The Shrine

Welcome to Shrine Of The Sacred Heart

Father’s Day Mass Cards

You will find Father’s Day Mass cards in the pews and in the vestibule.  Honor your fathers both living and deceased with a beautiful Father’s Day Mass card.  If you are in need of assistance, please see a Sacristan. Fathers’ Novenas will be prayed throughout the entire month of June. Father’s Day is Sunday, June 17th.

Memorial Day - May 28th - Parish Closed

In observance of Memorial Day, Monday, May 24th, there will be no 12 Noon Mass and the Parish Office will be closed.

May Casserole Month

The SJO is collecting casseroles for the month of May for Our Daily Bread.  Pans will be available on the weekends of May 12/13 and 19/20.  Casseroles are to be delivered to the freezers in the Undercroft this weekend May 26/27. Your generosity is greatly appreciated!!!

CFC Youth Carwash - Saturday, May 26th, 10 am - 3pm

Rescheduled to NEXT Saturday, May 26th - 10 am - 3pm - The Carwash is a CFC Youth fundraising event for their trip to the CFC Youth National Conference at the University of          North Carolina, and for the Shrine's Church Restoration Fund. Cars are $10, and vans are $12.00.

Archbishop William Lori Pastoral Reflection

Please review Archbishop William Lori's Pastoral Reflection on the teachings of Martin Luther King, Jr. and their relevance to today and a world of nonviolence.  Please click the below Link to download.   Pastoral Reflection on Martin Luther King, Jr. 

Ministry Schedule 5/5/18 - 8/31/18

Mass Schedule and Office Hours

Mass Schedule: Weekdays: M-F -12 Noon
Weekend Masses:
Saturday: 5 pm; Sunday: 7:30 am, 9 am, 11:30 am
Office Hours:  Monday - Friday 9 am - 3 pm
Parish Office Email:
Address: The Shrine of the Sacred Heart
1701 Regent Road
                Baltimore, Maryland 21209
        Phone:  410-466-6884


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The exterior of The Shrine

About Us...

We are a Roman Catholic parish located in historic Mount Washington, in Baltimore City. Our community was established here in 1867, in the wake of the Civil War.

In those days Mount Washington was a summer community of large Victorian homes reached by train from the distant city. Now we are within the city, but our community has retained its Victorian charm and country feel.

Our "new" parish church, opened in 1917 and consecrated by James Cardinal Gibbons, remains one of the most beautiful churches of its style. But the greatest beauty of our church is the community which gathers within its walls.

We are a multicultural parish, welcoming families from all over the world. We are blessed to have families who have been members here for several generations and who can tell the stories of this parish and neighborhood. We also are greatly blessed by the presence of many graduate students who come from around the world to study in Baltimore. We are young and old, affluent and student-poor. We are European, African, South American and Asian. And we are all united by our faith in Jesus and our communion in the Roman Catholic Church.

I hope you find our web site helpful to you. You will find our weekly bulletin, our schedule for masses, and links to various Catholic sites. Please join us in person when you are in Mount Washington!

Rev. William A. Au, Ph. D., Pastor