The Fourth Bishop of the Diocese of Fort Worth is Most Reverend Michael F. Olson, the first priest of the Diocese to become a bishop who was ordained and installed on January 29, 2014 at the Tarrant County Convention Center. Bishop Olson, a native of Illinois, was ordained a priest of the Diocese of Fort Worth on June 3, 1994 by the late Bishop Joseph P. Delaney at St. Patrick Cathedral. His first assignment was as the parochial vicar—an associate pastor—of St. Michael Parish in Bedford where he served from July 1994 through June 1997.
Items to commemorate the 125th Anniversary of Sacred Heart Catholic Church are being sold at the Pastoral Office. Proceeds go to the fund to build our beautiful new Parish Chapel.
Shirts are available in black with ivory lettering. Sizes youth small to adult xtra-large are available. We can order additional sizes and quantities. Please call the office at 759-2500 for more information.
Christmas ornaments are also still available.
Sunday 7:30 AM (church)
Sunday 10:00 AM (church)
Monday 6:30 PM (church)-Novena-Perpetual Care
Tuesday 7:00 PM (church)-Cenacle Of Men
Wednesday 7:30 PM (church)
Monday-Thursday-Friday-8:45 AM (church)
FRIDAY 9:00 AM to 9:00 PM
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The Diocese of Fort Worth is concerned with providing parishioners, volunteers, visitors and employees with a safe place to worship and a productive environment. As such, the Diocese of Fort Worth expressly prohibits any and all acts or threats of violence by or against anyone on Parish, School or other Diocesan (“Diocesan”) facilities.
In addition, the Diocese of Fort Worth strictly prohibits the possession of, exhibiting or threatening to exhibit or to use, or use of any and all weapons, including firearms, on Diocesan premises by anyone whether licensed or unlicensed and whether concealed or visible. Parishioners, volunteers, students and employees are further prohibited from the possession of, exhibiting or threatening to exhibit or to use, or the use of any and all weapons while conducting business on behalf of the Parish/School/Diocese off of Diocesan premises.
Diocesan Weapon Policy