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Finding PEACE

Searching for peace today can be a tough thing to do.  We look for quiet, serene places to visit or we may even travel far distances to find a place that will give us that feeling of calm… Read More

Holy Family Catholic Church – Palm Sunday and Easter Sunday Schedule

Palm Sunday Mass Saturday, April 13, Vigil Mass at 5:00 PM Sunday, April 14, 8:30 AM and 10:00 AM Mass of the Last Supper   Thursday, April 18, 6:30 PM Eucharistic Adoration beginning at 8:00 PM    Good… Read More

40 Days of Lent with Our Lady of Guadalupe

Our Lady of Guadalupe brings joy, hope and consolation to everyone who draws closer to her. During Lent let’s ask God to help us be more like His mother. We challenge you to take the following steps each… Read More

Schedule for Ash Wednesday

March 6, 2019, is Ash Wednesday and marks the first day of Lent. Here at Holy Family Catholic Church, we will offer Mass and distribute ashes as follows: 7:30 am – Mass followed by ash distribution 12 noon… Read More

The 12 Days of Christmas

The 12 Days of Christmas start on Christmas Day and last until the evening of the 5th January – also known as Twelfth Night. The 12 Days have been celebrated in Europe since before the middle ages and… Read More

Christmas and New Year Mass Schedule

Our Christmas Mass and New Year Mass Schedule December 24 5:00 pm Vigil Mass Christmas Day 7:30 am (Spanish) 10:00 am (English) New Years Day Day of Obligation 10:00 am

Feast of the Immaculate Conception

Saturday, December 8 is the Feast of the Immaculate Conception. Mass at Holy Family begins at 10:00 am

The Meaning of Advent Candles

In our Christian tradition, the wreath holds the four Advent candles. The candles represent Jesus coming as the light in darkness. One candle is lit each Sunday until all four candles are lit, and sometimes a fifth candle… Read More

Helping Those in Need

We have families within our parish and community who need our help Holy Family is commited to helping those who are in need, as Jesus has asked us to do. All items may be brought to the church… Read More

The Liturgical Colors–What Do They Mean?

What do the different colors used by the priest signify? As outlined by the Church, different colors represent different liturgical seasons. Since around the sixth century, the primary liturgical colors have been green, white, purple, red and black.