WORSHIP SCHEDULES

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Holy Family Worship Times

Our communal celebration of the liturgy at Holy Family Parish exemplifies
both our diversity as a community and our unity as one Body of Christ gathered
around the same table. We celebrate Mass in four different languages at three different churches across the city of New Brunswick, all with the same spirit that characterizes Holy Family as a vibrant faith community. No matter the language
or location, all are welcome to join our celebration.
Worship Times

Masses are held in Sacred Heart Church (56 Throop Ave.), St. Ladislaus Church
(213 Somerset St.), and St. Joseph Church (corner of Maple and Somerset St.)

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Sunday Mass Schedule

ENGLISH
4:30 PM
Saturday Evening
Vigil Mass
Sacred Heart
8:00 AM
St. Ladislaus
SPANISH
10:00 AM (w/English)
Sacred Heart
12:00 PM
St. Joseph
7:00 PM
St. Joseph
POLISH
9:00 AM
St. Joseph
HUNGARIAN
10:30 AM
St. Ladislaus

Weekday Mass Schedule

Daily Mass is celebrated each morning in English at both Sacred Heart Church (Holy Family Chapel, downstairs) and St. Ladislaus Church. In addition, St. Joseph has a weekly Tuesday evening Mass in Spanish, while Sacred Heart holds both a weekly Wednesday evening Mass in Spanish and monthly First Friday Masses. St. Ladislaus has a First Saturday Mass in Hungarian. The full schedule for daily Mass is as follows:

7:00 am
MONDAY-FRIDAY
St. Ladislaus
(English)
8:00 am
MONDAY-SATURDAY
Sacred Heart
(English,chapel)

7pm 1x/week
TUESDAY EVENINGS

St. Joseph (Spanish)

WEDNESDAY EVENINGS

Sacred Heart (Spanish)

THURSDAY EVENINGS

St.Ladislaus (Hungarian)

FIRST FRIDAY
OF EACH MONTH

8am & 7pm Sacred Heart
(English)
FIRST SATURDAY
OF EACH MONTH

9:15 am
St. Ladislaus
(Hungarian)

This above schedule applies to all non-Holy Day Masses on weekdays with the exception of Thanksgiving Day, on which Mass is held at 9 a.m. in English at Sacred Heart.

Holy Day Schedule

In addition to Sundays, the Catholic Church has designated six dates on the liturgical calendar as Holy Days of Obligation: The Solemnity of Mary, Mother of God (January 1), the Ascension of the Lord (40 days after Easter Sunday), the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary (August 15), All Saints Day (November 1), the Feast of the Immaculate Conception (December 8), and the Nativity of the Lord (December 25). Depending on the day of the week on which each date falls, however, the bishops’ conference may determine that attending Sunday Mass fulfills the obligation for the Holy Day. Please keep an eye on the parish bulletin as each date approaches for more information. The full liturgical calendar can also be found on the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops’ website

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Additional Mass times will be provided at each of our locations so that members of our parish can attend Mass on Holy Days. In general, the Holy Day Mass schedule is:

7:00 AM
St. Ladislaus
(English)
8:00 AM
Sacred Heart
(English)
7:00 PM
St. Joseph
(Polish)
7:00 PM
St. Ladislaus
(Hungarian/
English)
7:00 PM
Sacred Heart
(Spanish)

*Please note: These times are subject to change, and fewer or additional Masses may be scheduled due to various circumstances. A full schedule for each Holy Day, and for other special liturgies during the year, will be posted in advance in the parish bulletin and on our website.

Two of the days where we see the most Church attendance are not Holy Days: Ash Wednesday and the Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe. We vary our schedules yearly to accommodate the anticipated need.  We also hold a number of special liturgies with a social justice or healing theme.  Please check our website, bulletin or social media for the latest of these types of worship.

HERE IS THE ASH WEDNESDAY SCHEDULE FOR MARCH 1, 2017:

MORNING: 12:00 midnight, English (St. Ladislaus); 6:00am, English Word Service (St. Ladislaus); 7:00am, English (St. Ladislaus); 8:00am English (Sacred Heart), 9:00am, Spanish Word service (St. Ladislaus).

EVENING: 7:00pm, Hungarian (St. Ladislaus); 7:00pm, Polish (St. Joseph); 7:00pm, Spanish (Sacred Heart); 8:30pm Spanish Word Service (St. Joseph).

DEVOTIONS

In addition to our Mass times, there are two regularly scheduled devotions following weekday Mass:

MIRACULOUS MEDAL NOVENA
Monday mornings after the 8:00 AM Mass at Sacred Heart

ST. ANTHONY OF PADUA NOVENA
Tuesday mornings after the 7:00 AM Mass at St. Ladislaus

Adoration

On First Fridays, Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament will be offered in Sacred Heart Church following the 8:00 AM Mass. Adoration will be open for a short period while devotees are present. At St. Ladislaus Church, Adoration is held every Monday evening from 6:00 PM -7:00 PM. At St. Joseph Church, there is a Holy Hour with Adoration on Mondays beginning at 7:00 PM.