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2017
Hiem.
[Sacred Heart Traditional Catholic Church]
viol.
[‘P’]*


1018  36th Street (between Woods & Westmoreland Avenues)
Orlando, Florida 32805 
map@ )  ·  ( NWS weather forecast )
Latitude +28.506346° (N.), longitude -81.393536° (W.)

Nearly 2 13 miles south of Orlando City Hall and its downtown (as the birds would fly),
and only a few blocks from the intersection of Interstate-4 and U.S. Highway 17-92
(3 blocks south, and not quite 2 blocks east, of I-4 exit 80 at U.S. 17-92 a.k.a. South Orange Blossom Trail)


Sacred Heart is the only traditional Catholic Church in Orange or Osceola County.

For traditional Roman Catholics
seeking the traditional preVatican-II Latin Mass (a.k.a. Tridentine Mass)
and traditional preVatican-II sacraments,
Sacred Heart is geographically closest to many of Central Florida's best-known attractions for visitors, including:

Visitors are welcome to Sacred Heart for any of the services on our schedule.

Sacred Heart Traditional Catholic Church--exterior

Most Reverend Louis A. Montelongo, Pastor
Reverend Jonathan E. Derrington, Assistant Pastor

Office: 407- 841-5878   ·   Pastor's cell-phone: 407- 484-1940

Reverend George A. Adams, 29 August 1924--2 December 2017.
Requiem æternam dōnā ,  Domine; et lūx perpetua lūceat .
(Eternal rest give to him, O Lord; and let perpetual light shine upon him.)
Reverend Matthias Heppel, missus rus montuōsum in Arkansade  [] [*];
ibi misericors Deus benedīcat cœpta eius.

(sent to the mountainous countryside in Arkansas; there, may merciful God bless his undertakings.)
[Note : Charles Sloane 1907: “Arkansas”.  Catholic Encyclopedia, vol. 1.  Robert Appleton Co.: New York.  <http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/01724a.htm> (retrieved for CD Edn. 2.1: 26 Apr. 2010).

Note *: Weather conditions & forecast nearest the Oratory of St. Giles [],  as established by Fr. Heppel
(per NWS Forecast Office, Little Rock, Arkansas):
<http://forecast.weather.gov/MapClick.php?state=AR&lat=36.269749&lon=-91.521773>.

Note : John F.X. Murphy 1909: “St. Giles (Latin Ægidius)”.  Catholic Encyclopedia, vol. 6.  Robert Appleton Co.: New York.  <http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/06559a.htm> (retrieved for CD Edn. 2.1: 26 Apr. 2010). ]