“Hope is essential to the Christian life. It’s hope that gives us joy, energy and enthusiasm. It makes us smile, it puts a spring in our step, it assures us that with God the impossible can be possible, that obstacles can be overcome and gloom can be transformed into light.” Mass at Sacred Heart It was a real pleasure to welcome Bishop Philip to Sacred Heart Hook at the weekend where he acknowledges our growing parish, discusses the importance of Advent, calls us all to celebrate the Sacrament of Reconciliation, evangelise our faith and grow our parish by inviting our wider family and friends toRead More →

On Saturday 6th, July we celebrated Thy Kingdom Come in a way that felt uniquely “Sacred Heart”. We painted rocks, wrote prayers on special cards impregnated with seeds, received blessings from Father Paul and then planted everything in a special flowerbed at the front of the Church.Father Paul then blessed the plot of land and said prayers to mark the spot and the occasion. The aim of the event was to allow people to :- Deepen their relationship with Jesus Christ Pray for God’s Spirit to work in the lives of those they know Come to realise that every aspect of their life is theRead More →

Latest Message This month, October 2019, has been designated by the Holy Father as an Extraordinary Month of Mission. It is a month of renewal, in which the Pope calls us to rededicate ourselves as missionary disciples spreading the Good News. There’s a also a nod to a certain teenage member of our Church you may know… Watch the video or download the newsletter to learn more… Previous Messages Download and read, or simply watch the message from Bishop Philip, touching on the Bible, the year of The God who Speaks, the 1600th anniversary of St. Jerome and the 10th anniversary of Pope Benedict’s remarkableRead More →

“Hello, my name is Charles and I’m going to speak about how the call from God grew to radically change my life.” Listen to the full story below or read the transcript that follows. Very moving stuff.. “I’ve always held the belief that there was something more to life than the physical” I grew up in a non religious family and never went to Church. The most exposure I had to Christ was at a church of England primary school as well as my grandparents who are Christian. I’ve always held the belief that there was something more to life than the physical, but IRead More →