Sacred Heart Parish

Serving the Lord and His People Since 1891

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Welcome to a New Year of Religious Ed - 09/21/2014

Our First Day of Classes will be for students and their families for both Sunday and Tuesday Religious Education Programs Grades 1-5. It will take place on Sunday, September 21 from 3-5:30 pm in the convent and the backyard of the convent. Read more



In Solidarity with Iraqi Christians - 08/26/2014

Join us on the Newton Centre Green on August 31 at 12:30pm to stand as a group and join in prayer in Solidarity with persecuted Iraqi Christians. The event will be filmed. Read more

St. Philip Neri items donated to Congo - 09/28/2013

Sacred Heart donates items from St. Philip Neri to diocese in Africa Read more

St. Vincent de Paul Society - 10/27/2013

The Unseen Poor - When we think of poverty, we normally picture a street person, sitting on the sidewalk in ripped, raged clothes requesting a handout. To some extent this is still true, but it is not representative of what we face in Newton. Read more

Father Connelly Reception Photo Gallery - 06/02/2013

Photos from Father Connelly's Reception on June 2, 2013 Read more

"We thank you, Father, for this house of prayer in which you bless your family as we come to you on pilgrimage.  Here you reveal your presence by sacramental signs and make us one with you through the unseen bond of grace.  Your house Lord, is a house of prayer and 
your presence makes it a place of blessing."

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Parish Mission Statement

Sacred Heart is a welcoming and diverse Catholic parish called by our Risen Lord Jesus Christ to a common Mission of discipleship. We gather together to celebrate the Eucharist, live the Gospel and serve others in His Name.

Visitation To The Sick

We are most anxious to help anyone who cannot celebrate Mass with us in Church because of illness, disability, or age. If you wish to receive the sacraments (of Confession, Communion, anointing of the Sick), please call the Rectory.  Please notify us of any hospitalization so that we may be of assistance.


Deaf Apostulate of the Archdiocese of Boston

The Office of the Deaf Apostulate works with pastors and parishes to meet the needs of the deaf in their communities. Sunday Mass is celebrated in American Sign Language (ASL) at Sacred Heart every Sunday at 11 AM. For information about the Deaf Catholic Community, please visit


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