Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Alturas, CA
(Est. 1883)

St. James Mission, Cedarville, CA

Welcome!


Rev. Fr. Bernardin Mugabo
Pastor



Sacred Heart Church

Mass Times:      
Saturday Vigil -
4:30 PM
Sunday - 10:30 AM.

Tuesday through Friday - 5:15 PM
(Rosary 4:40 PM)
Saturday - 9:00 AM

Holy Days - 5:30 PM or see Bulletin

Sacrament of Reconciliation (Confession):
Saturday 3:00-4:00 PM
(Directions)

St. James Mission Church

Mass Times:
Sunday 8:30 AM
Holy Days - See Bulletin (Directions)


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RCIA Classes
Begin September 10!

Are You interested in the Catholic faith?
Would you like to join the Catholic Church?
Call Fr. Bernardin (233-2119) or Tom and Lisa Parnow (233-5474)


U.S. Bishops on Health Care

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      The Catholic Church and Rights of Conscience

On February 10, the Catholic bishops of the United States called for a renewed effort to change the HHS imposed mandate that violates conscience rights & religious liberty. The Administration's “accommodation” still forces objecting organizations and individuals to pay for “services” that violate their religious convictions.

  • The original unjust rule has not been changed, but rather finalized.
  • HHS has promised some kind of “accommodation,” but only after the election.
  • The promised “accommodation”— even at its best — would still force our institutions to violate their beliefs.
  • There's no exemption for objecting insurers, secular employers, for-profit religious employers, or individuals.

St. Isidore Parish website provides links to resource and background information from the Diocese of Sacramento, the USCCB, homilies, and videos to aid Catholics in fulfilling their responsibilities as Faithful Catholic Citizens as Governments challenge the Church's Rights of Conscience. PLEASE CLICK ON THIS LINK!!! (St. Isidore)




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For any of the following, please call the Rectory
(530-233-2119)

  • Pre-Baptism Preparation

  • RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults)

  • Baptism/Bautismos

  • Marriage Preparation - allow six months in advance of the proposed wedding.

  • Sacrament of Healing

  • Quinceaneras

Announcements from the Diocese:    (click here)

On the Diocesan website you will find many interesting and informative items--too many to include in each weekly bulletin or on a webpage. So please take a look every week or two.

You can see the latest Canonical Appointments (which priests are reassigned, retiring, etc.); job opportunities; events; and much more.


Websites for Vocations

Calling women and men! Are you interested in pursuing a vocation to the priesthood and consecrated life? Check out the new website to promote vocations launched by the Secretariat of Clergy, Consecrated Life and Vocations of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops. Click here.

What's a seminarian's life like? Click here.

This is an upbeat blog on a variety of topics such as prayer and discernment, what inspires priestly vocation, and why men think they are being called by God to serve the local church.

Are you interested in the Permanent Diaconate? Have questions? Click here for answers.

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