Holy Family Parish Mission Statement
Holy Family Parish is a community empowered through the Holy Spirit to promote the Kingdom of God and to extend Christ's presence among us. The vision will be realized with our loving acceptance of all people, through heartfelt openness, parish and family unity, and Spirit led involvement.
8:30 AM (Monday - Saturday)
Saturday Vigil: 5:00 PM
Sunday Masses: 7:00 AM, 9:00 AM & 11:00 AM
Wednesday & Saturday mornings after the 8:30 AM Mass.
Saturdays from 4:00-4:45 PM.
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
DONUT SUNDAY May 15th after the 9AM & 11AM Masses.
Boy Scout Pack 88 will host this month’s gathering and will have activities for children.
We hope to see you there!
It’s Pierogie Time! We will be making pierogis for the Parish Festival
Saturday & Sunday, June 4th and 5th.
Mark your calendar and plan to help us out
Parish festival sponsorships
If you would like to advertise your business or honor
or remember a special family or friend please
click on this link for registration form.
Checks can be made payable to Holy Family Festival.
Please keep Fr. Alex in your prayers this week as he celebrates his 7th anniversary of ordination to the priesthood on May 16th. Congratulations Father Alex. Thank you for your continued dedication, your missionary spirit and for shepherding
the flock here at Holy Family.
Anointing Mass next sunday at 11AM
Our next communal anointing mass will be on May 15th at the 11AM Mass. There will be a general blessing during mass and those wanting an individual anointing may come forward after mass. Question: Is Anointing only for people who are dying?
Answer: Few people understand the meaning and value of the Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick, largely because so many people still mistakenly think of this sacrament as “Last Rites”. In his life and ministry, Jesus healed the sick. In this sacrament, the Church continues the healing mission of Jesus and, in hope, prays that God will grant healing to the person. Even if there is no physical healing, the sacrament offers spiritual healing through the Holy Spirit’s gifts of peace and courage. And so, anyone who is living with serious illness (including emotional or psychological) and the elderly are encouraged to celebrate this sacrament when it is needed. The ritual for Anointing of the Sick includes special prayers and blessings for those who are facing death, trusting that the Lord Jesus will be their companion along the way, as they make their final journey.
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BABY BOTTLE CAMPAIGN to benefit Cay Galgon Life House. The mission of the Cay Galgon Life House is to prepare pregnant women and mothers of infants for a life of self-reliance. The campaign will run from May 8 (Mother’s Day) to June 19 (Fathers Day)
How can you help?Pick up a baby bottle from the Narthex. Fill it with coins, cash or checks and return it on June 19. Together we can make a difference in the lives of mothers and babies in our communities
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