Welcome to Sacred Heart!

Parish Mission Statement: Sacred Heart is a Roman Catholic community called to be Christ for one another through prayer & sacraments, formation, outreach & stewardship.

Archbishop Paul Etienne invites us "to a renewed focus on the heart of our faith and the center of our parish life: the Eucharist. The Eucharist is an inexhaustible source of grace, the Paschal Mystery of Christ’s dying and rising daily renewed for our salvation and for the salvation of the whole world. The Eucharist is the living presence of Christ in our midst. That presence does not, must not leave us unchanged: Receiving the Body of Christ, we become the Body of Christ. The Eucharist unites us to Christ, and, in Christ, to each other. And the Eucharist commits us to the poor, sending us forth in service and love.

September 16th, 2020  A word from  Fr. Tim

Sunday Mass September 13, 2020

Our Sunday 10AM Mass is Live streamed on our YouTube channel.

YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdN38pPR9XMnV46zE44knNg  and posted every Sunday. 





We are asked to join in a 54-day rosary novena that starts on August 15 (the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary) and concludes on October 7 (Our Lady of the Rosary).  This is an important prayer request because we are praying for our country.  The petition of the rosary will be the same for the first 27 days.  We will pray the rosary through the intercession of Our Lady of the Holy Rosary that God will bless the upcoming Presidential election, and for peace in our country.  We are not praying for any particular person or political party, we are praying that the will of God be done in this election.  We are also praying for peace in our country, so as to avoid any further riots and violence. 

The second 27 days we are to pray a prayer of thanksgiving as if the prayer request has already been answered.  This takes great confidence that God has answered our prayers and honored our sacrifices. 

So, to repeat – the first 27 days we pray a rosary each day for this petition, that God will bless the upcoming Presidential election and for peace in our country.  The second 27 days we pray a rosary each day in thanksgiving for God answering our petition. 

The 54-day rosary novena began in the late 1800s.  There were no luminous mysteries at that time.  Therefore, we will pray the Joyful, Sorrowful, and Glorious mysteries in succession.  The first day (August 15) will be the Joyful mysteries.  The second day (August 16) will be the Sorrowful mysteries.  The third day (August 17) will be the Glorious mysteries.  Then we repeat the pattern (the Joyful mysteries – the next day the Sorrowful mysteries – the next day the Glorious mysteries) until the end of the 54-day rosary novena.  Please join in praying to God for His help for our country.  God bless you.  



Recently, many top infectious disease specialists; including Dr. Anthony Fauci, have encouraged the use of “extra protection” against the Coronavirus, to include adding eye protection such as goggles, and face shields. Face shields are a clear plastic covering that covers the face and can further prevent respiratory droplets from spreading when worn WITH a mask.

Health experts stress however the importance to continue to wear a mask when adding these shields, as they are only “in addition to”, and not a replacement or alternative for face masks.

Lets all stay healthy together!

Debra Ranken RN, CDCES, CCM, CCP, FCP, Sacred Heart Parish Nursing


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Dear Parish Family,

Archbishop Etienne, the Archbishop of Seattle, has begun a pastoral plan to see what are the needs of the people of the Archdiocese.  The Archbishop wants to build a more thriving and mission-oriented Catholic community in Western Washington.  Because all Catholics share in the life and mission of the Risen Jesus, therefore your voices are critical to inform the plan.  

We are asking you to click on the link below and take the survey.   Responses are anonymous and confidential. The initial questions seek to better understand the experiences, beliefs, needs, desires and faith trajectories of Catholics across western Washington. The final section of the survey includes several opportunities for all Catholics to provide open feedback on the church’s strengths, areas for growth, and to share hopes for the new plan’s priorities. Participants should allow at least 15-20 minutes to complete the survey.  

Our goal is to achieve representative feedback from across the region, the generations, and many demographics. This would provide critical insights for the many ministries of our church and highlight opportunities to deepen engagement with Catholics.  

Thank you for your participation in this survey.

Sincerely in Christ,

Fr. Tim Ilgen

Ways to continue your support of our Parish:

Our Parish has electronic online options available for giving in a safe and secure way. Online giving can be customized by you through Our Sunday Visitor hosted web site: https://tinyurl.com/shlgive The frequency of how you want to give (weekly, monthly, quarterly, etc.) and the type of gift (debit, credit, EFT, etc.) is up to you.  If you don't wish to give online, you can mail in your weekly stewardship gift or drop it by the office when it is open. We thank you for your continued support of our parish.

Online giving: start at https://tinyurl.com/shlgive and look for the green "Create New Account" button.
If you do not have access to a computer, or would like me to handle the setup for you, please call me and I'll get you going.
If you need help with any aspect of the program, don't hesitate to call me. I can walk you through the process.
Thank you
,  Richard Ordos  Bookkeeper 360-491-0890 x107 Ric@3hearts.org

Archbishop Etienne has just finished recording a message to the people of the Archdiocese. In the video, he expresses that out of an abundance of caution, and despite our best efforts to slow this rapidly spreading virus down, he has suspended all public Masses effective immediately. We have not seen a contagion of this magnitude in our country for 100 years and it is important that we take it seriously.  We recognize that there are many implications to this decision and there will be additional communication forthcoming as the situation unfolds.  Here is the link to the Archbishop’s video:  https://vimeo.com/397057838/6ddaeea5b9  





Office Hours:

Monday - Friday 8:00AM - 4:00PMOffice closed for lunch hour 12:00PM  - 1:00pm

Mailing Address: P.O. Box 3805 - Lacey, WA 98509
Location: 812 Bowker Street SE, Lacey, WA 98503
Phone: 360-491-0890                    Fax: 360-456-1028    Staff@3hearts.org

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Mass Times:

Daily Masses

Monday, Wednesday-Saturday 9:00AM. Tuesday 6:00PM

There is still a general dispensation from the Sunday Mass obligation.


September 19th

Church 5:00PM

Hallen Hall 5:00PM

Sunday, September 20th





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Hallen Hall



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