Weekly Updates - February 22nd
The church remains open for personal prayer: Mon. - Fri., 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Reconciliation: Saturdays, 4:00 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. OR by appointment
Masses on Sunday at 9:00 a.m. and 12:00 p.m. will still be live-streamed
Bishop Knestout has
dispensed all the faithful
in the Diocese of Richmond from the
obligation to attend Sunday Mass until further notice
. However, if you choose to attend a public Mass during the weekday or weekend, it is
that you adhere to the various guidelines and requirements.
Please take the time to watch our video on how to safely return to Mass and participate in the liturgy.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the parish office.
: Due to COVID-19, Mass is still being live-streamed for use on various Diocesan digital media accounts of the Catholic Diocese of Richmond, including, but not limited to, the websites of the Catholic Diocese of Richmond and the Catholic Virginian, and the social media platforms of the Catholic Diocese of Richmond. Photography and/or screenshot images from the live-stream may be used for the Catholic Virginian print edition. If you
do not wish
to be captured by live streaming, please refrain from attending that particular Mass time.
Here's what's happening this week!
We will have
Tuesday, Feb. 23rd at 12:10 p.m.
Feb. 24th at
Thursday, Feb. 25th at 12:10 p.m.
Friday, Feb 26th at 12:10 p.m.
*All daily Masses are live-streamed on our
Facebook pages - @sheartchurch and @IglSagradoCorazon
Wednesdays | 7:45 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
Come spend some time with our Lord! Jesus is waiting for you!
Repose of the soul of Fr. Leonard Klein, requested by Fr. Jonathan
Repose of the souls of Limberg Aguilera Zarco and Dinorah Sanchez Suarez, requested by Karina Sanchez
Repose of the soul of Patricia Arsenault, requested by Fr. Jonathan /
Repose of the soul of Fr. Vicent Bui, requested by Fr. Jonathan
Repose of all souls, requested by Thuy Reeves
Special intentions of all married couples, requested by Thuy Reeves
Repose of the soul of Consuelo Liwag, requested by the Abner Llana Family / Pro Populo
The Scoop - Sacred Heart Catholic School
Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram to see what we're up to in our virtual and in-person classrooms!
For more information:
Sacred Heart Catholic School
540 Central Blvd.
Danville, VA 24541
Enrollment Applications Open!
Our application for the 2021-2022 school year is open!
If you or someone you know is interested in enrolling for our next school year, please fill out an application on our website or by
You can also contact Casey Scarce at
with any questions about enrollment.
Sign up for our Alumni & Donor monthly Newsletter!
You can sign up for the newsletter by emailing Casey Scarce at
or heading to our website at
and clicking "Alumni Newsletter" at the bottom of the homepage.
Sacred Heart Catholic School (grades PreK-8) located in Danville, Virginia, seeks dynamic and highly qualified candidates for the position of principal beginning with the 2021-2022 school year.
Please click here for more information
Going For The Gold Virtual 5K
Our "Going for the Gold" Virtual 5k is March 13th-21st!
You can find more information on our website or by clicking the registration link
Contact Casey Scarce for ways you can donate, volunteer, or market your business!
Sacred Heart Catholic School (Danville, VA) seeks a motivated and enthusiastic Middle School Math teacher to join our team in January 2021.
The ideal candidate will hold a current Virginia Teacher License with an endorsement in Algebra. The candidate should have experience in differentiating instruction, be comfortable with technology, and familiar with the Google Classroom (or similar) Platform. Interested applicants should contact Kira Kania at 434-793-2656 or email a cover letter and resume to
Teaching Opportunity-Media Specialist
Sacred Heart Catholic School (Danville, VA) seeks a motivated and enthusiastic part-time media specialist for student JK-8th grade to join our team in January 2021.
The position involves planning and conducting weekly library lessons for students in grades JK-8th. managing the library inventory, overseeing student check-out, planning and running an annual book fair to assist with building the library’s resources, and fostering a love of reading through the implementation of incentive programs. The ideal candidate will hold a current Virginia Teacher License with an endorsement as a library media specialist. The candidate should have classroom experience, be comfortable with technology, and familiar with the Google Classroom (or similar) Platform. Interested applicants should contact Kira Kania at 434-793-2656 or email a cover letter and resume to
Box Tops for Education
We are still taking Box Tops!
Box Tops for Education has a new app for attaining Box Top points. You can also go to BTFE.COM. They are still accepting clipped Box Tops and will continue to do so until products no longer have them on the packages. Labels may be left in the church or school office. These labels provide the school with free educational supplies.
Sacred Heart Catholic School’s mission is to establish a strong foundation for lifelong learning and provide an educational environment in which the basic tenets of Christian morals and ethics are visibly present. Recognizing the unique needs of each student, the faculty and staff will endeavor to nurture, challenge and guide all students toward their maximum academic, spiritual, physical, social, and emotional potential. As a Catholic school, we will emphasize God’s word and celebrate His presence through prayer, liturgy, and service to others.
The second collection for this upcoming weekend is for
Catholic Student Tuition Assistance
. Thank you for your financial support and generosity!
You can make your contributions by giving online or through the GivePlus mobile app
. You can also drop off your envelopes at the church!
Stations of the Cross
Join us for a mini pilgrimage
each Friday during Lent (3 p.m. in English,
6 p.m. in Spanish via FaceBook)
to focus on specific events of Jesus Christ's last day on Earth as a man, beginning with His condemnation. At each station, we recall, pray, and meditate on the specific event of Christ's journey to Cavalry.
Journey alongside Christ as He makes His way to the cross for you.
Annual Diocesan Appeal
Today’s readings are ALL about sacrifice and love. Love and sacrifice. In the first reading, Abraham wanted a son so badly and God gave him one through a wife that was supposed to be unable to get pregnant. God tested Abraham’s love for him. Did he love his new son more or did he love God more?
Abraham loved God and trusted in him, and Isaac was saved. Abraham sacrifices a ram in thanksgiving to God.
In the Gospel, God transfigures Jesus into dazzling white and says to all, “This is my beloved Son. Listen to him.” God loves US so much he sacrifices his own son (the Lamb) for our sins.
How much do we listen to Jesus, as God asked us to? What sacrifices do we make, especially during Lent, in thanksgiving to God for all He gives to us? How much do we trust in God? Enough to give him control of our finances? Make the Annual Diocesan Appeal part of your Lenten almsgiving.
Empty Bowls 2021
Empty Bowls is an international grassroots effort to fight hunger.
Artisans at the Danville Museum of Fine Arts and History and George Washington High School art teachers have created handcrafted ceramic bowls for
the event which will be held at
God’s Storehouse on Memorial Drive.
Each ticket will have a specific time allotted to pick up your bowl and participate in a chance auction. No soup will be served. Vouchers from area restaurants will be available for ticket holders.
Guests can purchase tickets for $20/person ($25/person after February 21) at God’s Storehouse, Karen’s Hallmark in Danville Mall, and online at Eventbrite.
Please continue to pray for the spiritual and physical health of these brothers and sisters in Christ.
Prayer List-Feb 21st
Watch our live-streams on Facebook!
To view our previous recordings and/or watch our upcoming live-streams, please check out the links below!
538 Central Blvd., Danville, VA 24541 | (434) 792-9456
We will be decorating the church with poinsettias for Christmas.
If you would like to purchase a poinsettia in honor or in memory of someone, please submit a check payable to Sacred Heart Catholic Church in the amount of $16.00.
Place the check along with your printed intention in an envelope and bring it by the parish office.
The deadline for ordering is Thursday, December 17th.
Thank you for always answering the call to help beautify our altar and sanctuary at Christmas, We could not do it without you!
Homero Ramirez Leon
on Monday, February 22 at 2:00PM