All are welcome at any of our liturgies here at Sacred Heart. You will find the warm, welcoming, family atmosphere at our church to be the perfect setting for worship, prayer, and spiritual enrichment. Please feel free to contact our office if you have any questions. All Masses are celebrated at the main church unless otherwise noted. Looking forward to seeing you at Mass with us!
4:00 PM Polish Mass in the Chapel
5:30 PM Sunday Vigil Mass
7:00 PM Bilingual Mass
8:00 AM Mass
10:00 AM Mass
12:00 PM Mass
6:00 PM Mass
First Sunday of the Month:
2:00 PM African Mass
First Friday of the Month:
7:30 PM Mass
If you are reading this, you probably have experienced a death in your family or that of a close friend. The family of your parish church extends to you and your family our deepest condolences. The Funeral Mass of Christian Burial is a special liturgy that you may never have had to prepare for personally. In the midst of your sorrow and grief, you may find it a wonderful source of solace to spend this time with Sacred Scripture and take the opportunity to choose those passages which are most meaningful to you personally for inclusion in the liturgy.
To assist you, Sacred Heart Church has put together a short Funeral Book in PDF form for you to download and use. It provides information on funeral Masses, suggestions for readings and Gospel readings, prayers to assist you at this time, as well as suggestions and a helpful organizing form for family and friends who whish to participate in the Mass.
This short booklet will help you involve members of your family, friends or associates in the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass, offering prayers for the repose of the soul of your loved one and to ease your own grief. The priest, deacon or funeral director may also say prayers at the wake and/or cemetery. This may be an appropriate time for a member of the family to read a favorite verse from scripture, a poem or a letter that reflects your loved one’s life.
Your parish can also help you now or afterwards with Mass Cards, Special Intentions or Holy Souls Remembrances. Your funeral director sometimes can also provide Mass Cards.
If you need any help please contact the parish office.
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
8:00 AM to 9:00 AM
8:00 PM to 9:00 PM
8:00 PM to 9:00 AM Ends on Saturday morning with the 9:00 AM Mass
The engagement period is a time to not only prepare for your wedding day, but to prepare also for your marriage. The following steps are your starting point in this journey.
Are you interested in having your wedding at Sacred Heart?
Have you considered the call? Please click here or contact Rev. Christopher Argano, the Director of Vocations, at 914-968-1340 or email email@example.com.
Baptism is the Sacrament which cleanses us from Original Sin, makes us children of God, followers of Christ and members of His Church. At our Baptism God shares with us His Life and His Love which mankind was deprived of by Original Sin.
Baptisms are held each Saturday at 11:30 am at the Main Church on 26 Still Road. Arrangements should be made at least one month in advance. Preparation meetings must be attended. Please call the parish office for an appointment. (Please note that in danger of death, baptism may be administered immediately. If no priest or deacon is available at the time of the emergency, any lay person may baptize the person in danger of death by simply pouring water over the person's head three times while saying: I baptize you (name of person) in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit.)
9:30 AM After all of our 9 am Masses & at anytime by appt.
SATURDAY: 3:30 PM to 5:00 PM
If you would like to schedule a confession outside the regularly scheduled hours listed above, please feel free to make an appointment with one of our priests using the form below.
Religious Education Office: Sr. Rose 845-782-7420
Children preparing for First Holy Communion must complete 1 full year of Level 1 instruction, and a full year of level 2 instruction by registering in our Religious Education Program. Ongoing instruction after receiving the Sacrament is also required. Teens and adults prepare for this sacrament by participating in the R.C.I.T. and R.C.I.A. programs. Adults are encouraged to enter the R.C.I.A. program.
If you are in the 7th or 8th grade please click here.
If you are a high school teen please click here.
If you are 18 and older please click here.
Anointing of the Sick:
The Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick is the anointing which is given by a priest to those who are seriously ill. A priest of our parish is available at any hour of day or night in the event of an emergency or danger of death to celebrate this sacrament. You are also welcome to schedule a time for a priest to celebrate this sacrament at a hospital, nursing home, someone's home, or even at the church.
Contact the Parish Office: 845-782-8510 or after hours at 845-238-0767