Events

View a calendar of upcoming events

Our History

Learn the history of our Parish

Clergy and Staff

Meet our clergy and staff members!

How to Become Catholic

Interested in becoming Catholic?

Front of Sacred Hearth Catholic Church in Conroe, TX

Weekend Mass Times

Saturday Vigil

5:00 pm | 7:00 pm SP

Sunday

7:30 am | 10:00 am | 12:30 pm SP | 3:00 pm SP | 5:30 pm

Contact Info

109 North Frazier St.
Conroe, TX, 77301

936-756-8186

parishoffice@shconroe.org

Follow Us On

Join Our Newsletter!

Monica’s Praise Report 11/10/22

Post Date: November 10, 2022
Author: Monica Hebert

O Lord of Lords, King of Kings – we praise You! You are so, so good, constant, loving, merciful, kind, all- knowing, all-powerful. You are our God, and we are Your beloved!

We are approaching a time of travel and sharing meals and traditions of all sorts- all with friends and extended family and many hours on the road with time to reflect !

I found myself reflecting, I know prompted by the Spirit, on family dynamics of all things and how that relates to the communion of saints and the dynamics of groups in which I am involved. I come from a culture where everyone is treated as family- even if we have just met. The communion of saints is lived out daily. It really is just a part of who I am, but to have God allow me to meditate on a FAMILY of saints gave me a different perspective – especially about my own family!

Every family is a little different, but I would argue that most have some things in common. Intact Christian families are built on the foundation of the Sacrament of Marriage. I am sure it is no coincidence that the Body of Christ is also referred to as the Bride of Christ. Most families gather together for certain times to strengthen bonds, communicate, and help each other – family meals, family prayers, vacations, activities, any and all shared activities! The Body or Bride of Christ does so as well — Mass (duh !) , group Rosaries, weddings, funerals, feast days, Praise nights, and so much more.

Just like our church family, I see the times that hubby and I gather our family as a way of giving each member its nourishment to GO OUT and do what God is calling us to do, knowing our next time of nourishment is not far away!

When the kids were all little and always home, gathering was more frequent and involved a lot of training. God is moving my family into a different season and reminding me that these shared experiences are JUST AS IMPORTANT BUT WILL LOOK MUCH DIFFERENT. He is reminding me that I need to set aside expectations and remember that it is His Will and His Plan that reigns. After all, He is God and I am not!

The Spiritual care I give my family IS JUST AS IMPORTANT AND WILL TAKE UP JUST AS MUCH TIME as changing diapers and training did. Our role as intercessors for our family, community, church and His kingdom are as vital as meals, dishes, and laundry!

Sacred Heart family- I challenge you to share what God has been revealing to you in your life! We must share His good works, His revelations, the miracles He still daily performs! Even if it’s a lesson you think is just for you, by sharing, you verbalize or write it, and it becomes more concrete. You just never know who else God is trying to reach through you!

Author: Monica Hebert

Recent Posts

Repent and Believe

Repent and Believe

A Reflection on the Readings for the First Sunday of Lent, February 18, 2024 Reading 1 Gn 9:8-15 Responsorial Psalm Ps 25:4-5, 6-7, 8-9. Reading 2 1 Pt 3:18-22 If you read the introduction to the Book of Genesis in the New American Bible, you will see that the first...

Reflection – February 4, 2024

Reflection – February 4, 2024

A Reflection on the Readings for the Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time, February 4, 2024 READING 1 JB 7:1-4, 6-7 RESPONSORIAL PSALM PS 147:1-2, 3-4, 5-6 READING 2 1 COR 9:16-19, 22-23 GOSPEL MK 1:29-39 The introduction to the Book of Job in the New American Bible...

Monica’s Praise Report 1/23/24

Monica’s Praise Report 1/23/24

Has God ever used your annoying dog to teach you about your guardian angel?  He did that for me recently, and I can’t wait to share it. Every week, the same yard man in the same truck using the same equipment comes. Every week, it is the same, yet my genius dog after...

God’s Calling

God’s Calling

A Reflection on the Readings for the Third Sunday in Ordinary Time, January 21, 2024 Reading 1 Jon 3:1-5, 10 Reading 11 1 Cor 7:29-31 Alleluia Mk 1:15 Gospel Mk 1:14-20 The Book of Jonah was written tongue-in-cheek as the author intended there to be some humor in this...

Here I Am Lord

Here I Am Lord

A Reflection on the Readings for the Second Sunday of Ordinary Time Reading 1 1 Sm 3:3b-10, 19 Responsorial Psalm Ps 40:2, 4, 7-8, 8-9, 10 Reading II 1 Cor 6:13c-15a, 17-20 Alleluia Jn 1:41, 17b Gospel Jn 1:35-42 We are, again, in Ordinary Time, and this week, we...

Monica’s Praise Report 12/27/23

Monica’s Praise Report 12/27/23

Praise be Jesus Christ, now and forever.  Praise be His holy name.  All Glory Be to He who was, is, and is to come.  Glory and Honor to the most high God. Thank You, Lord, for all thy benefits.  Thank You for the Sacraments, and for the treasury of Grace from which...

How do we respond to God?

How do we respond to God?

This fourth weekend of Advent reminds us of how God calls us to do amazing and sometimes overwhelming things for life, ours, and others alike. The catch is that there is a choice: we can say no or yes. I can honestly say that as I tend to grow older, it seems that...

A Season of Preparation

A Season of Preparation

A Reflection on the Reading for Sunday, December 10, 2023 Reading 1 Is 40:1-5, 9-11 Responsorial Psalm Ps 85:9-10-11-12, 13-14 Reading 2 2 Pt 3:8-14 Gospel Mk 1:1-8 The Season of Advent is a season of preparation. It is preparation not only for the celebration of...

Monica’s Praise Report 11-24-23

Monica’s Praise Report 11-24-23

Praise be Jesus Christ, now and forever! Praise be His Holy Name. All praise and all glory to Our Lord and Savior.  Blessed is He who was, who is, and who always will be. Thank You, God, for Your guidance.  Thank You, God, for all thy benefits.  Thank You for the...

Good and Faithful Servant

Good and Faithful Servant

A Reflection on the Readings for the 33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time, November 19, 2023 Reading 1 Prv 31:10-13, 19-20, 30-31 Responsorial Psalm Ps 128:1-2, 3, 4-5 Reading 2 1 Thes 5:1-6 Gospel Mt 25:14-30 The Book of Proverbs is a collection of ancient literature, the...

Local Angels

(Our Sponsors)

For more information on how to showcase your business and sponsor this site, please send us an email.

Only 6 2 spots available, first come first served! One sponsor per industry.