Upcoming Events

The Shrine offers a full calendar of events for our community to embrace your faith and meet other parishioners. We warmly invite you to join us! See below for the list of upcoming events for this year. You can also view these events on a monthly calendar. Use the filter to view events based on Worship and Ministry categories.

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First Friday Mass - December 3, 2021

Sacred Heart of Jesus

Please join us for First Friday Liturgy, a Mass service followed by a Novena to the Sacred Heart of Jesus. Attend in person in the main church and on Livestream.

Due to COVID-19 restrictions we will NOT be hosting our traditional fellowship meal at this time.


Women's Prayer Group

Women's Prayer Group

1st Sunday of the month at 3:00 pm & 3rd Wednesday of each month at 7:30 pm via Zoom

Next Meetings:  Sunday,, December 5 @ 3:00 pm


  Throughout the month of May the Women's prayer group is taking part in the Flores de Mayo celebrations.

Contact Lourdes White at lourdesfwhite@gmail.com  for the Zoom meeting details. 

This is the perfect time to join this group and try out a new prayer support - all women are welcome! Come join a group of women who want to grow into a deeper prayer life and enjoy the unique friendships that develop when praying together.  The new book starting in June is:  Let us Dream:  The Path to a Better Future by Pope Francis

Immaculate Conception

Immaculate Conception

Immaculate Conception is on Wednesday, December 8th.  We hope everyone will join us for Masses offered at 12 Noon and 7pm.

Simbang Gabi

Simbang Gabi Lanterns

Come One Come ALL

Deepen your faith...

Share your love, peace and joy!

Join us as we celebrate Advent and our very own Filipino tradition of Simbang Gabi on December 15-23, 2021, 7:00 PM at The Shrine of the Sacred Heart Church, 5800 Smith Avenue, Mt. Washington, Baltimore, Maryland 21209.

Simbang Gabi is a Filipino Christmas tradition and a wonderful occasion for all of us to come together and share our faith. It is a series of nine dawn or dusk masses on the days leading up to Christmas.

It is also the spiritual preparation for Christmas and commemorates the birth of Jesus Christ. The celebration is also seen as a way of requesting blessings from the Lord, as it is believed that if one completes the whole series of nine masses, their wishes will be granted.