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Sarah Wolf/Catholic SentinelTeenagers from Sacred Heart Parish in Tillamook gathered on the yard between the church and parish hall for a game of soccer during the parish’s celebration of the Sacred Heart of Jesus feast day.
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Teenagers from Sacred Heart Parish in Tillamook gathered on the yard between the church and parish hall for a game of soccer during the parish’s celebration of the Sacred Heart of Jesus feast day.
TILLAMOOK — The sun is setting behind the church at Sacred Heart Parish here. The parishioners fill the parish hall where they are enjoying tamales and cake. Teenagers have gathered for soccer in the yard separating the church from the festivities and children are playing games. The parish has come together to celebrate the feast of the Sacred Heart of Jesus.

For the parish’s first attempt at such an event, everyone says it has been a success. This is Father Amalanathan Irudayaraj’s perspective.

Thursday, June 29, 2017
Parish and School News
Tillamook parish bringing communities together
TILLAMOOK — The sun is setting behind the church at Sacred Heart Parish here. The parishioners fill the parish hall where they are enjoying tamales and cake. Teenagers have gathered for soccer in the yard separating the church from the festivities and children are playing games. The parish has come together to celebrate the feast of the Sacred Heart of Jesus.

For the parish’s first attempt at such an event, everyone says it has been a success. This is Father Amalanathan Irudayaraj’s perspective.


Thursday, June 29, 2017
St. Therese celebrates Pentecost with international cuisines
Apostles of Jesus Father Dominic Ngayaku joined St. Therese parishioners on the feast of Pentecost at the parish’s sixth annual International Food Tasting.  More than 200 people attended and shared food prepared and cooked by 16 parishioners representing 13 different cultures. Ethnic music set the mood.

Wednesday, June 28, 2017
Retiring Veneta pastor tied to Blessed Fr. Solanus Casey
VENETA — Nearly 40 years after his priestly ordination, Father Michael Morrissey will be retiring from archdiocesan work at the end of June. He served as pastor at St. Catherine of Siena Parish here for the past decade.

Father Morrissey, once a Capuchin himself, has a close connection to the newly Blessed Capuchin Father Solanus Casey. Father Morrissey attended two high school seminaries operated by American Capuchins in Detroit and New York. He still recalls hearing stories about Father Casey from his high school German teacher, who used to live with the famous Detroit priest.


Friday, June 23, 2017

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