• 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.
  • CARE FOR GOD'S CREATION

    On the first day of autumn, Thurs., Sept. 22, at 7pm in the Sacred Heart worship side, Holy Family and the Catholic Charities Solidarity Team will hold a prayer service for the care of God's creation. All are welcome. And many thanks to our parish gardeners for caring stewardship of our four gardens this summer!
  • FAMILY FAITH FORMATION

    Family Faith Formation sessions will be convened the autumn weeks of Sept. 18, Oct. 23 and Nov. 13. Also, let's prayerfully encourage all those in the next batch of First Communion on Oct. 1, and Confirmation Nov. 4.
  • THEOPHANY CENTER

    Our Theophany Center teen retreat ministry continues to grow. Our leaders spent an active summer leading several parish groups along with working with our own youth. Spread the word.
  • DAILY MASS

    Start your day by celebrating the joy of the Gospel at the parish. Daily Mass Monday through Friday at 7am at St. Ladislaus, Monday through Saturday at 8am at Sacred Heart.
  • PRAYER FOR PEACEFUL COMMUNITIES

    Holy Family Parish at Sacred Heart will host a special ecumenical prayer service for Peace in our Communities, Friday, Sept. 9 at 9am. All are welcome.

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UPCOMING EVENTS

  • Highlights through November
    August 21, 24-25 -- next round of Family Faith Formation
    August 23 -- Parish Finance Council
    Sept 9 -- Prayer for Peaceful Communities, 9am at Sacred Heart
    Sept 11 -- Polish Community Picnic at St. Joseph
    Sept 19 -- Parish Pastoral Council
    Sept 22 -- First Day of Autumn Prayer for Creation, 7pm at Sacred Heart
    Oct 1 -- next round of First Communions
    Oct 23 -- 60th Anniversary of Hungarian Revolution
    Nov 4 -- Confirmation with Bishop Emeritus Bootkoski
    Nov 19 -- Diocesan Pilgrimage to DC, Mass with Bishop Checchio
    Nov 20 -- Cathedral Vespers to Close Year of Mercy

RECENT NEWS

  • The Holy Year of Mercy continues
    More plans for the Holy Year of Mercy (Dec 8, 2015-Nov 20, 2016) are taking shape. Pope Francis desires that the church must be an "oasis of mercy," not a severe fortress. Click below for a fact sheet from the Diocese of Metuchen.
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