We welcome 45 boys and girls to the table of the Lord in our first batch of parish First Communions for 2019, on May 18 at 10am at the Sacred Heart site.
With the calendar hitting June, New Brunswick-area residents know that it's time for the Hungarian Festival and the Lebanese Festival.
In 2019, the Hungarian Festival will be celebrated June 1 along Somerset St, while the Lebanese Festival is set for St. Sharbel Church June 7-9.
A SPIRIT-FILLED EASTER
As we move through the Great 50 Days of Easter joy, we will continue to celebrate as Baptisms, weddings, quinceanera liturgies and first Communions return to the parish calendar.
Also during the season, we re-open our parish community gardens and will have several other major events. Be part of the joy!
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.
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
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