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IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE EXECUTIVE ORDER ISSUED BY GOV. ABBOTT ON 3/31/20, SACRED HEART WILL BE CLOSED THROUGH THURSDAY, APRIL 30.
As part of the Dallas County shelter-in-place order issued on Sunday, March 22, Sacred Heart Books & Gifts closed on March 24 along with other non-essential businesses, to promote efforts to help slow the rise and spread of coronavirus cases. By executive order, Governor Abbott has extended the closure of non-essential businesses in Texas to April 30th.
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Please be assured that you remain in our prayers during this difficult time.
IMPORTANT NOTICE TO OUR CUSTOMERS!
To better assist the Catholics of Dallas, we are providing some links to helpful devotional sources:
910 AM: http://www.grnonline.com/
On March 13, 2020, Bishop Edward Burns issued a statement to the Diocese of Dallas suspending all public Masses until March 30, 2020. Churches will remain open for private prayer during this time. Eliminating large gatherings has proved to be effective in curtailing the spread of the virus, and he wishes the faithful to be free of anxiety or distress.
We remind our customers that while our obligation to attend Mass has been waived, we are still obligated to keep the Lord’s Day holy! Please set aside time for prayer and reflection, visit Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament, and go to Confession.
And as always, please feel free to give us a call with further questions or concerns. May God bless you and your family, and may He keep us safe from all sickness
LENT IS HERE!
May it be fruitful!
Check out our Lenten Materials Display.
author of the month!
Each month we will be featuring a different author, and during that month all of the author's titles will be 10% off! No coupons or promo codes needed.
And the author for the month of March is...
Dr. Edward Sri!
Saint Roch and Saint Rosalie, pray for us!
We are setting up our First Communion Room!
First Communion items are arriving, so its time to put them out! Come check out our stock as we prepare for the First Communion season.