Enrichment & Spiritual
I always feel welcome and at home when I visit campus and reconnect with my teachers.
Dates TBD - Main Building Quilt Parlor Please join us for a panel of personal stories shared by alumni, faculty, and staff. The speakers for this season's Stories from the Heart will share their relationships with the natural world and its effect on their inner life. All are welcome to join us for these thoughtful and heart-felt stories. Questions? Please contact Sally Vance-Trembath.
Founded & Fueled on Philanthropy, each year, all alumni and parents of alumni (PALs) of Sacred Heart are encouraged to take part in our annual day of service, contributing volunteer hours to their local communities and preferred charities or attend a service event on campus scheduled by the Alumni Office.
Held in conjunction with the Tres Bien Tea, Alumni Oktoberfest and milestone class reunions on Alumni Day, the always-popular Alumni Mass is held each year in the Main Building Chapel. All alumni, family and friends are welcome to attend and take part in the liturgy. Click here for more details on Alumni Day Mass and activities.
SHS Dad's First Friday: Faith and Fellowship with current and past parent Deacon John Kerrigan.
8:15 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. Otto Library in the Main (brick) Building on the Sacred Heart Prep Campus.
Dads' (and Dudes) First Friday gatherings are an opportunity to come together to share fellowship, to reflect on a spiritual reading (typically a passage from the New Testament), and through small group discussion, to connect insights with daily lives as fathers, husbands, and leaders. The premise is that the more we reflect on our lives, especially in a spiritual context, the richer and more meaningful our inner lives and encounters with others become. No experience necessary, and all faith traditions are welcome! You don't have to be a dad to attend.
A longstanding tradition at Sacred Heart, and newly re-instituted in 2015, the Christmas Family Mass is held on the Saturday preceding the holiday, with alumni volunteers actively taking part in the liturgy as lectors, eucharistic ministers, musicians, and other roles. Coordinated by the Parents' Association Spirituality Committee, the service is followed by holiday-themed hospitality.
"CARDBOARD CANOE CONSTRUCTION 101" WITH SHP FACULTY GUY LETTEER