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.
Reservations are not required to attend Mass. Please social distance and wear a mask as you enter the church. You must wear a mask at all times once inside.
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.
Advent Goodie Bag
Random Acts of Christmas Kindness
Virtual Book of the Dead
Because of the COVID-19 virus, Holy Family will not display photos of deceased loved ones in the church building this year, nor have the Book of the Dead available to sign, as has been our normal tradition. We will instead have a virtual book, which can be found by clicking on the photo to the left!
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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!