St. Joseph’s Table

St. Joseph’s Altar is a traditional Italian table featuring an elaborate assortment of foods for your purchase and enjoyment, including freshly baked bread and pastries. In Italy, St. Joseph’s Table was meant to feed and support the poor, and our table will continue this blessed tradition. Any and all donations of baked goods are appreciated. Grazie! Mission StatementThe tradition of St. Joseph’sTable, which dates from the Middle Ages, honors St. Joseph,the foster father of Jesus Christ and patron of the …

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Mission Haiti

Mission Statement: Mission Haiti experiences the vitality and love of Jesus Christ by reaching out beyond our community and sharing Christ’s presence in the impoverished communities of Haiti. Click here to watch the Current Haiti Video Donate Contact Information: Mary Mather Nally – 626.641.2840www.HandsTogether.org Bulletin Articles Mission Haiti, News – March 5, 2024 A message from Doug Campbell  What God will I follow?     “It’s easy for God to ask me to follow His way … it’s easy for Him, …

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Triduum 2024

Holy Thursday: Mass of the Lord’s Supper On Holy Thursday, we wash one another’s feet, as Jesus did for his apostles at the Last Supper centuries ago. Jesus gave us the Mandatum (Latin for mandate), the command to daily wash one another’s feet. We wash and we pray, serve in kindness, forgive eagerly, and show thanksgiving for all that is good and holy.  Good Friday of the Lord’s Passion On Good Friday, we reverence the cross, saying, “Behold, behold the wood …

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Lenten Readings & Reflection Questions

In the Liturgy of the Word, the Church feeds the people of God from the table of his Word (cf. Sacrosanctum Concilium, no. 51). The Scriptures are the word of God, written under the inspiration of the Holy Spirit. In the Scriptures, God speaks to us, leading us along the path to salvation. The First Sunday in Lent We embarked on our Lenten journey on Ash Wednesday, and now, the first Sunday of Lent propels us into Jesus’s own sojourn …

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Beautiful Eucharist

A book for faith sharing by name authors Week One: Introduction-Astonishing Week Two: Mass was Boring…Until this Happened Jackie Francois Angel recounts a pivotal moment when she resolved to fully commit to her Catholic faith, no longer content with being only partially engaged. Have you ever experienced such a transformative moment? If not, how might you pursue a deeper encounter with Jesus? Jackie Francois Angel offers her insights on the Eucharist, drawing support from the teachings of the Catechism. In …

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Holy Moments: A Handbook for the Rest of Your Life

Week One Prologue The book’s prologue recounts a timeless tale of the Hermit’s contribution to the monastery community, emphasizing his wisdom and insight. On page 8, the Hermit metaphorically compares the Abbot to a lake with the capacity to reflect the divine presence of God. Reflect on moments when you’ve mirrored the attributes of God to others. Upon discovering the presence of the messiah among them, the Monks transformed their interactions, displaying mutual respect and self-care. Embrace the belief that …

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Auction 2024

Donate items to the silent auction, such as tickets to an event or theme park, a Spa day, wine and charcuterie, and a golf or skiing package. What would you want to bid on? Please email events@holyfamily.org and complete the enclosed procurement form attached below. We are grateful for your support. I hope we can celebrate together the shared faith, worship, and joy that is alive at Holy Family Church. This wonderful evening is being brought to you through the efforts …

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