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Mission Statement of Sacred Heart Church: We are a people of God, guided by Sacred Scripture, Traditions and the teachings of the Roman Catholic Church to live and share the Gospel message of Christ. Click Here To View Welcome Letter.
Welcome to the website of the Sacred Heart Catholic Parish of Klamath Falls. The site will provide you with leads to information you may need to get to know our parish, its staff, services and different ministries practiced here.
We are a family-like community with rich diversity in culture, but one in the faith, liturgy and social activities. We seek to be more vibrant and effective in proclaiming the Word of God. We joyfully celebrate communal prayers and worship, especially the Holy Eucharist with utmost reverence and devotion. Continued >
Thank you for visiting our website and
if you have any questions do not hesitate to call us or send an e-mail message to myself or any of the staff personnel.
Sincerely in Christ,
Rev. Rogatian S. Urassa
You can help raise funds for the Sacred Heart Youth Group using the new BottleDrop location which is now open at 2702 Eberlein Ave. Simply take home a green BottleDrop bag from the Parish Office and, once filled, simply drop it off! Please visit the BottleDrop website for more information by clicking the image below! Or call the parish office.
A Lent to Remember
To my Sacred Heart Family,
Pope John Paul II and Mother Teresa would go to confession every week. They knew that there is so much more to reconciliation than just confessing your sins. There is a very real healing power in the sacrament. God’s mercy gives us a peace that passes all understanding.
Did you know that even though it is not a Holy Day of Obligation, Ash Wednesday is one of the most well attended masses each year? I believe that it is because each one of us truly longs for a fresh start each Lent. St Teresa of Avila would stand outside the confessional and when her sisters would come out she would say “Just begin again.” Therein lies the beauty of this sacrament; God’s merciful love and our chance to just begin again.
This Lent, we have a wonderful opportunity to grow as a parish family and experience A Lent to Remember. I want to personally invite you to participate in a program called FORGIVEN. Join me for a 4-week, video-based study on formed.org to create A Lent to Remember, for our parish family. FORGIVEN is a beautiful presentation of the transforming power of Confession. No matter what you have done, no matter how long you have been away, Jesus is waiting for you in the Sacrament of Reconciliation!
To register for this powerful experience;
Go to www.formed.org
Click on Register
Create your FREE account by entering our Parish Code MHZMFW
Click on the program FORGIVEN for weeks 1 through 3 and SYMBOLON session 6 for week 4.
You can watch it individually and learn how you can experience God’s mercy and his peace. Watch it as a family, or in a small group and share the gift of God’s peace with those you love. Use the Leader’s Guide to help aid the conversation with your friends and family. There is a bonus session for young children preparing for their first reconciliation or for those who need to be reintroduced to the sacrament as a way to awaken their faith.
The Catechism of the Catholic Church says parents have the privilege and responsibility of evangelizing their children. Parents have the greatest influence in the lives of their children. To watch this in the home and have a discussion around it is so important.
This Lent, for the first time ever, together we will experience a parish wide study. FORGIVEN will be the focus of my homilies during Lent here at Sacred Heart. My goal is to help as many Catholics as possible encounter the mercy of our Lord God in the sacrament of Reconciliation. Won’t you join me?
I want to thank you all for your prayers as I travel back to Tanzania and lay to rest my mother. I am thankful for each one of you, the condolences, prayer cards and gifts. When I return, please join me, in watching FORGIVEN and together we can experience A Lent to Remember.
May the peace that passes all understanding be yours this Lenten season!
Sincerely in Christ,
• Saturday Vigil:
5:30 pm (English)
• Sunday Services:
9:30 am (English)
12:30 pm (Spanish)
• Holy Days
3:00 PM - 4:00 pm
Parish Office Hours
• Mon.: CLOSED
• Tues, Wed, Thurs.:
8:30 am-4:30 pm
8:30 am-12:30 pm
Exposition of the Eucharist, Adoration and BenedictionVIEW OUR CALENDAR
• First Friday of each
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