Golfers Mark Your Calendars

Sacred Heart parish is hosting the 17th Annual Paul Prost Memorial Golf Tournament. The tournament will be held on Monday September 24, 2018, at Columbia Country Club golf course. (Noon lunch.1:00 PM shotgun start. Four-person scramble.)  Past participants have proclaimed this “one of the most fun tournaments of the year.” Proceeds from the tournament benefit the Sacred Heart building maintenance fund. Get your team together and be prepared to have a good time. Tournament sponsorships are available. For information contact Gene Gerke at 573-875-7125 ext 101, or email:

Help Wanted:

Maintenance positions, full-time and part-time available. Must have

experience in maintenance. EOE, competitive pay and benefits.

Apply at Sacred Heart Church office 105 Waugh Street, Columbia, MO 573-443-3470.

Maintenance Application (8 downloads)


Maintenance Position Full-time (9 downloads)


Maintenance Position Part-time (7 downloads)


Sacred Heart observes Pentecost

There was singing, dancing and all manner of celebration at Sacred Heart Parish on the Vigil of Pentecost on May 19. A multicultural Mass was offered by our pastor, Father Francis Doyle, and Deacon Bill Caubet preached the homily. Singing in musical styles from around the world was provided by the 8:30 Mass choir, the 1 p.m. Spanish choir and the African choir. The general intercessions were read in German, Vietnamese, Kirundi, Mandarin, Portuguese, Spanish and English by parishioners from these countries.

After Mass, a celebration with foods from around the globe was hosted in the Activity Building. We were treated to foods from Japan, Brazil, Vietnam, Lebanon, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, Philip-pines, Mexico, Germany, Ireland Scotland, Congo, Burundi, Tanzania, China, and many other European countries. And of course, hot dogs and mac & cheese represent-ing the USA! There was Sangria and beers from 11 different coun-tries to taste.

DJ Pedro Mesa, provided the music and several parishioners provided entertainment. It was so great to see children, elderly, and all of our cultures together dancing, sing-ing and enjoying each others company. To quote Father Francis, We were dancing in tongues.

Just in case you missed it, there are photos on the Catholic Missourian website at:,728