Conroe, Texas - Arch Diocese of Galveston-Houston

Our Mission

We, the community of Sacred Heart Catholic Church, are called to nurture, live and share our faith in our Lord Jesus Christ striving for love, justice and the salvation of all for the glory of God.


Nosotros, la comunidad de la Iglesia Catolica del Sagrado Corazon, estamos llamados a cultivar, en vivo y compartir nuestra fe en nuestro Senor Jesucristo lucha por el amor, la justicia y la salvacion de todo para la gloria de Dios.


Welcome to Sacred Heart

For 100 years, Sacred Heart Catholic Church has been serving the people of Montgomery County, Texas while watching the area grow and change from generation to generation. Although there has been continual change surrounding Sacred Heart Catholic Church over those 100 years, one thing has not changed — the commitment of our parish to the faith through devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus Christ. Since the days of the first Masses in the original church, the establishment of Sacred Heart Catholic School over 55 years ago and continuing through the changes just completed in Phase I of Sacred Heart Parish’s Master Plan, and our current campaign,

God’s Love, Our Mission, supporting our new Church, our Parish Life Center, a fellowship hall and a retreat center, the people of faith have gathered together for prayer, worship, service to the poor and fellowship as part of our parish. As a parish community, some of our proudest moments come through the children served through our religious education programs and our school creating the next generation of Catholics to serve her locally and to share the message of Christ throughout the world.

Whether you are a visitor to Sacred Heart Parish, a returning Catholic to Sacred Heart, a newcomer to the Montgomery County area or someone with an emerging interest in the Catholic faith, I and all the parishioners of Sacred Heart Catholic Parish welcome you to our home. I have enclosed some materials that introduce current happenings around the parish for your use and also direct to our parish website, www.shconroe.org, for additional information including information on our school, our many ministries, sacraments, a video of our 100 year history and our plans for our new church, and our staff contact information. I certainly hope you will acquaint yourself with what the parish and school have to offer and find something that interests you and encourage you to become an active member of Sacred Heart Catholic Church.

If I can ever be of assistance, please do not hesitate to contact me, or any other member of the parish staff, by calling the Parish Office at (936) 756-8186 or parishoffice@shconroe.org.


  • Weddings

    Congratulations! You have reached a point in your lives where you wish to commit yourselves to each other before God in the sacrament of marriage. Sacred Heart Catholic Church rejoices with you and wants your wedding day to be truly special.

  • Funerals

    On behalf of the Parish Community of Sacred Heart, we would like to extend our deepest sympathy at the loss of your loved one. Please know that we are here to help you and support you during this difficult time. Our Liturgy & Music Office will assist you in the planning of the Funeral Mass, and suggest ways for family and friends to be personally involved.
  • Baptism

    To register for the required Parent/Godparent Preparation Sessions, please contact the Parish Office at (936) 756-8186.
  • Reconciliation

    “Catechesis for children must always respect the natural disposition, ability, age, and circumstances of individuals. It seeks, first, to make clear the relationship of the sacrament to the child’s life; second, to help the child recognize moral good and evil, repent of wrongdoing, and turn for forgiveness to Christ and the Church; third, to encourage the child to see that, in this sacrament, faith is being expressed by being forgiven and forgiving; fourth, to encourage the child to approach the sacrament freely and regularly. (NCD 126) Parents have the responsibility for the education of their children. (Catechism of the Catholic Church #2223)
  • Eucharist

    Adults who have been baptized but uncatechised and have not received the sacraments of Reconciliation and Communion need to prepare to receive the Sacraments by attending the RCIA process which meets every Wednesday from 7:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. until de time they are ready to receive the sacraments.
  • Confirmation

    The final Sacrament of Initiation, the celebration of Confirmation is a momentous cause for rejoicing in the Church. As these teens take upon themselves the full inheritance promised them in Baptism, the entire Church welcomes them, noting the new permanent mark upon their souls...
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109 North Frazier
Conroe, TX 77301


704 Old Montgomery Rd.
Conroe, TX 77301
Fax: 936.756.8105
Email: parishoffice@shconroe.org


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