Adopt a Backpack program time is here! Please click on this event link to see further details! Backpacks & lists of items needed will be available after masses the weekend of July 27- 28, 2019. All stuffed backpacks must be returned to the church by August 18, 2019. Sponsored by the Social Justice Committee.
Each year Matthew’s Ministry provides weekend food for children in Brunswick County who are
classified as “food insecure”.
During the school year backpacks go home filled with food every Friday
and are returned empty every Monday to be filled again. Matthew’s Ministry provides weekly food to
over 500 children at 16 area schools.
Matthew’s Ministry will need backpacks filled with food to start the program again in the fall. There are
two ways that you can help fill this need:
Option 1: Pick up an empty backpack from Sacred Heart (there are 150 empty backpacks that are ready
to be filled).
Option 2: Purchase a backpack and fill it with the food items (listed below) and return your filled
backpack to Sacred Heart.
All filled backpacks will need to be returned to Sacred Heart by Sunday, August 18.
FOOD ITEMS FOR THE BACKPACK: NO GLASS ITEMS
- individual packets of oatmeal
-one chef boy r dee item
-one can of a fruit or vegetable
-one jar of peanut butter (plastic only)
-one package of macaroni and cheese
-one pound package of pasta (pot size pasta preferred)
-one can of pasta sauce (cans only)
-one can of soup
-one package of ramen noodles
-one can of tuna , chicken or Vienna sausage
- one small package of rice
If you have any questions feel free to contact Shirley McHale at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Sacred Heart Council 12537 will hold its 2019 Annual Knights Gold Tournament at the Carolina National Golf course in Bolivia, NC on Wednesday, September 11th. This is a Flighted Scramble that includes golf and cart, breakfast, lunch, range balls, Hole in One cash prize, 50/50 raffle, and prizes for each Flight winner. This year we will pay tribute to the 9/11 victims, their First Responders, as well as our members of the U. S. Armed Forces. This tribute will include a “Fly Over” by the Civic Air Patrol and the colors will be presented by their Cadet Color Guard. The cost is $85 a person. All net proceeds will go to local Brunswick County charities. So come one out to play, have fun, and contribute to supporting charities serving Brunswick County residents. Email Bill Sample at email@example.com or Tom McAndrews at firstname.lastname@example.org for registration information or additional details.
Learn more about what Pentecost Sunday means, its place in the Old and New Testaments and more interesting facts by clicking the link below:
For our June show, we celebrate the 15th anniversary of Wilmington Catholic Radio which went on the air in July 2004. We chat with Board members Bill Hamilton, Jim Edens, and Greg Decker. Bill will recount his idea for founding the radio station after he heard the Apparitions of Our Lady tape by Bud McFarland, Sr. Bill felt called to learn more about his faith, and the idea for a Catholic radio station in Wilmington was born.
Bill invited Jim Edens to join the Board and enlisted Greg Decker's help whose expertise in computers was the perfect fit when the Board had a vacancy. Over the years, these men have worked tirelessly to expand the coverage of Catholic radio including Southport.
This show will air on Saturday, June 15th at 11:00 a.m. and Sunday, June 16th at 6:00 p.m.