Altar Servers

Altar Servers

Mission Statement Holy Family, a Eucharistic community, invites its young people and adults to serve at the table of the Lord.  Altar Servers help facilitate our Eucharistic liturgies in a regular and reverent manner. About the Ministry Serving the people of God while we worship in the church is a way of growing closer to God. We cannot see God. But when we do something for God’s people, we give worship and honor to God and encounter the living God. …

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Lector

Lector Ministry

CONTACT: Joe Manahan – jmanahan@holyfamily.org or 626-403-6149 WELCOME – Join Us for Our “Prayer & Practice” Sessions! 7:00-8:30pm – Inside Connolly Hall January 25, 2023 February 15, 2023 March 22, 2023 April 19, 2023 Mission Statement – The mission of the Holy Family Lector Ministry is to rouse the faith of the assembly and inspire them to discipleship by proclaiming the Word of the Lord with clarity and conviction. About the Lector Ministry The Lector Ministry makes a truly satisfying …

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Quinceañera

Among several Spanish-speaking countries and among many Hispanics in the United States there is the custom of celebrating the passage from childhood to adolescence with a ritual that expresses thanksgiving to God for the gift of life and that asks for a blessing from God for the years ahead. United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, Order for the Blessing on the Fifteenth Birthday 1  The Thanksgiving Mass for Quince años (when a girls turns 15 years old) are celebrated at …

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Diaconate Journey… October 8

October 8, 2016 we met for our Diaconate formation class at Alemany High School in Mission Hills. Our next class will be on October 22nd and will be here as well. (Please click here to read all of our experiences of the bi-monthly  Deacon formation classes) This class Candy and Jay had a SCAP practicum. SCAP is short for Sunday Celebrations in the Absence of a Priest. The premise is that Jay is an ordained Deacon preparing to assist the presider at …

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What is an Acolyte?

On Saturday, September 19, 2015 we continued our fourth of five year journey in diaconate formation as a part of the Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton class. This class was held at Alemany High School, in Mission Hills. Our next class will be at St. Louis of France in La Puente. ( Click here to read all of Jay and Candy’s Diaconate blogs!) The morning was spent with Deacon Ryan Adams and his wife Wynsdey. They went through aspects of the role of …

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Service

Volunteering at Holy Family

Download: Holy Family Volunteer Recognition VOLUNTEER for Holy Family  Where is God calling you? Join the fun, join the family, come and volunteer! It’s easy to forget that an integral part of our faith and our relationship with Jesus Christ is communion with others, especially in service. Your participation is not only welcome at Holy Family Parish, it is vital to our mission. Every single person sitting in our pews has a role here and we invite you to share …

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Weddings/Marriage

A wedding is a day, a marriage is a lifetime! For Catholics, marriage is not only a personal covenant; it is also a sacrament in which God is present in a special way in the lives of the two persons joined with Christ in a union of love. The community of Holy Family extends a cordial welcome to you who are planning to consecrate your love for one another in the sacrament of matrimony. It is our privilege to help …

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Worship Commission

– The Worship Commission seeks to encourage full, active, conscious participation of the whole community at worship to help connect faith with life. This Commission coordinates all aspects of prayer and liturgy in the parish. It provides direction and vision for what the parish seeks in communal worship.

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