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Growing the Sacred Heart Devotion in the life of Your Parish:

Growing the Sacred Heart Devotion in the life of Your Parish:

There are a number of approaches that can be used to accomplish the goal of increasing devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus in your parish. Regardless of the activities, you decide to undertake, the most important action is to begin in prayer and to follow the leading of the Holy Spirit. You should discuss the promotion of the Sacred Heart with your pastor, along with the ideas listed below which best suit your parish, to get his guidance and support. A focused plan can help integrate this very special devotion into the life of your parish.

Sacred Heart Hour

Sacred Heart Hour

Fr. Stash Dailey, and Chuck and JoAnn Wilson are the founders of Sacred Heart Columbus and co-host this program as a means of outreach to the greater community. The Sacred Heart Hour Radio Show is aired on St. Gabriel Radio AM 820 every First Friday of each month from 8:00 – 9:00 AM.

Five Ways to Grow Closer to the Sacred Heart of Jesus

Five Ways to Grow Closer to the Sacred Heart of Jesus

Are you looking to grow closer to Jesus in 2020? Consider gaining new clarity on your spiritual life by strengthening your devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus. Here are five simple steps you can do to not only grow closer to Christ but His PERFECT Love! This world is in desperate need of MORE love so why not embrace and spread the Devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus.

Christ the King: Encouraging, Challenging, Prophetic

Christ the King: Encouraging, Challenging, Prophetic

here was nothing about that moment that appeared Royal. Jesus did not appear to be a King in any way. He was dying the worst form of death that the Romans had perfected. Crucifixion was so bad it was below the dignity of Roman citizens, even the worst of their criminals. It was reserved for non-Romans, for “Roman slaves.”

The Litany of the Sacred Heart

The Litany of the Sacred Heart

Catholics are invited to pray the Litany of the Sacred Heart. This Litany is one of six other litanies that are approved for public use by the Church and is often prayed during First Friday services. Lord, have Mercy on us. Christ, have mercy on us. God our Father in Heaven, Have Mercy on us…

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