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Anniversary Approaching?

For over 100 years, Holy Family Catholic Church has celebrated beautiful wedding ceremonies, but we have also been honored to celebrate many wedding anniversaries.

Many couples have come to our Church to celebrate their 5th, 10th, 20th, and even 50th+ year anniversaries.

If you are approaching a milestone in your marriage what better way to celebrate than by Read More

10 Catholic Wedding Tips

Many couples get engaged during the months of November and December.  Perhaps it’s the “magic” of Christmas and the presence of family and friends that inspires couples to think about their future together.

By January, these same couples begin planning their wedding.  Of course, there are all of the celebratory events like the parties and the reception to Read More

What is FAMILY?

FAMILY is not an important thing.


Mass and Confessions

Holy Family Catholic Church

                      Weekend Mass Times

 Saturdays  5:00 pm (English)

Sundays  8:30 (Spanish), 10:00 (English), 11:30 (Maronite Mass)

Daily Mass Schedule  

Tuesday – Friday  7:30am


Saturdays 4:30-5:00 pm


 ‘Take it and eat’, he said, ‘this is my body.’ 

-Matthew 26:26

Located in Historic Sunset Heights Neighborhood

Holy Family Catholic Church is located in the historic Sunset Heights neighborhood.

Sunset Heights is a historic area in El Paso, Texas; which has existed since the latter part of the 1890s. Many wealthy residents have had their houses and mansions built on this hill.  During the Mexican Revolution, a widely popular Mexican revolutionary leader, Doroteo Arango (as known as Francisco “Pancho” Villa), owned and resided in this area during the 1910s. During the 1910 Mexican Revolution, many Mexicans fled Mexico and settled in Sunset Heights.

 Credit: El Paso Museum of History

History of Holy Family Catholic Church in El Paso, Texas

Holy Family Catholic Church is part of the Catholic Diocese of El Paso, Texas.

The parish was originally founded as a Jesuit Mission in 1916 to care for families seeking refuge from the Mexican Revolution.

Holy Family was the last church built by Rev. Carlos Pinto, S.J..   It continued to serve exiled Mexicans for many decades.

Holy Family was a mission of Sacred Heart Parish until 1933 when Bishop Schuler elevated it to a parish.

In September 1948, Bishop Metzger placed the parish under the administration of diocesan priests, thereby ending 34 years of Jesuit administration.

The altar of the church still holds the original statue of the Holy Family that was located at the altar of El Paso’s first Catholic Church, St. Mary Chapel. cropped-img_2366.jpg