• Welcome

    Welcome

    “The Church must be a place of mercy freely given, where everyone can feel welcomed, loved, forgiven and encouraged to live the good life of the Gospel.”  - Pope Francis

  • Welcome

    Welcome

    "He who follows me ... will have the light of life" (Jn 8:12)

  • Welcome

    Welcome

    "The Lord is present in the tabernacle in his divinity and his humanity. He is not there for himself, but for us: for it is his joy to be with us.”  - St. Edith Stein

  • Welcome

    Welcome

    "Beloved, let us love one another, because love is of God; everyone who loves is begotten by God and knows God." (1 John 4:7)

  • Welcome

    Welcome

    "Behold, I stand at the door and knock. If anyone hears my voice and opens the door, [then] I will enter his house and dine with him, and he with me." (Rev 3:20)

  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5

Weekend Masses

Saturday Vigil: 5:00pm EN, 7:00pm SP
Sunday: 7:30am EN, 10:00am EN, 12:30pm SP, 3:00pm SP, 5:30pm EN

Click for Daily Mass, Holy Days, Reconciliation, and Adoration Schedules

 

Weekend Masses

Saturday Vigil
5:00pm EN
7:00pm SP

Sunday
7:30am EN
10:00am EN
12:30pm SP
3:00pm SP
5:30pm EN

Click for Daily Mass, Holy Days, Reconciliation, and Adoration Schedules 

 

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.

 

Nuestra Mision

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 over 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.

Read more

Headlines

  • Parish Breakfast

    Parish Breakfast

  • An Evening of Sacred Organ Music

    An Evening of Sacred Organ Music

    Sacred Heart Music Ministry presents "An Evening of Sacred Organ Music" with Ken Weber and features the  works of Bach, excerpts form Faure's Requiem, Mozart and many others. Wednesday, September 4, 2019 at 7:30pm.

    Read More
  • Online Parish Survey is here!

    Online Parish Survey is here!

    We want to here from you. Please Click here to get started. ¡La encuesta parroquial en línea está aquí! Queremos aquí de ti. Por favor haga clic aquí para empezar.


     

  • Divine Mercy Cenacles

    Divine Mercy Cenacles

    I ask all families to make more time to pray together at home and strongly encourage us to join/form a Divine Mercy Prayer Cenacle. Read on for information and contact Grethel and Dwight to start your Cenacle
    Blessings,
    Fr. Philip Wilhite, Pastor
    WHAT IS A DIVINE MERCY CENACLE ?
    Fr. Philip Wilhite at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Conroe, TX is inviting individuals and families to join a home-based Divine Mercy Cenacle, in English or Spanish. As part of this home prayer group , you can bring the Divine Mercy Message and Devotion to a hurting world. You do NOT need to belong to Sacred Heart Catholic Church to join these Cenacles. Fr. Philip is the Spiritual Director of these Cenacles and will be inviting us to a quarterly Mass to unite all Cenacles, followed by fellowship. Divine Mercy Cenacles are worldwide and are an apostolate of the Marian Fathers.
    HOW CAN I HELP SPREAD THE DIVINE MERCY MESSAGE?
    (1) Join a PRAYER Cenacle with your own domestic family or with your friends;
    (2) Become a Leader to a Cenacle, which is very simple to do;
    (3) Volunteer your home to host a Cenacle.

    Read More
  • Celebrating Mass Ad Orientem, Ad Deum, and Versus Populum

    Celebrating Mass Ad Orientem, Ad Deum, and Versus Populum

    Dear Brothers and Sisters,

    This August 7th will be our first Wednesday to offer Mass, both morning and evening, ad orientem- with the priest and people facing east together during the Liturgy of the Eucharist and the prayers addressed to God. As I’ve stated before, this Liturgical posture in worship, like that of the priest facing the people, is approved by the Church and permitted. I’ve decided, for pastoral reasons, to begin this celebration in our parish to meet the spiritual needs of those who feel drawn to worship God in this form. Because our Churches today aren’t all constructed with the congregation facing east - ad orientem takes on a dual significance - the literal, facing east or simply the priest and people facing in the same direction. 

    Read More
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
  • 6
  • 7