SPANISH MARKET 2019

Friday, June 21 to Sunday, June 23, 2019 Over 40 artists and craftsmen from New Mexico and Arizona, specializing in traditional and contemporary Spanish Colonial art, will exhibit and sell their work at the annual Sacred Heart Spanish Market. Come and check out the dozens of booths and art displays, or attend a lecture or demonstration where the artists will share their expertise and creative processes. Once you’ve taken in some of the best artistic displays New Mexico has to offer, why not stop by our car show? Plenty of classic, vintage and lovingly-restored cars will be on display for your enjoyment. Tickets will be available for purchase until June 22, 2019 until noon. You’ll also be able to enjoy plenty of tasty food items and listen to performances by school bands and dancers. This is a day for the whole family to enjoy, so bring your kids along – they’ll be able to take advantage of a jump house, free snow cones, and more! Schedule for the weekend Friday, June 21, 6:00pm – 9:00 pm Preview night and Opening Reception Live music Judging Silent Auction begins Saturday, June 22, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm Open show Classic car show Karate demonstrations and music by Mid-school band and others Free water and snow cones; Jumper for children Refreshments for purchase and more Saturday 1:00 pm: Antique Car raffle (www.V8forvocations.org) Saturday 3:00 pm: Reverse Parish Grand Raffle Saturday Vigil Mass @ 5:15 pm: Mass and Eucharistic Procession w/ artists Sunday, June 23, 10:00 am – 1:00 pm Open Show Silent Auction ends at 12:45 pm Sacred Heart Parish community will have the drawing for their annual Parish Grand Raffle on Saturday afternoon, 3:00 pm. Tickets are $100.00 and the top prize will be $10,000. Tickets may be purchased at the Parish Office or at the Spanish Market. The proceeds benefit Sacred Heart Parish. For more information and for pictures visit http://shspanishmarket.com More information will...

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TOTUS TUUS
May31

TOTUS TUUS

TOTUS TUUS- Starting June 23-29, 2019 we will have a new summer program for the youth of our Diocese. Cost is $20.00 for grade school children only. Registration will be at the parish office. Parents must accompany their children into class daily. This is a great opportunity for your children to learn more about their Faith while having a great time. Grade school- Monday-Friday, June 24-28, 9:00-2:30, Cost is $20.00, lunch is included Jr. High & High School- Sunday-Thursday, June 23-27, 7-9:00 p.m. All must register in order to attend.  ...

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Memorial Day Mass, May 27, 2019
May22

Memorial Day Mass, May 27, 2019

MEMORIAL DAY MASS: Will be celebrated on May 27, 2019 at 9:00 a.m. at Hillcrest Cemetery. Bishop Wall will be the celebrant. “No one has greater love than this, to lay down one’s life for one’s friends.” Christians are no strangers to sacrifice. Jesus lays down his life for our redemption, martyrs remain faithful to the end, and every believer faces “deaths” in the spiritual life when love requires a re-ordering of preference and priority. On Memorial Day, we honor those who laid down their lives for their nation and for the values we espouse – freedom, justice, and a better world for our children. Intercede for those who have died and for the loved ones they left behind, and pray for peace on earth.   The parish office will be closed....

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Sunday School, Sixth Sunday of Easter, Cycle C
May22

Sunday School, Sixth Sunday of Easter, Cycle C

Sunday School Page To View or Click on the Sunday School page, click on the link below   Sunday School, Sixth Sunday of Easter, Cycle...

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May 26, 2019, Sixth Sunday of Easter
May22

May 26, 2019, Sixth Sunday of Easter

Don’t forget that May is the Month of Mary.  May 13 was the feast of Our Lady of Fatima, here’s a little refresher on the importance of this apparition and the requests that Our Lady made to the three children. Fatima, Portugal is one of the most revered sights in the Roman Catholic religion. It was in this tiny village where, starting in 1916, three small Portuguese shepherd children had encounters first with an Angel and later with the Lady who has become known as Our Lady of Fatima. The Message of Fatima is an invitation and a school of salvation. It was initiated by the Angel of Peace (1916) and completed by Our Lady (1917). It was lived, to a heroic degree, by the three Little Shepherds. The Message of Fatima, which is that of the Gospel, emphasizes the following points: permanent conversion; prayer, and namely the Rosary; and the sense of collective responsibility and the practice of reparation. The acceptance of the Message brings with it Consecration to the Immaculate Heart of Mary, which is a symbol of commitment to faithfulness and to the apostolate. Afterwards, when Lucia was a Religious Sister of Saint Dorothy, Our Lady appeared to her again in Spain, in the Convent of Pontevedra, on the 10th December 1925. By her side, elevated on a luminous cloud, was a Child. The most holy Virgin rested her hand on Lucia’s shoulder, and as she did so, she showed her a heart encircled by thorns, which she was holding in her other hand. At the same time, the Child said: “Have compassion on the Heart of your most holy Mother, covered with thorns, with which ungrateful men pierce it at every moment, and there is no one to make an act of reparation to remove them”. Then the most holy Virgin requested the devotion of the Five First Saturdays.  The request consisted in: praying the Rosary, meditating on the mysteries of the Rosary, confessing and receiving Holy Communion, in reparation for the sins committed against the Immaculate Heart of Mary. Fr. Keller...

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May 19, 2019, Fifth Sunday of Easter
May15

May 19, 2019, Fifth Sunday of Easter

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ, This weekend, May 18-19, our diocese will take up the Catholic Relief Services Collection. Your support of this collection serves as Jesus in disguise in some of the most marginalized communities in our world. In rural communities in Afghanistan, for example, children have limited access to education because of distance and the danger of commuting to public schools. In the remote village of Ghor, one of the poorest provinces of the country, an estimated 80% of adults are illiterate, and the illiteracy rate is even higher for women. Most villagers are farmers who never attended school. The closest school was too far and the road too dangerous for young children to attend. But you helped bring a community-based classroom to this remote village. Your generosity made it possible for the children to attend school and has offered them a more hopeful and secure future. Such programs have been implemented across Afghanistan for 15 years and have helped more than 23,000 students build more prosperous lives. Children across Afghanistan, and indeed, the world depends on your support to go to school and have bright futures. Sincerely yours in Christ,   +The Most Reverend James S. Wall Bishop of Gallup...

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Sunday School, Fifth Sunday of Easter, Cycle C
May15

Sunday School, Fifth Sunday of Easter, Cycle C

Sunday School To View or Print the Sunday School page, click on the link below: Sunday School, Fifth Sunday of Easter, Cycle C

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