A warm “Thank-you”

We are continually humbled by the generosity of the Holy Family community. We asked for jackets and hygiene items and what an amazing response. The looks of those who were the recipients of your generosity were in awe. “How could someone who doesn’t even know me be so thoughtful?” A “thank-you” cannot begin to express the smiles and hugs that were received on your behalf, but for now, it will have to do. We continue to pray for blessings on …

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Diaconate Journey…I want to see!

January 14, 2015 we continue our diaconate journey… ( Click here to read all of Jay and Candy’s Diaconate blogs!) This week we were at Alemany High School. Our morning was a guest speaker from St. John’s Seminary, Fr. Anthony Lee, on the topic of Christology. Hi talk focused around three questions asked by Jesus:  Who do you say that I am? What do you want me to do for you? Do you love me? The second question, “What do you …

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Lenten Faith Sharing Groups

Mission Statement Holy Family, in an effort to support Life Long Faith Formation, offers a Lenten Faith Sharing Process, each year for faith sharing communities of 5-12 parishioners. Purpose The Paulist Evangelization Resource, Living the Eucharist, is an exciting parish-based renewal experience designed to help parishes foster spiritual growth and discipleship through a more profound experience of Sunday Mass. Living the Eucharist  runs during Lent for three years, and encompasses the full scope of parish life and spirituality through practical, …

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January 15 – Pray for the World’s Children!

Jan. 15, 2015 – The New Year begins. Let us join in concern and hope for all children of the world. Statistics show that 2014 was a devastating year for children with horrific abuse, torture. killing etc. This must change. Our future demands it. We join religious leaders and all caring people of the world in condemning these atrocities. We must unite in positive thought, blessing and prayer for all children. Through family care, good education, and our support, the …

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Diaconate Journey… Coats for the Homeless

January 3, 2015  we continued our third of five years journey in diaconate formation as a part of the Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton class. This week we were at American Martyrs Parish in Manhattan Beach where all in Diaconate formation met the new Director of Diaconate Formation, Deacon David Estrada and his wife Rita. Deacon David is a native Californian born and raised in the Los Angeles area. He has been married to his wife Rita for 41 years, and has …

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