Holy Family Parish continues to add our voice, faith, solidarity and action to any and all initiatives that will help bring justice to immigrants in our community.
STILL FIGHTING FOR IMMIGRANT JUSTICE
TAKING IT TO THE NEXT LEVEL
Our five member Next Level team, led by Jennifer Herrera, middle, is preparing parish presentations for the weekend of Sept. 28-29 to update parishioners on the group's project planning.
SEASON OF CREATION RUNS THROUGH EARLY OCTOBER
Pause for prayer and action on behalf of God's creation during the "Season of Creation" which runs from Sept. 1-Oct. 4.
As a parish, we will use the first weekend of October for a special focus on this vital theme.
For ideas from US Catholic Conference of Bishops, go here.
UKULELE CAMP ENDS WITH JOYFUL NOISE
More than 30 boys and girls culminated their six-week parish ukulele camp experience with a concert August 16 in the Sacred Heart hall.
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 the pope's powerful words for the Nov. 17, 2019 day of focus on the poor.READ MORE
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.