• The Sacramental Life of Christ - Blue Window - Shady Ave
  • Baptism
  • Confirmation
  • Penance
  • Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament
  • Holy Sacrifice of the Mass
  • Holy Eucharist
  • Ave.Anointing the Sick
  • Holy Orders
  • Matrimony
  • Prophecies Made By Christ - Red Window - Emerson St.
  • Betrayal of Judas
  • Denial of Peter
  • Condemned by Pilate
  • Mockery by the guards
  • Coming of the Holy Spirit
  • Perpetuity of the Church
  • Casting Lots for His Garments
  • Persecution of the Apostles
  • Destruction of Jerusalem
  • Christ Baptism by John the Baptist
  • Lamb of God
  • The Assumption of Mary Window; L-R: Archangels Raphael, Gabriel, Blessed Mary ...
  • Jesus is laid in the tomb
  • The Risen Life of Christ Shady Ave.
  • Claims to Divinity Made By Christ - Blue Window - Emerson St.
  • Where two or three are gathered in my name I am ...
  • This text is being fulfilled today even as you listen.
  • Sacred Heart Pulpit
  • Curing the Paralytic
  • Restoring Ear of Malchus
  • Woman with the Issue of Blood
  • Giving Sight to the Blind Man
  • Stilling Temptest
  • Raising Widow's Son to Life
  • Christ Appears to the Apostles
  • Christ Appears to Peter
  • Christ Ascends into Heaven
  • Christ is Risen from the Dead
  • Christ Appears to Mary Magdalene
  • Christ Appears to Thomas
  • The Resurrection of Christ - Red Window - Emerson St.
  • The Resurrection of Christ - Red Window - Emerson St.
  • Christ Appears on the Seashore
  • Judaism
  • Persecution
  • Heresy - Arianism
  • Theology, Philosophy, Canon Law, Liturgy
  • Propagation of the Faith - Blue Window - Emerson St.
  • Propagation of the Faith - Blue Window - Emerson St.
  • Overcoming Paganism
  • Barbarism
  • Propagation of the Faith - Blue Window - Emerson St.
  • The Publican and the Sinner
  • Love of husband and wife symbolizes Christ's love for the Church
  • Forgiveness of woman caught in adultery
  • Christ's association with and instruction of the twelve apostles
  • Charity knows no law - necessary good work on the Sabbath
  • The stone the builders rejected becomes the conerstone
  • The Risen Life of Christ - Red Window Shady Ave.


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Sacred Heart Parish is a Roman Catholic Community of faith in the East End of Pittsburgh.  Nourished by the Word and the Eucharist, we strive to witness to the good news of Jesus Christ, sharing our diverse talents to serve one another and our community.

 

Copyright permission has been granted to display the beautiful artwork of Sacred Heart Parish by Nevin Robinson, artist. 

 

Registration is made by contacting one of the parish priests. Boundaries, set by the Diocese of Pittsburgh, are honored.  In order to build a community, those wishing to register should be attentive to being active members of the parish through regular attendance at Mass and participation in parish functions.   

 

 

 

Sunday, October 15 (2:00 p.m.) in parish auditorium. Admission is free.

 

Click HERE to visit the school website.

Tours are given every Wednesday during the school year at 8:45 a.m.

Contact tours@sacredheartpgh.org

Click HERE to notify legislators of the need to expand the EITC program to assist children who want to attend our school!

 

 

Survey for Young Adults in preparation for the upcoming Synod at the Vatican.

Click HERE to offer your opinions.

 

 

Are you a "Practicing Catholic"? Click HERE for info!

 

 

                                                               The Centennial of Fatima

Click HERE for information regarding the 100th anniversary of the apparitions of the Blessed Virgin Mary in this Portugal city.

 

Welcome to the new "Lifeteen EDGE program for grades 6-8!

 

Support Sacred Heart Parish through the "AmazonSmile" Program

Click HERE for information!

Search for "Sacred Heart Parish, Pittsburgh, PA"  

 

Clergy & Staff

Sacred Heart Elementary School

Sacred Heart Elementary School provides quality Catholic education for children in pre-k through 8th grade. www.sacredheartpgh.org/   

Photo Albums

Mass Times

Saturday Vigil - 4:30 PM

Sunday - 8 am, 9:30 am, 11:30 am, 7:45 pm

Monday/Tuesday/Thursday/Friday -8:30 am
Wednesday-12:05 p.m. only
(check events page for changes)

Saturday - 8:30 am

Sacrament of Reconciliation

Thursdays - 11:15 am - 11:45 am (unless a Holy Day or holiday occurs on Thursday)

Saturdays - 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm (unless a Holy Day or holiday occurs on Saturday)

By Appointment - Contact the Rectory for an appointment.

Because there is one priest assigned to the parish, Funerals or vacations may cause a change in this schedule.

Events

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  • Sep 24 2017  8:00 am - Mass
  • Sep 24 2017  9:30 am - Mass
  • Sep 24 2017  11:30 am - Mass

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Office Hours

Monday - Friday, 7:30 am - 12:15 p.m.
(12:15-12:45-Staff Lunch break)
12:45 p.m.-4:00 pm

Resources

Publications


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