Holy Family Catholic Church


As priest, pastor and shepherd of Holy Family Parish, and on behalf of this faith community, may I extend a warm welcome to those who are spiritually searching for a place in God's vineyard! Perhaps the scripture passage, Jeremiah 29:11-14,  will offer you an encouraging word. Look it up.  Stop by for mass some weekend, we will leave the sanctuary lamp on for you!  

  - Fr. Philip M. Egan

 

 

Weekend Mass: Saturday at 5 p.m. and Sunday at 10 a.m., both in the main church. 

Daily Mass: Every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday at noon in the Parish Hall. 
 
We ask that you enter the building from the downstairs doors only. Please bring your own mask and practice social distancing!
 
Reservations are not required to attend weekend or weekday Mass. Please social distance and wear a mask as you enter the church. You must wear a mask at all times once inside.
 
Weekend Mass continues to be streamed online. Click here to watch Mass online. 

Click here for funeral information


Reconciliation: By appointment only
Adoration: Adoration will be held in Room 212 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Thursdays. 


Submit your prayer intentions below! They will be printed out and placed at the foot of the altar.

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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!

Wild Goose

Discover the Holy Spirit who has been revealed to us by Jesus Christ and who leads us to our heavenly Father.

Join Fr. Dave Pivonka, TOR in this incredible 14 part video series which is awakening God’s love and transforming power in the hearts of all who participate!

This adventure consists of Fr. Dave speaking on an attribute of the Holy Spirit, a practical application on how to respond to the Holy Spirit, and testimonies of people from across the country whose lives have been impacted by the Spirit of God! 

Click on the photo for more info and to sign up! 

St. Catherine Women's Bible Study

Holy Family women are invited to participate in a study by biblical scholar Dr. John Bergsma and Fr. Dave Pivonka, TOR! In this study, they discuss the history and mysteries of the scrolls, what they reveal about Jesus Christ, the sacraments, and the early Church, and why they matter to believers and non-believers today.

Click on the photo for more info and to sign up! 

Coping with Chaos

With the pandemic, national election, racial division, and societal unrest all around us, it can be hard to stay mentally and spiritually well. Join presenter Mary Linda Hughes, MA, LPC, NCC to learn some practical tools to manage your well-being during a one-hour Zoom webinar! Mary Linda is a parishioner of Holy Family and a professional counselor of 35 years.

There are two sessions offered, one on January 27 at 7 p.m., and one on January 30 at 10:30 a.m.

Sign up is limited to 15 people per session, so don't delay! Click on the photo for more info and to sign up. 

Men of Faith Bible Study

The Holy Family Men of Faith will begin a six-week study of Isaiah on January 19, followed by No Greater Love: A Biblical Walk Through Christ's Passion by Edward Sri! To sign up or to get more information, click on the photo! 

Giving Tree Update

Every Sunday during the online Mass, Father Phil mentions the generosity of Holy Family’s parishioners and how the sharing of your financial gifts allows for Holy Family to reach beyond its walls and serve those in our community.
 
This year’s Giving Tree program was a testament to that generosity and to our ability to reach outside our walls to help many in our community! Thank you is not enough to express Holy Family's gratitude for your generosity during a time when everyone is struggling!
 

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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!

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