February 17th - Ash Wednesday
Mass - 12:10 & 7:00pm
Weekday Schedule during Lent
8:30 - 9:30am Eucharistic Adoration
7:00pm Rosary (via Zoom)
6:50pm Scriptural Rosary (decade)
7:30pm Night Prayer
“The Search” - small group follows 8am Mass in person, and in the evening at 6pm in person
and/or on Zoom
“The Search” - small group at noon on Zoom
5:30pm Stations of the Cross
6:00pm Fish Fry
First Tuesday of every month,
Eucharistic Adoration 5:45-6:45pm
Wednesday Evening Talks
First Wednesday of every month at 7:15pm
Opportunities for Confession
Saturdays: 2:45 - 3:30pm
Monday, February 22: 8:45 - 9:15am
Tuesday, March 2: 6:00 - 6:30pm
Wednesday, March 10: 12:30 - 1:30pm
Monday, March 15: 6:00 - 7:30pm
Monday, March 29: 8:45 - 9:15am, 5:30 - 6:30pm
Little Black Books (available at church doors)
Daily Email Reflections
Word on Fire: Engage
Rice Bowls will be available in the church and
are due back Palm Sunday, March 28.
Continue to check our website, Flocknote
and bulletin for updates!
The tradition of the Fish Fry on Fridays will continue!
6:00pm on Fridays.
The stations of the cross will be preceding the Fish Fry on Fridays, at 5:30pm.
Remote Station of the Cross
You can pray the Stations with your family sitting in the living room, but for this challenge we're asking that you set up the 14 different stations. These could be rooms in your house, trees in your backyard, etc. You might print and hang up images like these showing the Stations, or just write a simple Roman numeral on a post-it for each Station, I through XIV.
Here are three options for prayers:
Post a picture to the Facebook Sacred Heart Lifelong Faith Formation Group of your family praying at ONE of your Stations, along with a sentence or two about what you did. You may also email email@example.com or text Amy at 802-727-0647.
Prizes will be given to most creative Station locations (e.g., backyard shed being the 14th Station, Jesus is Laid in the Tomb).
One for the men, and one for the ladies.
We have TWO free conference opportunities for you this coming February and March.
National Catholic Men's Conference
National Catholic Women's Conference
Be Transformed! Virtual Lenten Youth Retreat by Diocese of Manchester
Sunday, Feb. 28 3-5pm
Now more than ever, God is calling us to transform our hearts and rekindle our faith as we walk along life’s faith journey.
This virtual retreat will include guest speakers, small group break-outs, music, and prayer. It will end with Mass, live streamed from St. Michael Parish and celebrated by Fr. Matt Mason.
Please contact Amy Cheevers in the office to register for this free retreat by Wednesday, Feb. 24.
How often do you use those words when describing our day? As Catholic women, many of us with kids, spouses, jobs, (and now add homeschool teacher to the list), it is easy to feel like everyone wants a piece of our time and energy. And when that time and energy just isn't there to give, it can leave us feeling guilty.
At this conference, we will be entering into Christ's words, "My Peace I give to you."
To register for this free event,
March 12-14, please visit: