Last September I celebrated 60 years as a Jesuit. This coming May I will celebrate 47 years as a priest. In late June I turn 79. I am spending time these days reflecting on Shakespeare’s most frequently quoted passage.
After many months of prayer, discernment, and conversations – especially with my local superior and Provincial, he and I have agreed that now is the appropriate time, after six years of ministering at both Sacred Heart Center and Parish, to move on to the sixth age.
Will You Be Our Valentine? Our Fiscal Year 2017-2018 Impact Statement is here!Please click on the image below to see the details! A New Year at SHC! Our Spring Programs kicked off in January! We welcomed over 180 students to our ESL program, and we saw such a large need for the Basic English […]Read more →
“As I approach three years here at Sacred Heart Center, I continue to be humbled as well as inspired daily by our community. We have such great momentum, thanks to all our program participants, friends, supporters, volunteers, staff, and partners. On a daily basis the SHC is working to deeply impact the lives of the […]Read more →
If you participate in the Kroger Rewards program, you can select Sacred Heart Center as your Community Rewards recipient. Simply sign in to your account and chose Sacred Heart Center either by name or by code AW845 under Community Rewards.Read more →
Sacred Heart Center Position: Bus driver Salary: Commensurate with experience, part-time position, approximately 20 hours per week on a set schedule, some days and evenings. Occasional opportunity for weekend hours for special field trips. About Sacred Heart Center SHC connects Latino families with tools to thrive and flourish. Our work manifests through: A continuum of educational opportunities for […]Read more →
Thank you to Impact 100 Richmond, who gave Sacred Heart Center a $100,000 grant May 16, 2017 to start a program that will provide immigration legal assistance to families experiencing detention and/or deportation to keep families together. Thank you, from the heart, for this generous act of solidarity with immigrant families.Read more →
Tanya Gonzalez, Sacred Heart Center Executive Director, received a student award for Public Service from VCU’s L. Douglas Wilder School of Government and Public Affairs in Spring 2017. Read Wilder School Honors Outstanding Students on VCU’s website.Read more →
by Vanessa Remmers, Richmond Times Dispatch Maricela Lopez gripped the deck of the small boat with white knuckles, the waves of the James River…read more.Read more →
Sacred Heart Center offers help to mothers and childrenRead more →
by Tina Eshleman “A banner in front of Sacred Heart Catholic Church in South Richmond holds special significance for Yanet Amado, a 21-year-old, Mexican-born Virginia Commonwealth University student who”…read more.Read more →