Are you out of work?

Did you know that Holy Family has a Career Networking Group? If you are out of work, or if you might be in a position to help someone find a job, then please consider joining the next Career Networking Group meeting on Tuesday, May 22nd. If you’re in this position then no one needs to tell you that looking for a job and being out of work are incredibly stressful.  But it is helpful to know that you are not alone. Grief …

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Do you think your faith has anything to do with the Environment?

Do you believe that your faith is linked to your views on the natural environment? Did you know that there is Catholic teaching on climate change?   Or that  “the impact of climate change falls heaviest on the world’s poor“? Are you interested in learning more about these issues and on taking action? Then consider joining the Holy Family Environmental Ministry, We meet monthly on the third Thursday  at 7:00 pm in the Pastoral Center  Help us  plan  educational and outreach opportunities.   For more …

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Diaconate Journey Continues…. Liturgy of the Hours

May 9 and May 23rd, 2015 we continue our diaconate journey.It was for this class that Jay was the presider and Candy was the psalm leader for Morning Prayer, the Divine Office, Breviary or Liturgy of the Hours (LOH). As a diaconate candidate couple, they agreed to pray the LOH each morning and evening and this will continue after ordination.   ( Click here to read all of Jay and Candy’s Diaconate blogs!) When LOH is conducted during class, it consists of …

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Religious Education Needs Teachers!

Holy Family’s Religious Education (RE)  is currently seeking 2 catechists (a.k.a. religion teachers) to join our Wednesday grades 1-5 team! Wednesday RE meets from 4pm-5:15pm in the Education Center.  No experience required – just a heart to share your faith! You will receive a catechist/teacher guide and access to the training and resources of the RE Office. For more information and to volunteer, please contact Angelina Duell, Div Min, RE Ministry Assistant- aduell@holyfamily.org Religious Education/Formation at Holy Family is a fun, …

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PRAYERS FOR CHILDREN

August 15, 2014 – Recent world events have caused suffering, death and fear: the downing of the Malaysian airline, the Hamas and Israeli war, refugee crises, turmoil leaving children and youth at risk. Many of these children have never experienced peace in their lives. They have no family security, no education, no chance to develop their potential, no hope. Let us again join in shared humanity and global concern and continue in prayer, positive thought and blessing for all children …

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Get on the Bus

Holy Family Get on the Bus would like to thank all of those who made the Friday night send off a success. It was a first time event in the history of GOTB for the bus to Folsom Prison  We are most grateful to those who helped to set-up and clean-up, greet the families, and pass out travel and caregivers bags. A special thanks to the Girl Scouts for their assistance in helping our families children make Father’s Day cards, …

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Wall of Collaboration and HOPE

Summer 2014  Holy Family’s Religious Education “EDGE” program (tweens), with Angelina Duell (RE Ministry Asst.) at the helm, partnered with Our Lady of Guadalupe- Rose Hills,  Junior high students to beautify the grounds of OLG playground.  Ken Borgerding (pictured below with mural artist Esther) , a teacher at Guadalupe School and a Holy Family Parishioner,  helped facilitate the partnership.  Ken’s wife Maria Vela joined in the painting as did their son Austin.  Both Ken and Maria are Catechists at Holy Family. …

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Diaconate Journey Continues…Are you an ENFP?

May 31, 2014   This week our class was in Dominquez Hills. Our two remaining classes will be a closing all group retreat in Tujunga and our last class in La Puente.  This class was conducted by Fr. Frank Ferrante Myers, C.M.F., and Lillian Wood and was on Myers – Briggs Personality and Human Development. We had read information about Myers – Briggs as part of homework preparation and attempted to determine our personality types. We started with this and spent …

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June 15 – Prayers for Children

June 15, 2014 – In shared humanity and global concern, let us bless, pray, and think of all children and youth. We hear the cry of the children, their families and the world community. In one voice we say: “Bring back our girls.” – Nigeria. Return the stolen, the “left behind” children of China, the 60,000 kidnapped a year in India, the tens of thousands of Mexico, Pakistan, Indonesia, US, Europe, Africa. South America – all countries. We can be …

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