Recent Missions and Enthronements
Incoming Seminarian Gifts
On Friday, August 19, 2022, the Sacred Heart Apostolate presented gifts to the Incoming Seminarians at Notre Dame Seminary. We…
Minnesota Enthronement Photos
The Enthronement Mission in Milaca, Minnesota was at St. Mary’s Parish, but was actually a mission for four separate churches…
Seminarian Enthronement Training and More from Louisiana!
The Sacred Heart Apostolate would like to thank Fr. James Wehner, Fr. Jeff Montz, Fr. Joshua Neu and especially Deacon…
About the Enthronement of the Sacred Heart of Jesus
Sacred Heart Apostolate Relocates
Diocese of Knoxville
Living in the Company of Our Lord Jesus
The family is the most shattered of all entities and the Enthronement of the Sacred Heart is the cure for crises in families. It is the remedy for these times we live in. Fr. Mateo Crawley-Boevey, the founder of this apostolate, was commanded by Pope (St.) Pius X to bring Christ alive in families throughout the world. Fr. Mateo's vision fits the needs of today's families.The Apostolate is moving in a new direction; we have a vision and this is the time! Our mission statement is still valid a global project.
Our Mission Statement
The Sacred Heart Apostolate, Inc. is a global movement for creating a civilization of love through the Enthronement to renew societies by centering families on the Love of God incarnated in the Heart of Christ and founded by Fr. Mateo Crawley-Boevey SSCC in Paray-le-Monial, France in 1907. It has been endorsed by the Catholic Church as a global movement which continues to renew families in every continent.
“Welcome the presence of the Heart of Christ, entrusting your home to Him Seek to draw from this open heart the saving and healing love that is so necessary for families today in order to build a civilization of love.”
“May the Holy Spirit make you brave in your initiatives so that you will be able to offer your contribution to the building up of the Civilization of Love.”
“The heart of Jesus is the ultimate symbol of God’s mercy, but it is not an imaginary symbol; It is a real symbol which represents the center, the source from which salvation for all humanity gushed forth.”