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Since Fr. Daryl's stroke in June, 2013, we have prayed together for him as a congregation at Mass, in the bulletin and website. In his autobiography, he shared how he encountered the reality of Jesus in the Eucharist on Easter in 1986. That was his mantra for the rest of his life. Several of us honored that mantra by going to him every morning and praying with him and sharing Eucharist with him. Thanks to the Claretians providing a van, we were able to transport Fr. Daryl to Mass each Sunday where he was able to worship with "those he loved". On Passion Sunday, with his body being consumed by an incurable blood disorder, he made his last sojourn to the earthly altar of God. On Good Friday he left his diseased body behind and resurrected to the heavenly altar in the presence of Jesus. We will miss him, but we can rejoice that his is now in the presence of the Eucharistic Jesus for all eternity. ~Deacon Tony Humphrey
Here in beautiful and historic Prescott, Arizona, you will find a vibrant community of faithful Catholics. Strengthened by the presence of Jesus and with the guidance and inspiration of the Holy Spirit, we joyfully live the Gospel. Welcome!
Vivimos con alegría el Evangelio
Declaración de misión parroquial:
Fortalecer la presencia de Jesús y con la guía y la inspiración del Espíritu Santo, vivimos con alegría el Evangelio.
~ De los feligreses de la parroquia del sagrado corazón
Holy Saturday 7:30pm Vigil Mass
7am, 9am, 11am , 1pm in Spanish
(No 5pm Mass)
Regular Weekend Masses:
Saturday Vigil, in English: 5:00pm
Sunday, in Spanish: 1:00pm
Sunday, in English: 7:00am, 9:00am, 11:00am, 5:00pm Youth Mass
Childcare provided at the 5pm Youth Mass.
Confessions - Saturday, 3:00-4:30pm in the Church. Or by appointment with a call to the Parish Office - 445-3141.
Daily Mass, in English
Every Wednesday Daily Mass is at 8:30am.
Monday-Tuesday-Thursday-Friday-Saturday: Daily Mass is 7am
For the Lenten Season there is an additional daily Mass at 5:30pm on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
Beginning May 20, 2015 the daily Mass on Wednesday moves to 7am for the summer. The Wednesday daily Mass returns to 8:30am on August 12, 2015.
Liturgy of the Hours, Daily, Monday-Friday at 7:30am in the Church
The Rosary is prayed 30minutes before each weekday mass, the Saturday 5pm, and also Sunday 7am and 5pm Masses.
Closed on Good Friday
Closed on Easter Monday
Mondays: 8am to 5pm
Tuesdays: 8am to 5pm
Wednesdays: 8am to 5pm
Thursdays: 8am to 7pm.
Fridays: 8am to 5pm.
Saturdays: 8am to 4pm.
Sunday - closed.
School Office Hours (when in session)
Monday thru Thursday: 7:30am - 4pm
Friday: 7:30am - 1pm
School Mass: 8:30am Wednesdays (with a few exceptions)
UPDATE ON FR. DARYL
Fr. Daryl has peaked at this time in regards to his physical and speech development. He has been taken off the chemotherapy since it has been ineffective in helping him to produce red blood. An iron supplement will be tried to assist his energy improvement. His spirits remain positive and he is thankful for your prayers.
Merciful God, giver of life and health; Bless, I pray you, your servant, Fr. Daryl, and those who administer to him with your healing gifts; that he may be restored to health of body and of mind; through Jesus Christ our Lord.
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Fr. Charles Gielow, C.M.F. (deceased)
"The Claretians have determined that a credible allegation of child abuse has been made against a former priest of this parish who is now deceased, Fr. Charles Gielow. For more information please see the Diocesan Website.