The Caritas program at Holy Family is in the midst of championing a revolutionary, trauma-informed approach with parish-wide application.
New staff and new ministries are beginning this week.
All parishioners are invited to a special stakeholder rollout on Thursday, May 31 at 10am in the Sacred Heart hall.
BOOSTING MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCES
DANIEL RODRIGUEZ, PARISHIONERS TEAM UP FOR PUERTO RICO
Daniel Rodriguez headlined an evening of song, dance, food and solidarity at Ss. Peter and Paul Theophany Center on April 20, netting eight thousand dollars for Caritas Puerto Rico in the Archdiocese of San Juan.
PARISH COUNCIL TO STUDY LATEST PAPAL DOCUMENT
The Holy Family Parish Pastoral Council is studying Pope Francis' apostolic exhortation, "Rejoice and Be Glad," with the thought of discerning ways to apply the teaching to parish life.
The council has also begun a process of transition planning that will help in future clergy changes.
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.
Our founding vision from 2014 still guides us.
California Catholic Bishops release Pastoral Letter on Mental Illness; Holy Family with its own plans in works
May is Mental Health Month, and on May 1 the Catholic bishops of California released a pastoral letter titled "Hope and Healing," placing a new focus on the church's response to mental illness. The link to the document is below.
On May 31, Holy Family Parish will announce its own new mental-health initiative at the parish level. Stay tuned.
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.