Rev FREDHELITO E GUCOR,  Parish Administrator

Pastor of St. Joseph Catholic Church in Redding

 

 

 

REV PHILIP WELLS has been Mass celebrant at Sacred Heart Red Bluff since January 20th, at the request of Bishop Jaime Soto. He was formerly pastor of Sacred Heart Red Bluff himself, and most recently was the pastor at Sacred Heart Church in Anderson, from 2010 until his retirement until 2017.

 

 

Rev JOHN JOSEPH HEALY reassumes his pastoral duties at Sacred Heart Red Bluff effective February 1st. (Fr. Healy's history with the parish dates back to September, 1972, when he initially served as assistant pastor.)  Diocesan archives of Fr. Healy's service to the diocese are available to view HERE.

 

 

DEACON IGNACIO MONTES  is pictured here alongside his wife Jacqueline Montes at a June 25th 2017 Parish Hall tribute to commemorate his ordination the previous day. Deacon Ignacio was one of six men ordained by Bishop Jaime Soto to the Order of Permanent Deacons on June 24th in the Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament.

 

REV. CHARLES P. KELLY is currently on Administrative Leave.

 

DEACON JACK BULLEN (Retired)

 

SACRED HEART CATHOLIC CHURCH  
Physical Address:  
 

515 Main Street, Red Bluff, CA 96080

Mailing Address:  
  2355 Monroe Avenue, Red Bluff, CA 96080
Email:  
  barbara.mudd@sacredheartredbluff.org, sacredheartredbluff@outlook.com
Website:  
  www.SacredHeartRedBluff.org
Telephone:  
  530.527-1351 
 Fax:  fax number  530-529-2586
   
SACRED HEART PARISH LEADERSHIP  
Clergy:  
 

Rev. Fredhelito Gucor (Parish Administrator)

  Ignacio Montes (Parish Deacon)
   
Office Staff:  
  Barbara Mudd (Office Manager/Bookeeper)
  Emeli Hernandez (Parish Bulletin Editor)
  Breanna Farmer (Lay Ministry)
  Ann Wilson (Religious Education Coordinator)
   
   
Parish Pastoral Council:  
  Cathy MacLean 
  Dcn. Ignacio Montes 
  Margie Duey 
  Miguel Espinosa 
  Anita Guzman 
  Maria Guerrero 
  Jacqueline Montes 
  Connie Pettinger 
  Ann Wilson (Ex-Officio Member - Religious Ed.)
   
Parish Finance Council:

Rev. Fredhelito Gucor, President

  5-member "consultative body":
  1. Jim Curtis  *
  2. Lorna Gunsauls
  3. Barbara Thomas
  4. Sharon Wickenheiser
  5. Jesse Patrick
  Members are appointed for 3 to 5 year (maximum) staggered  terms. Chairperson (*) appointed annually.
   
   
Stewardship Committee:  
  Virginia Boding 
  Stephanie Strickland 
  Candy Harman 
  Lupe Green 

 

Our Mission

The Catholic Schools of the North state of the Diocese of Sacramento is committed to the mission of the Church by supporting Catholic faith formation and academic excellence for all to ensure life long learning and the development of responsible and compassionate citizens.

About Us

The first Catholic elementary school was founded 120 years ago in Red Bluff, California by the Sisters of Mercy of Omaha. Mercy Academy, as it was called, grew as the needs of the community grew. Mercy High School was opened in 1959 at its present site. The elementary school remained downtown near the church until 1965. At that time the school became a parish school instead of a privately owned school, as it had been under the Sisters of Mercy, The elementary school opened in the fall of 1965 at its present site on Monroe Street.

Dual Immersion Program

Sacred Heart is pleased to offer Dual Language Immersion for the 2018-19 for Transitional Kindergarten, Kindergarten, First Grade, Second Grade, Third Grade and Fourth Grade (Ages 4, 5, 6 and 7) in English and Spanish. With an elective option in the middle school seventh Grade and Eight Grade.

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Mercy High School

233 Riverside Way, Red Bluff   (530) 527-8314

 

The Sisters of Mercy established the standard of educating the whole person through a nurturing Christian environment and high academic standards in 1882. Today, Mercy High School is a four year college preparatory co-educational school which continues that tradition.

The school offers a rigorous college preparatory program in a supportive, close community setting. Advanced Placement and Honors programs are available for qualified and interested students. The Mercy athletic and fine arts departments and supportive student counseling progam encourage all students to compete in sports activities and school productions. This diverse educational setting encourages all students to reach their highest potential and is the trademark of a Mercy education.

Mercy High School is accredited through the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) and the Western Catholic Educational Association (WCEA) through June 30th, 2014. 

 

 

 

 

 


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