Holy Family Catholic Parish is a welcoming, Christ-centered community, called to live the Gospel, celebrate the Sacraments, hand on the Catholic Tradition, and take part in building up the Body of Christ.
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We are a Family of Faith since 1905.
Click here to get the policies and forms for our facilities useage.
If you need to report financial misconduct of school or church property go to: http://www.dsj.org/about-us/report-financial-mismanagement/
For violations of the Safe Environment Program you may contact the Office for the Protection of Children and Vulnerable Adults Office at 1-408-983-0144 or email@example.com.
Many parishioners have inquired as to whether the trees that were removed from around the Church would be replaced with new landscaping. We have good news! The Buildings & Grounds Committee has been working with the arborists and staff of Our City Forest, a local non-profit that specializes in tree planting in urban areas, to develop a landscape plan for the Holy Family campus. Our City Forest has prepared a draft landscaping plan, which depicts potential locations and suggested tree species to be planted at various locations on our campus. Once approved, our goal is to have a community tree planting event in late spring. We have posted the draft plan on the parish website. We will consider input from the community as we work toward finalizing the plan. Comments should be directed to John Hesler at firstname.lastname@example.org or Steve Sayle at email@example.com by February 20th.
Bishop McGrath has asked all parishes in the diocese to adopt the following temporary liturgical adaptations during this cold and flu season.
In Summary: Holy Communion will not be shared under the form of Consecrated Wine, and will be distributed in the hands only. People are asked not to hold hands during the Our Father and to adapt the Sign of Peace to gestures that don't include shaking hands or touching. Ministers of Holy Communion are asked to clean their hands before and after administering the Sacrament with an alcohol based product.
Please feel free to read the full memo, link provided below
Here are some "Best Practices" for avoiding the spread of cold and flu
January 31--Middle School Rally
February 6-8 High School Youth Retreat--Echoes of Worth
The next Diocesan Wedding Anniversary celebration will be February 14, 2015. REGISTER BY JANUARY 30TH. Click on this link for more information and to register: http://www.dsj.org/being-catholic/worship/diocesan-liturgies/wedding-anniversary-celebration-2015/
The annual showdown is happening once again at Leavey Center, Santa Clara University on Friday, February 20th at 7:00 pm. Click the following link for more information and to buy tickets online: