Ignatian Spirituality Ministry

“Go, set the world on fire!” St. Ignatius of Loyola The Ignatian Ministry of Holy Family Church invites you to join us for Ignatian Prayer on the first Tuesday of every month from 7:15–8:00 pm in the Holtsnider Pastoral Center.  Please contact Mary Schimmoller for more information at 625.403.6115 or mschimmoller@holyfamily.org Ignatian Spirituality is rooted in the conviction that God is active, personal and present to us in every person, every place and every experience.  It is spirituality for everyday …

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Media Center

Video Archives, Outstanding Videos from the Holy Family Productions Vault

Below are links to various outstanding videos produced by Holy Family Productions. MOST RECENT Enlarging the Space of our Tent, Austen Ivereigh, February 1, 2023 The archived videos below are in alphabetized categories ABUSE SCANDAL IN THE CATHOLIC CHURCH Heal the Body, Reform the Church, September 28, 2018 Meet Bishop Dave O’Connell, June 3, 2019 ADULT FORMATION:  CATHOLIC LEARNING & EVANGELIZATION MESSAGES What it means to be Catholic, Msgr. Connolly, October 3, 2016 How to read the Bible as a …

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Diaconate Journey Continues – Ignatian Spirituality

May 18th was our last Spiritual Direction and the turning in of our last homework as Deacon Aspirants. We also spent the afternoon with Jerry Frumento who is a passionate instructor on the Old Testament. Our last Spiritual Direction marked the completion of the 19th Annotation of the St. Ignatian Spiritual Exercises. This, like so many other aspects of this year seemed so far away last September.  Each member of the Aspirancy Diaconate group met with their Spiritual Director, which was …

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Education/Formation Commission

– The Education/Formation Commission supports all levels of religious education; encouraging all to participate in life-long spiritual formation through community-wide catechesis.

Missionary Disciples Corner

What is a Disciple? A disciple is one who follows or a student of a teacher, leaders, or philosopher.  In our case we follow Jesus the greatest teacher, leader, and philosopher.  As Roman Catholics we are disciples of Jesus.  With that comes many invitations.  Remember the calling of Simon Peter to follow Jesus (Matthew 5:1-11) ? Peter and his clan were tired after spending the night unsuccessful at catching any fish.  Jesus gives instructions, Peter and the other fishermen followed …

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Discipleship Letter – February 2023

Fr. Ricky Manalo, Catholic songwriter and evangelist sings, “Take the Word and go out to ev’ry land: shine the light of Christ for all to see!”   Our hope is that this becomes a theme for Lent and beyond. Take a look at our Lenten plans and share this information with a friend or family member and join us for one or more events.  To get ready for Lent, Holy Family is sponsoring a Pancake Mardi Gras Celebration. Come any time …

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Pastoral Care: Ministry to the Elderly, Sick and Homebound

Mission Statement Holy Family Pastoral Care ministers to the elderly and sick members of the community with dignity and respect, offering compassionate care and encouraging a sense of belonging and connection to the Body of Christ through Eucharist and the people of God. About Pastoral Care Pastoral Care brings Church to people. It brings a sense of connection and belonging to the elderly and sick, allowing them to make a meaningful contribution to society. Over 70 volunteer Eucharistic Ministers  are …

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LGBTQ+ Support Group

Holy Family’s LGBTQ+ Support Group is a fellowship where LGBTQ+ persons of faith are welcomed to explore their spirituality and share their experience, strength, and hope with one another. LGBTQ+ Support Group  was established to provide a welcoming place for members of the LGBTQ+ Community at Holy Family. The Ministry has provided outreach, acceptance, encouragement and fellowship to LGBTQ+ Catholics and their families.  To join our LGBTQ+ ministry join our gatherings on the second Tuesday of the month at 7:15 …

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Mental Wellness Ministry and Resources

Holy Family’s Mental Wellness Ministry “Sacred Space” Who/What: A safe and social environment for YOU to re-connect and share what’s on your heart and mind to talk about real life in the community of others! All Are Welcome!  Drop-in anytime. Where: Holy Family’s Eden Center, 1520 Fremont Ave, 91030 When:  The last Monday of each month from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm.   First meeting is Monday, August 28, 2023 Mental Health and Prayer Resources Community Resource Directory – Los Angeles …

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About the Holy Family Bookstore
The Holy Family Bookstore, located on the lower level in the Connolly Parish Hall, is a ministry of the parish dedicated to providing a convenient source for parishioners and others to purchase religious reading material, sacramental articles, devotional items, Christian fine art, and Holy Family parish media. The Bookstore strives to be the foremost supplier of quality Catholic religious material in the San Gabriel Valley. The Bookstore is sensitive to customer needs and provides outstanding customer service.

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