Holy Family Catholic Church

Weekend Masses

Saturday: 4:30pm

Sunday: 8:00am, 11:00am

Daily Mass

Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday: Noon


If you have been fully vaccinated, you no longer need to wear a mask in Mass. If you have not been fully vaccinated please wear a mask at all times once inside the church.

*Devices are available for those who are hard of hearing, just ask staff for assistance when you arrive at church!  


Funeral information can be found here. Click here to watch funeral live streams. 

Bulletins

A Note from Bishop Johnston

This week, Bishop James V. Johnston Jr. sent a letter to the Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph regarding the general dispensation from the holy obligation to participate in Sunday Mass and Holy Days of Obligation.

“As circumstances have significantly improved due to the availability of vaccines and other factors, I withdraw the general dispensation from the holy obligation to participate in Sunday Mass and Holy Days of Obligation effective June 1, 2021, in advance of the Feast of Corpus Christi June 5-6, 2021. Those with serious health concerns, pre-existing conditions, or who are caregivers to the vulnerable continue to have the grant of a particular dispensation.”

All Catholics in the Diocese who are no longer dispensed are encouraged to return to Mass, and “Come Home to Communion”. 

More information can be found at www.kcsjcatholic.org/comehome 

Parish Life

Holy Family App

On your phone, please download the Holy Family app! Through this app you will be able to sign up for events, seek information about sacraments or ministries and get up-to-date information on any of our ministries. Once downloaded, go to "More", then down to "Message Settings", then scroll down & toggle any of the ministries which you want to receive notifications. You're now subscribed to Holy Family push notifications for your phone!

Or Text
Parishapp2 to 800-950-9952  
Or Text 
Parishapp1 to 800-950-9952

A Year of St. Joseph

In December, Pope Francis released a new Apostolic Letter “Patris Corde” (“With a Father’s Heart”) recalling the 150th anniversary of the declaration of St. Joseph as Patron of the Universal Church. The Holy Father also proclaimed a “Year of St. Joseph” from December 8, 2020, to December 2021.

Holy Family is excited to spend the coming months celebrating St. Joseph as part of the patronage of our parish, growing in our understanding of this great saint, and living our faith under the example of St. Joseph’s virtues.

Check out the Year of St. Joseph page weekly for  St. Joseph prayers, quotes from saints on St. Joseph, monthly themes based on the virtues of St. Joseph, and exploring St. Joseph through sacred art.

There will also be various events throughout the year including a study of Pope Francis’ Apostolic Letter, St. Joseph Feast Day activities, parish Clean-Up Day on the feast of St. Joseph the Worker, and much more. Stay tuned!  St. Joseph, Pray for Us!

 



Fridays with Fr. Phil

Join Fr. Phil each Friday at 1 p.m. for a brief moment of prayer and reflection! Fridays with Fr. Phil is live on Facebook, but can also be found below. Click on the photo below to watch on the website.