Committees

Your membership and involvement in these committees will greatly enhance our Christian presence. Other opportunities to serve will be presented in the parish bulletin.

 

Compassion Ministry

Holy Family has an established ministry to those who are homebound or in nursing homes. When requested, visitors bring communion to those unable to join the community on Sundays on a short or long–term basis.

 

Elizabeth Ministry

Volunteers minister to families of the parish celebrating births and adoptions, or grieving infertility, miscarriage, and infant death. Members provide woman–to–woman support for parishioners during the childbearing years through personal visits, prayers, babysitting, carpooling, and preparing meals. Elizabeth Ministry coordinates monthly pregnancy blessings after weekend Masses, usually on the third Sunday of the month.

 

Mexican Mission Committee

The Mexican Mission Committee fosters support for our sister parish in Tlacoachistlahuaca, Mexico. Through an ongoing aluminum can drive, a spare change collection, an annual Mexican dinner, and periodic fundraisers, money is collected to address the needs of the mission parish. Several representatives of our parish have traveled to Immaculate Conception Parish in Tlacoachistlahuaca as “ambassadors of good will.”

 

Rides to Mass

Volunteers offer to drive people in nursing homes and long–term care facilities to Mass each weekend at Holy Family. This service, when possible, is extended to all those who are homebound.

 

Saint Vincent de Paul Society

The work of the Saint Vincent de Paul Society extends our outreach beyond the parish community. Through financial contributions and donated food items, the needs of many people have been met. Food is collected the first weekend of each month.

 

Mass Intentions

The tradition of offering Masses for others, particularly for the dead, originates in the very early Church. Pope Leo XIII in his encyclical “Mirae caritatis” (1902) stressed that we must never forget the infinite graces that flow from the Sacrifice of the Mass which benefit one’s soul, and he beautifully emphasized the connection between the communion of saints with the Mass: “The grace of mutual love among the living, strengthened and increased by the sacrament of the Eucharist, flows, especially by virtue of the Sacrifice [of the Mass], to all who belong to the communion of saints.” Mass intentions can be scheduled by calling or visiting the parish office. An intention can be for the living or the deceased. Suggested stipends are $10.00 per Mass. Individuals can request only two Mass Intentions to be satisfied during any calendar month at Holy Family.

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Mass Intention Request

Weekend Masses

​Saturday: 5:00 pm (vigil)
Sunday: 8:00 am, 10:30 am  

Weekday Masses

Tues. through Fri.: 7:00 am
Mon. & Wed.: 5:30 pm
1st Friday: 5:30 pm
1st Saturday: 8:00 pm

Reconciliation

Saturday: 3:00 PM to 4:30 PM or by appointment  

*Holy Day of Obligation:
Consult weekly bulletin for Mass times