abortion

“In a pluralistic society, people disagree.  It is arrogant to insist that the Church does not have the right to her own teaching.  Certainly, a politician has the freedom to reject Church’s teaching.  But let’s be honest.  To choose to be pro-choice is to reject the Gospel of life.  It is to be not faithful to Church teaching. The Church teaches that the right to life is fundamental.  Without life, there are no other rights.  …Today not only is the taking of so many innocent lives alarming, but no less unsettling is the darkening of conscience among so many who find “it increasingly difficult to distinguish between good and evil in what concerns the basic value of human life” (Evangelium Vitae, 4). Why should the Church not have a right to voice her teaching on this important issue in the public square?  She must speak and speak often.  Abortion may be for some just a political issue.  But, for the innocent child, it is a matter of life or death.” — Most Reverend Arthur J. Serratelli, S.T.D., S.S.L., D.D, Bishop of Paterson, June 19, 2007.



4 Months Old:

Thank you for praying for me. I’m bigger and stronger. I’m about 6 inches long and I weigh 6 ounces. When mommy goes to the doctor, she can listen to my heart! I hope to be able to run and play in God’s world.

Well, your little baby now weighs 6 ounces. He has fingernails and eye lashes. He has his own unique fingerprints which will remain the same until he dies. His taste buds are working.

His sense of hearing is developing and present at 14 weeks. There are no major developments anymore.   Your spiritually adopted baby is already well-formed, internally and externally.

All he needs is time to gain weight and grow strong!



On Saturday, August 20, 2016, the SHS High School Football team came to the aid of an elderly couple whose home was flooded.  The team removed wet carpet and flooring.  Below are a few photos:

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Parish Announcements

Sacred Heart of Jesus Parish Announcements

+ If one of the priests has not visited your home that has been flooded, please call the rectory with your name, phone number and address. They would like to reach out to you and pray with you and see if they can help in any way.

+ Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (R.C.I.A.) will be starting September 20th. This is for anyone who is not Catholic and is interested in becoming Catholic possibly. This is also for Catholics who need First Communion and/or Confirmation. This is also for confirmed Catholics who just want to learn more about your faith. Please spread the word to all of the above and have them call me to sign up.


+ We are in need of new readers, extraordinary lay ministers of Holy Communion and altar servers at Mass. Please call Fr. Tom or the rectory to sign up.

Training for New Altar Servers will Thursday, September 22nd at 5:30p.m.


+ 33 Days to Morning Glory Group Retreat: October 20th – November 17th

Join us for 33 Days to Morning Glory, a 6-week program that teaches us about consecration to Jesus through Mary; Registration is due by Friday, September 30th. 

You can pick up a registration form with more details located in church or in the church office. You can also download a registration form by CLICKING HERE.

If you have any questions, please call the rectory!


The Charismatic Conference RENEW 2016 has been rescheduled due to flooding of so many in the Acadiana and Baton Rouge Diocese. The Conference has been rescheduled to September 9-11th

Same Place- Ramada Conference Center in Lafayette; Same Schedule- Same Speakers

Still NO Registration Fee! Trusting in God!

Please come prepared to be generous in love offerings- especially if you were not directly affected by recent flooding. Pray for those affected!

Please email us at or if you have questions.  


+ Every Tuesday at 6:00pm there is prayer meeting in front of the Evangeline Parish Courthouse to pray for mercy and for peace in our community. Everyone is invited!


The Perpetual (24 hours) Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament is available to us at Mercy Regional Hospital Chapel. If you are interested in becoming a regularly scheduled adorer or a substitute adorer, please phone 337-363-4533 for more information.

Adorers needed for the following times: 

+ Fridays at 7:00p.m.

+ Saturdays at 10:00a.m.

+ Sundays at 1:00a.m.; 2:00a.m.; and 10:00a.m.

Father Tom’s Homily

+ Fr. Tom’s 25th Anniversary Mass Homily — June 10, 2015 at St. Peter and Paul Church in Scott, La.


Upcoming Retreats in Diocese

Attention Married Couples: Rekindle your love for another on a get-away Weekend. What better way to celebrate the gift of your unique love than to make time to focus on each other and your marriage? Consider attending a Worldwide Marriage Encounter Weekend to renew those feelings you had during your first few years together. The next Weekend is on Oct 14-15, 2016 at the Bishop Robert E. Tracy Center in Baton Rouge. You can get more information or register online at or by calling 470-297-8560.

Marriage Enrichment with Jim Schellman: *Save the date* for a day of formation for married couples to deepen their marriage covenant in Jesus Christ. Inspired by the Catechumenal Model of adult formation, couples will have the opportunity to focus their hopes, dreams, worries and sufferings on Christ. The full day of workshop will be held on Saturday, August 27, 2016. There will be more information coming soon.

Divorce Recovery Program: The Office of Marriage and Family Life offers a 6-week divorce recovery program for those who have suffered from divorce/separation. Please visit our website, to register or to find out more information.

A Catholic Journey through Grief: The Office of Marriage and Family Life will offer two A Catholic Journey through Grief retreats a year. Our next retreat will be on October 2, 2016. Pre-Registration is required, to register.