Holy Family Parish continues its vigorous parish schedule throughout the summer months. In 2019, we will be making a special effort to launch our youth empowerment project, ukulele camp and our parish community gardens.
TRAUMA-INFORMED TURNS ONE YEAR
Holy Family Caritas' trauma-informed ministry commemorated its first anniversary May 31.
In its first year, our new approach led to fruitful groups and events, new donors and grants, and a significantly more aware community of the traumas that afflict us.
NEW PRIESTS ARRIVING IN JULY
Holy Family Parish is happy to welcome Fr. Roy Quesea for a one-month summer assignment beginning June 30. Fr. Quesea is in the midst of advanced studies in Rome.
On July 8, we welcome a new parochial vicar, Fr. Walter Wiktorek. Fr. Wiktorek comes to us from a long and varied ministerial career.
DAILY MASS MOVES DOWNSTAIRS
Beginning Monday, June 10, all daily Masses at Sacred Heart make their seasonal move downstairs to the hall chapel.
This includes the 8am Monday-Saturday, and the 7pm Wednesday Spanish Mass.
HOLY FAMILY PARISH
Holy Family Parish shares in the vision that Pope Francis has set forth for the entire
Catholic Church - to be a welcoming home for all, a community in humble service
to one another and to those around us, especially those on the periphery.
Our founding vision from 2014 still guides us.
Read "Christus vivit" -- Pope Francis' March 2019 post-synodal exhortation to young people and to the entire People of God.READ MORE
Information for DACA recipients
Are you a childhood arrival to the United States? Are you currently a recipient of so-called DACA protection? Go to this Catholic Legal Immigration Network page for frequently updated information.