Parish News


The 8th Annual HopeFest Arizona will be held Saturday, September 28 on the Courthouse Square. Sacred Heart will have a table this year and join businesses, organizations and other churches to help meet the needs of our neighbors including veterans, active military, first responders and the vulnerable of Yavapai County. We hope to be part of making a tangible difference to our community. Sacred Heart’s table will be active from 10am-4pm. Please take time to come down to the Square to support this event.

2019-09-11T15:17:22+00:00September 11th, 2019|

Light of the World Retreat

The next Light of the World Retreat is scheduled for September 21 and 22, 2019. This year’s retreat will only be two days instead of four. If you feel something is missing in your life or are looking for a way to increase your faith and meet more people in the parish, this retreat is for you. The cost for the entire weekend is just $25 and scholarships are available. You can sign up in the Parish Office. There will also be representatives present after all the Masses on the weekend of September 7-8. If you have any questions, please contact Mike Daniel at 928-910-1506. We hope to see you there.

2019-09-03T15:29:54+00:00September 3rd, 2019|

Additional Mass and Confession Times Added

Mass is now celebrated every Monday at 5:30PM (except on holidays). All are welcome.

There is now one priest available for Confessions every Wednesday (except holidays) in the Church from 6:00-7:00 PM

2019-08-30T18:09:53+00:00August 9th, 2019|

Parish Music Survey

Thank you for responding to our Parish Music Survey. We have received a lot of responses. We value your input and will be reviewing the surveys over the next few weeks.

2019-08-30T17:58:07+00:00August 9th, 2019|

New Principal of Sacred Heart School

We are pleased to announce that Shelly Cooper has been hired to be the new principal of Sacred Heart Catholic School. Shelly’s official start date is July 1, 2019, but she will be working a few days in late May and in early June to get started on planning for the 2019-2020 school year.

For the past seven years, Shelly has been the Assistant Principal and Preschool Director at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic School in Glendale. Before that, she was a teacher at two other schools in the Diocese of Phoenix for a total of twelve years. Shelly has her undergraduate degree from Arizona State University, where she majored in Special Education. She also has achieved two Masters of Education degrees from Northern Arizona University, one in Curriculum and Instruction and the other in Educational Leadership. Shelly also has a Doctorate in Early Childhood Education from Walden University.

Shelly and her husband Greg Cipriano have three adult children. Shelly and Greg are very excited about relocating to Prescott.

Sacred Heart will be hosting an Open House in August for parents and parishioners to meet Shelly in person.  Watch the bulletin and website for details! We are very excited to have Shelly as part of our Sacred Heart Catholic School family.

2019-06-08T23:33:03+00:00May 22nd, 2019|

“Unplanned,” the movie, comes to Prescott

Abby Johnson’s incredible but true story of her journey from Planned Parenthood clinic director to anti-abortion activist is now a feature film. It will open at the Harkins Theaters in Prescott Valley on Friday, March 29. It’s so important to spread the word and see this movie on opening weekend! That’s what’s needed to assure its survival.  Click here for showtimes.  (Note: There is also a single 7:00 pm showing on Thursday, March 28.)

Former pastor Fr. Darrin Merlino and parishioners Roger and Barbara Dubin attended the world premiere of “Unplanned” in Hollywood on March 18. Catholic World Report asked Roger to cover the event and write a review. Click here to read it.

The Diocese of Phoenix tweeted out the article/review; DISC Awards rated it the #1 Catholic tweet of March 21.
2019-03-26T05:24:01+00:00March 22nd, 2019|

Bishop Olmsted announces 2019 CDA

The Charity and Development Appeal (CDA) is the annual fundraising effort to support more than seventy charities, ministries and apostolates for the Diocese of Phoenix. The CDA has been in place since 1970. Every year, families are asked to prayerfully consider how much they will pledge in service to others, acting as the heart and hands of Jesus. Click on the video box above to view Bishop Olmsted’s announcement.
2019-01-30T17:06:19+00:00January 30th, 2019|