Our Path postcard
Our Path Forward The 2020 Appeal
Thanksgiving Baskets
Thanksgiving Basket Project Shop for Others
Candles
Parish Annual Memorial Mass Submit your loved ones names
Fr stevens video
Fr. Bud Stevens Watch the Reflection
  • 0
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3

Welcome to the Shrine of the Sacred Heart!

The Shrine of the Sacred Heart has a rich history, over 150 years, in Mt. Washington and our parishioners cut across the diverse cultures of Baltimore and the greater central Maryland region. Our pastor, Fr. William Au, and visiting priests have a keen ability to distill our local, national and global challenges and adeptly connect them to the Biblical context in the times of Jesus.  The sermons provide parishioners with practical applications to use faith as a tool in our own contemporary challenges as well as the world we face.  And our community of parishioners offers a full calendar of opportunities to engage and serve in faith.

The Shrine is a welcoming and accepting parish that embraces people from all walks of life and prides itself on spreading Jesus’s message of love. We invite you to join us in person when you are in Mount Washington!

Latest Announcements

thanksgiving turkey
Thanksgiving Basket Project


The SJO is calling on our parishioners to participate in the Annual Thanksgiving Basket Project.
View Details
Our Path Symbol
Appeal Letter from Fr. Au


It is with heartfelt gratitude that I thank you for your commitment to Our Parish.  Whether you are making sacrificial donations,…
View Details
Candles Burning
November Novena Letter


I write to let you know that we will continue our custom of praying a special novena of masses during the month of November for our loved…
View Details

Upcoming Events

Philemon
Weekly Bible Study/Book Discussion


Book discussion group meeting outside in the Marian Garden, reading 3 John.
View Details
Confirmation
Confirmation


Confirmation will be at 6pm. 
View Details
Candles
Memorial Mass


We will continue our custom of praying a special novena of masses during the month of November for our loved ones who have died, and reme


View Details