Welcome to Holy Family!

Schedule for Holy Week 
at Holy Family

Fasting and Abstinence

On Good Friday Catholics ages 18-59 must fast. When we fast, we eat only one full meal and are permitted two additional snacks not to equal a full meal. Those whose health or work would be impaired by this rule are dispensed from this obligation. On this day all Catholics age 14 and older are to abstain from eating meat.   
 

Good Friday, April 18

Begin the Chaplet of Divine Mercy Novena

Celebration of the Lord’s Passion at 3:00 PM

Stations of the Cross at 7:00 PM

 

Holy Saturday, April 19

Easter Vigil in the Holy Night at 8:30 PM 

 

Easter Sunday of the Resurrection of the Lord, April 20

Masses at 9:00 AM and 11:00 AM  


Divine Mercy Chaplet and Celebration

 

Schedule for Divine Mercy Sunday, April 27th

11:00   Mass
12:15   Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament and pre-ordered box lunch

  1:00   Confessions start and Glorious Mysteries of the Most Holy Rosary
  1:30   Reflections from Saint John Paul II and Saint John XIII and Saint Faustina
  3:00   Sung Chaplet of Divine Mercy
  3:15   Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament
 

The Chaplet of Divine Mercy
in printable form

The Novena begins on Good Friday, April 18th


PREPARATION FOR CONSECRATION TO JESUS THROUGH MARY 

April 28 - May 31 (Feast of the Visitation)

Mary "kept all these things, pondering them in her heart" (Luke 12:51)


Church of the Holy Family

10-Day Pilgrimage to the Shrines of France

July 16-25, 2014

 Deadline is Thursday, April 10th, 2014


 Please return your M&M containers and donations directly to the church office.

 


 

Church of the Holy Family
Family Camp

Camp Lebanon 2014
July 31st - August 3rd

Click here to register online

 

 Click here for Details about the camp and to print a copy of registration form.


 

 

VIRTUS: Protecting God's Children
 

All adult employees and volunteers in this archdiocese who have ongoing contact with children or young people need to attend a “VIRTUS: Protecting God’s Children for Adults” session. Some examples of church and school volunteers who need to attend a VIRTUS session are: catechists, youth group, confirmation, vacation bible school, parish activities that involve children, school activities and classroom volunteers. 

Registration:

It is very important that you pre-register to make sure your attendance is counted.
It also lets the archdiocese contact you if your session is canceled.
If you have any questions please contact Bobbi Hanson at 952.929.0113 x11

 Click here to reach the VIRTUS registration site 
and see when & where sessions are available.