The purpose of the devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus is to focus our hearts on receiving the love of Christ and returning His love with gratitude. May He be glorified with all of our heart, soul, and strength.
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Workplace Enthronement Prep
The enthronement of the Sacred Heart of Jesus is a conscious decision to place Jesus at the center of all that is done in your business or place of work. In recent days, we have found it fit to offer a Workplace Enthronement manual so business owners, entrepreneurs, Catholic ministries, and non-profits can seek to welcome Jesus in a new way! The prep outlined below will help you get started.
- Gain Approval – Get the approval of the business owner or the person in charge of your workplace.
- Choose a Leader – Choose a leader for the enthronement ceremony (if it’s not you). The leader should be Catholic, but it is not necessary for coworkers/witnesses to be Catholic.
- Notify the Workplace – Make everyone aware of the upcoming enthronement and determine who would like to participate in the enthronement ceremony and/or preparation prayers. Be sure that everyone feels welcome to participate without any pressure or obligation.
Workplace Enthronement in 5 Easy Steps
CHOOSE A DATE for the enthronement ceremony.
SELECT A SACRED HEART IMAGE and invite your priest to bless the image.
ESTABLISH A PROMINENT PLACE in the workplace where you will display the image.
PREPARE YOUR HEARTS beginning three days prior to the enthronement. Recite the prayers in the booklet.
ENTHRONEMENT Gather together and place Jesus on the throne of authority in your workplace.
Workplace Enthronement Materials
- $5.00 for each Enthronement booklet
- $10.00 for each unframed 8X10 hardback image
- $20.00 for each framed 8×10 image
- $10.00 – $60.00 for 100 – 1,000 prayer cards
Workplace enthronement is important to your workplace and coworkers.
“The Sacred Heart provides the treasures of God’s infinite love for everyone, everywhere – at home, in schools and at our places of work.”