News & Events

The latest news and event postings from Sacred Heart of Jesus Parish, Hamilton.

Christmas Schedule 2021-22

The scene of the nativity, birth of Jesus

 Sacred Heart Parish, Hamilton  Mass Times  The Nativity of the Lord, (Christmas)  (Christmas Eve), Friday, December 24: 6:00 p.m.  (Christmas Day) Saturday, December 25: 9:00 a.m.  Feast of the Holy Family, Jesus, Mary & Joseph  Sunday, December 26: 9:00 a.m.  Solemnity of Mary, the Mother of God (New Year’s Day)  Saturday, January 1, 2022 9:00… [read more]

100th Anniversary Celebration – The Tree of Giving

Person putting a tag on a Christmas tree that says girl, age 8

The Christmas tradition of gift giving and thinking of others is especially evident in The Tree of Giving. At the start of Advent, since 2002, a Christmas tree adorned with ornamentally shaped gift cards, has been placed on the altar of Sacred Heart Parish. Each gift tag contains a descriptor of a recipient in need… [read more]

Charity Bottle Drive on Saturday, November 6

There will be a Charity Bottle Drive in the Blessed Sacrament parking lot on Saturday, November 6th, 2021, from 9AM – 3PM. Bring all your beer/wine/liquor bottles and cans. Proceeds go to The Good Shepherd.

Statement of Apology by the Catholic Bishops of Canada and Collective National Fundraising Initiative

The Catholic Bishops of Canada, gathered in Plenary this week, took the opportunity to affirm and acknowledge to the Indigenous Peoples the suffering experienced in Canada’s Indian Residential Schools. Many Catholic religious communities and dioceses participated in this system, which led to the suppression of Indigenous languages, culture and spirituality, failing to respect the rich… [read more]

Mass of Reconciliation on September 30th

In June, the federal government passed new legislation making September 30th a national statutory holiday commemorating National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. National Day for Truth and Reconciliation commemorates the history and ongoing trauma caused by residential schools and is intended to honour the survivors, families and communities who continue to grieve for those who were lost…. [read more]

Regarding COVID Vaccines

The official position of the Catholic Church is that all available COVID vaccines are ethical and all Catholics who are able are encouraged to receive the vaccine.  All employees serving in the Diocese of Hamilton are encouraged to be fully vaccinated or to submit to a COVID rapid test every Monday and Thursday in order to… [read more]

Evenings with His Excellency

Interested in learning more about our Catholic Faith? Join Bishop Lobsinger for “Evenings with His Excellency” on the second Friday of each month at 7:00 – 8:30 p.m. in Canadian Martyrs Church, (1349 Main Street West, Hamilton). Each month we will methodically go through the “Catechism of the Catholic Church”. There is no registration, no fee… [read more]

Information on Residential Schools

In response to the recent discoveries of unmarked graves on the site of former Residential Schools across Canada, His Excellency, Bishop Crosby, OMI, issued a Pastoral Letter entitled: To Inform, To Encourage, To Heal. His Excellency’s letter, along with multiple resources including: a brief history of Residential Schools in Canada, Expressions of Apology and Actions and… [read more]

Bulletins Available In Print

 As the Diocese has now permitted bulletins to be distributed at Mass, there will be bulletins in print at the doors of the church on August 1st. This bulletin will cover the entire month of August. The bulletin will continue to be found on our website. 

The Hamilton Mountain Farmer’s Market

The Hamilton Mountain Farmer’s Market sponsored by Sacred Heart Church will run Friday’s from 3:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. starting June 11th until November 2021. The market is a True Farmers’ market where all the produce is grown or produced on local area farms and sold by the farmers themselves.   It is located at the corner… [read more]