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See below for News & Events 
KofC for Ukraine, 5/22 Graduation Mass, 5/25 KofC Fundraiser for CIS, 5/30 Memorial Day, 6/3 “The Problem & Mystery of Suffering”, 6/17-18 Retreat, Schedules, etc…

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Help for UKRAINE * Sacred Heart Knights of Columbus
and Knights Councils worldwide have established a refugee fund to help provide food, shelter, clothing, and medical supplies to refugees of the Ukraine War. Our Southport council has donated $2,000 as a start to the fund, and your contribution could help make a tremendous difference in the lives of these displaced people.
Please consider donating through the Knights who will have tables set up for the May 14th and 15th Masses. 100% of your contribution will be sent to churches and Knights councils in the Ukraine and Poland to be distributed to those in need. Make out checks to “Knights of Columbus” addressing “Ukraine” in the memo section.

ORVarious Catholic agencies are collecting donations to aid the humanitarian crisis in Ukraine. If you would like to make a donation to help people in Ukraine, please go to the Diocese of Raleigh website for a list of the agencies: https://dioceseofraleigh.org/news/where-give-help-ukraine
If you prefer, you may also drop off a donation (checks made out to Sacred Heart) at the parish office.


SUNDAY, MAY 22, 2022
Mass in honor of our graduates and
to announce the 2022 Ladies Guild Scholarship Recipents


WEDNESDAY, MAY 25, 2022
Knights of Columbus Fundraiser for Communities in Schools

Mike’s Garage Band will perform at the St. James Woodlands Park Amphitheater from 5:00 p.m. to 8:oo p.m.
The cost is $10.00 per person, and all proceeds will go to Communities in Schools (CIS) of Brunswick County, whose mission is to surround students with a community of support, empowering the students to stay in school and
achieve in life. The Knights will be selling wristbands for this event at church. Make out checks to the “Knights of Columbus.” Or, drop off or mail your checks to Tom Corbett at 4506 Regency Crossing in St. James. Please include the names of each attendee as wristbands will be given out at the entrances to the amphitheater. Wristbands will also be sold the night of the event at the Woodlands Park Amphitheater. Come with your friends, your  hairs/blankets/tables, your food, and your choice of beverages (wine, beer, or soda) for a fun evening of music and dancing. There is no rainout date and there will be no refunds for this event since all proceeds will be donated to CIS. Questions – contact Tom Corbett at (714) 309-2500


MONDAY, MAY 30 * MEMORIAL DAY
No Mass / No Communion Service 
(Church / Office closed all day)


FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 2022
The Problem & Mystery of Suffering:

Why do bad things happen to good people? is a question that atheists as well as believers in God find themselves asking… Fr. Paul has some answers: the good, the bad, and the ugly. You are invited to come and learn.

The presentation will take about 75 minutes and will include time for questions, answers and discussion.

WHAT:      A teaching on the Problem and Mystery of Suffering
WHEN:     Friday, June 3, 2022 at 9:30 am after 9:00 am First Friday Mass
WHERE:   St. Brendan Church Sanctuary in Shallotte, North Carolina
WHY:         We want to know why there is suffering and evil in the world.

HOW:        PLEASE REGISTER by signing up at the desk in the Gathering Space or by emailing Fr. Paul at pjw424@gmail.com. You may also text or phone him and leave a message at (304) 433-7472.  It helps us  with preparing handouts.

WHO:         Fr. Paul Wharton, is diocesan priest from Wheeling- Charleston on Sabbatical and Priest in residence at Saint Brendan. He has been a Priest (39 years), Prison Chaplain, Dean, Vicar, Teacher, Presbyteral Council Chairman, and a Consulter for his Bishop.

 WARNING:  This presentation will  NOT be live-streamed or taped.


JUNE RETREAT: LIFE IN THE EUCHARIST
Delve into the mysteries of the Eucharist and enrich your own life. Come to this one-night retreat June 17-18 at the Catholic Conference Center in Hickory, NC.  Renew your spirit with mix of Adoration, contemplation, and prayer, plus be encouraged by four meditations based on the verbs Jesus used during the last supper:  taken, blessed, broken, and given.  In each meditation, you’ll be invited to explore how Jesus applies the same verbs to your life.  It’d be a great Father’s Day gift, or a gift-to-self on the day before the Feast of Corpus Christi.
For more information, visit Eucharist – Catholic Conference Center,
email info@catholicconference.org, or call 828.327.7441.


* MASS SCHEDULE *

Reconciliation:  4:00 pm Saturdays or by appointment

(Office/Church hours Mon.-Thur. 9:30-4:00 and Fridays 9:30-12:00)

Saturday 5:00p
Sunday 8:30 (also live-streamed) & 11:00a
9:00a Communion Service & Novena
Tues., Wed. & Thursday 9:00a
Friday 12:00 noon
Most Holy Days 10:00a and 6:00p

News and Events

Pope Calls for Synod * Survey

Pope Calls for Synod * Survey

Start date: March 12, 2022 - End date: January 1, 2023

Bishop Luis elected to formally begin the Diocese of Raleigh’s synodal journey during the week of Christmas by launching an…