It is with much delight that we will once again be celebrating Mass together.  This will begin Saturday, May 23 at 4:00 p.m. and Sunday, May 24 at 11:00 a.m. I ask that you read and follow the guidelines received from the Diocese.

  • The faithful continue to be dispensed from the obligation to participate in Holy Mass.
  • Those who are illness-free may return to Mass on Sundays or weekdays, without obligation, in numbers that can be suitably arranged in the church while allowing for 6-feet of physical distance between individuals or family groups who live in the same household.
  • The faithful who participate in Mass may receive Holy Communion if they are free to do so and guidelines are followed as described below.
  • Personal protective masks are to be worn by ushers, those serving at the Altar, Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion, and are highly recommended for all attending Mass. They are to be worn by all those distributing Holy Communion, including clergy.
  • Exchanging the Sign of Peace by means of physical contact remains suspended. The sign of peace may be verbal or with a bow, or wave to those nearby.
  • Prior to distribution of Holy Communion, Clergy and other Ministers are to make use of hand sanitizer. This may be done in a more conspicuous way to put minds at ease.
  • The Body of Christ may offered to the faithful. Reception of the Precious Blood from a common chalice is suspended for the time being.
  • The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that children under the age of 2 do not wear masks or face coverings.
  • Parishioners should be reminded that Phase 1 is not just for inside the church and during Mass. Parishioners are encourage to keep appropriate physical distance between them as they leave the church and return to their cars. There should be no groups gathering before or after Mass.

I look forward to seeing you all very soon. I am remembering you all in my daily prayers.

Yours truly,
Fr. Dominic Pham, Pastor

                               Short Prayer for Protection During Hurricane Season
Our Father in Heaven, through the intercession of Our Lady of Prompt Succor, spare us during this hurricane season from all harm. Protect us and our homes from all disasters of nature. Our Lady of Prompt Succor, hasten to help us. We ask this through Christ our Lord. Amen

Due to technical difficulties we will not live stream Masses this weekend.

Additionally there will be no overflow space.

There will be no daily mass this week, however we will have a

Communion Service. Please note on Tuesday, June 30 at 12 noon there will be

a Funeral Mass for Mt. Al Pickard, Sr. 

We are located at 10446 LeMoyne Blvd in D’Iberville, Mississippi.

Although our church property received devastating damage from Hurricane Katrina’s storm surge, we are proud to be celebrating Mass in our newly-refurbished church building. 
Sacred Heart D’Iberville is one of several parishes in the Biloxi Diocese.  
In addition to residents of the city of D’Iberville, Sacred Heart also serves families in Harrison and Jackson counties. Its families are largely Cajun/French, with a substantial, growing minority of Vietnamese. Because the parish is located north of Biloxi, much of the expansion has brought young families to the area, in addition to the elderly who have lived in the parish their whole lives.

Sacred Heart Catholic Church D'Iberville, MS