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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    • Parish Staff Changes
      As you have known, in anticipation of Katy Anderson’s retirement and Chris Mardesich’s departure we took a survey and held two town hall meetings in March to hear what our Parish Faith Formation and Youth Ministry’s needs are. As a result we decided to restructure our Faith Formation Staff to make their work more effective.  After selecting Kimberly McFadden as the Faith Formation Director and Jeff Gans as the Youth Ministry Coordinator, we created a Faith Formation Associate position to assist both Kimberly and Jeff.  Consequently, this change will eliminate the Administrative Assistant position in the Faith Formation office effective July 31. This is not an easy decision but we make it for the betterment of our Parish’s Faith Formation and Youth Ministry.
      On behalf of the Parish, we thank Judy Bateman for her many years of service at Holy Family.  We’ll pray for God’s blessing on her at the 6pm Mass this Sunday, July 27.  Please keep Judy and her family in your prayers during this time of transition.
      Faith Formation Associate Position Opening:
      We are  looking for a Faith Formation Associate. This position assists the Faith Formation Director and Youth Ministry Coordinator.  Click here for a job description.  Send resume and Diocese of San Jose application to Kathryn Gray, kgray@dsj.org by July 28, 2014.
    • This Week & Beyond
                  The icon of “Our Lady of Czestochowa” (“the Black Madonna”) is reputed to have been “written” on Mary’s table top from her house in Nazareth by Luke the Evangelist.  She has been credited with numerous miracles and healings – both of a spiritual and physical nature.   A beautiful copy of this icon has been blessed and consecrated at the monastery of Jasna Gora in Poland, where the original is kept, and entrusted to the defense of life and family. Now, after traveling 40,000 miles from Vladivostok in Russia through 24 countries in Europe, she will be visiting Our Lady of Peace Church in Santa Clara on her global pilgrimage. Please join us as we welcome her to Our Lady of Peace Church to ask for her protection of life and family as well as personal petitions. A welcoming ceremony will be held at 11:30a.m. on Thursday July 31 just prior to the 12noon Mass and she will head to Sacramento on Friday, August 1, 2014. Click here for flyer
    • Festival 2014 Is Coming!

      Holy Family Festival 2014 is September 19 -21. Mark your calendar. 
      This is our 35th festival - with lots of Food, Fun, and Families inspired by Faith!
      Stay tuned for more details on what, when, how to serve.
    • How Do I...?
      Navigate the Site
      Holy Family's numerous ministries have been categorized as either "Liturgy", "Faith Formation","Faith in Action", or "Other".

      Find the Calendar
      Click here to see an ONLINE version of our entire parish calendar -OR- look to the right (top) to see the "online calendar preview" which shows a week's worth of events.
      The list of events below that is a partial listing of "highlights" happening at Holy Family. You can also hit "view all" at the bottom to see what else is listed.

      Find the Sunday Bulletin
      The Sunday Bulletin is available in pdf format by clicking here or on the bulletin link at the top of the page. Older bulletins are listed as well.

      Read About News
      There's a lot happening at Holy Family, in the Diocese of San Jose, and the Church around the world. Click here to see news items.
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    • Misconduct Concerns
      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 protection@dsj.org.