We invite all practicing Catholics to take part in the sacraments.
Sacrament of Reconciliation
Standard Reconciliation Time: Saturday at 3:30 p.m. or by appointment.
Year of Mercy Reconciliations: Additional reconciliation times are being added weekly. Please reference the bulletin for specific times.
Sacrament of Baptism
Arrangements for Baptisms are made by calling the parish office. Participation at the Baptismal Preparation Class for parents is a requirement for the celebration of the sacrament.
Sacrament of Marriage
Arrangements for all weddings must be made at least six (6)months in advance. Please call the parish office.
Anointing of the Sick
This sacrament of mercy and healing offers prayers for possible recovery, but its primary intention is to give spiritual strength and calm the soul of the one suffering from illness.
This Sacrament is not just for those in danger of death, but for anyone who suffers from serious or chronic physical or emotional illness or who struggles with the infirmities of age. Those scheduled for a surgery or hospital stay may request this sacrament prior to entering the hospital. To arrange a time please call the office.
Confirmation at Holy Family is offered for our 7th and 8th grade students every other year. Instruction is provided through our school and through the Parish School of Religion program. For those who were not baptized in the Catholic faith, confirmation is part of the RCIA program. For more information about the confirmation process, contact the office.
In the simplest terms, “vocation” means a “call.” So, in general terms your vocation is what God calls you to do with your life.
Everybody is called by God to know, love and serve him. The difference is how each one does this.
Individual vocations vary between being single, married, consecrated, religious or a priest. However, we usually use “Vocation” to mean a call to the consecrated, religious or priestly life. Becoming a priest or religious involves the sacrament of Holy Orders
Holy Family parish supports all those who are discerning the call of a religious vocation. If you feel called, or have questions and would like to talk freely, please feel free to contact Father Joe to schedule a time to discuss.