Sacred Heart Catholic Community Recently Purchased Symbolon for All Parishioners…
What is Symbolon?
Beautiful, 20-episode video series presenting the “big picture” of our Catholic faith.
Filmed on-location in Rome, the Holy Land, Calcutta, and the Augustine Institute studio.
Explanations of the faith that will help you know it, live it, and share it with others.
What does it mean to be a Knight of Columbus? One of the primary requirements of being a Knight of Columbus is to be a "practical Catholic." To be a "practical Catholic" we must be in union with the Holy See. In general this union regulates a man's life to live in accordance with the teachings of Christ and the Church. Additionally, the "practical Catholic" endeavors to observe the commandments of God and of the Church. With this union, the Knights of Columbus have a officer position as a Lecturer. This Lecturer is not nominated and elected, but appointed by the Grand Knight. The Lecturer provides both educational and entertaining programs to the council. In order to provide members with informative and educational programs, he must be knowledgeable and aware of all council programming.
The Four Chaplains' Council of the Knights of Columbus decided in December 2012 to increase their available reveunues for their annual Four Chaplains' Scholarship fund. During that cold meeting in December 2012 several Brothers pledged to build Heirloom quality products to sell or auction to raise additional revenue for the scholarship fund. Through the months of December 2012 to December 2013, many Brothers met at Sir Brother Knight Jerry Snobl's home shop and planned, executed, and completed three beautiful Heirloom quality items. This article will outline the remaining project and allow visitors, Brothers, and members of the Sacred Heart Community to silently bid for the items.
New to the Sacred Heart Catholic Community? Welcome. The Mission of the Sacred Heart Catholic Church is to build strong warriors, leaders, civilians and families- spiritually, ethically, morally- across the full spectrum of training and operations. Ensure the "free-exercise" rights of religion for all military personnel, family members, and civilians. How do we achieve this mission and become a successful Catholic community? We focus on one singular vision. That vision is that Unity Ministry Teams "Committed to Care" and dedicated to excellence in ministry for our diverse community across the full spectrum of operations.
Please fill out a Registration Form and drop it off with the Catholic Coordinator. Find out what's going on in our community by reading our Monthly Newsletter. If you have any questions please feel free to contact the Catholic Coordinator at (573)596-3913. We look forward to seeing you in mass.