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Why do you have to go to a priest to have your sins forgiven?

03-18-2018Rev. Scott Holmer

Often, we hear the question posed to us as Catholics, "Why do you have to go to a priest to have your sins forgiven?" Imagine two brothers walking in Israel two thousand years ago. One brother tells his brother good news: "I have met Jesus, who I believe is the Christ, let us go visit Him for He has the authority to forgive us all our sins for He is God in the flesh!" The other brother retorts smugly, "Oh, I do not need to go to Jesus for confession, I can go directly to God!" Once we go down this deluded road of "self-salvation," Jesus and the Church are seen as unnecessary.


Announcements & Events

Ministry to the Sick, Shut ins and Homebound Mass

Fr. Scott and Extraordinary Ministers of the Eucharist bring Communion to the sick and shut-ins. Call the Rectory Office at 301-249-9199 to arrange this service.

We also have monthly Mass at Pin Oak, Larkin Chase, and Emeritus at Woodward residences.

Preschool CCD Class

There is a Preschool Religious Education class that meets most Sundays during the school year during the 9:30am Mass.


K of C Ladies Auxiliary - Mall at the Hall

Crafters/Vendors are needed for the May 19 event. To save your space, please contact Cherie Warehime at 410-487-1611 or email: $35 fee plus 1 item donation.

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Women's Adult Faith Formation

Heaven in Faith: Praying with St. Elizabeth of the Trinity during Lent and Eastertide.

Wednesdays following 8:00am Mass at Sacred Heart Parish, Feb 14 - Mar 21 and Apr 11 - May 9


Easter Flowers

Suggested donation is $10 per lily/mum.


Baptism Class
Mar 18

Class will take place in classroom 6 after the 11:30am Mass.

Lenten Penance Service
Mar 19 7:00pm - 8:30pm

There will be three priests scheduled to hear confessions.

Lenten Soup Suppers
Mar 23

Calling all soup makers! Join us for our final Lenten soup supper!


Come Walk With Me
Mar 25 7:30pm

The Shrine of the Most Blessed Sacrament will host Mark Forrest, International Irish Tenor, for an evening of spiritual reflection in thechurch.