Ministry of the Arts

Mission:Pope St. John Paul II in a letter to artists said that the Church needs artists, and that art needs the Church. This statement can be said to drive our mission of the Ministry of the Arts. We offer arts programs that are an integral part of Holy Family Church. Through the arts (music, painting, sculpture, literature, dance, theatre, film, and architecture), we aim to deepen a connection to God; to emphasize the sacredness and mystery of human life; and …

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Men’s Reading Group

Meetings Please join the Men’s Reading Group on the 3rd Tuesday of each month to discuss books concerned with religious, moral, and ethical issues, 7:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m., Guadalupe Room in the Pastoral Center. Each month’s book selection is available in the Holy Family Bookstore.     Contact Ramon Barreras ramon.barreras@gmail.com

Environmental and Fair Trade Ministries

We advocate education and activities that promote sustainable living and responsible stewardship of our resources and that address environmental challenges, especially those that affect the most vulnerable among us.

Kindred Spirits

The mission of the Kindred Spirits Ministry is to create a Christ-centered community of fun, faith, and friendship for ‘mature’ single adults (in general, this group is ‘over 40′).   Our community is built on participating in fun social events, fulfilling spiritual enrichment activities, and meaningful service projects, activities that come from our life passions within the parish and beyond it.  Members of other parishes are enthusiastically welcomed as are like-minded singles who don’t happen to be Catholic. All of …

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LGBTQ+ Outreach

Mission Statement The Holy Family LGBTQ Outreach provides a dynamic, nurturing, confidential environment for the LGBTQ community, as well as their families, to be heard and to celebrate their love and acceptance in the Catholic Church. Purpose The purpose of this Ministry is three-fold: 1. To provide monthly group meetings for members of the LGBTQ+ community and their families to come together and discuss issues relating to their faith and gender identity in a safe Christian environment. To facilitate this …

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Women’s Connection

Leadership Team Ina Baskin; Diane Collison; Carlotta DeFrancisco; Donna Gibson; Mary Hannon; Valerie Harris; Judy Henderson; Angela Howell; Pam Kennington; Rose Marie Martinez; Judi Schwab; Theresa Shaw; Diane Sternal; Donna Tucker Auxiliary team members:  Ana Cordero; Michell Kim If you are interested in participating in the planning and/or execution of any or all of our programs, kindly contact us: Mary Hannon, maryhannon123@gmail.com

Boy Scouts

SCOUTS BSA (Youth 11 – 17) Troop 333 – Parish Based SETTING A COURSE FOR ADVENTURE Some kids avoid obstacles. Scouts at Holy Family overcome them.   Troop 333 was founded 90 years ago and has been registered for over 60 consecutive years. Scouts BSA Troop 333 is a year-round program for boys and girls in fifth grade through high school that provides fun, adventure, learning, challenge, and responsibility to help them become the best version of themselves. In Scouts BSA, young men …

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Catholic Communications (Toastmasters Club)

Mission Statement The Catholic Communication Ministry (CCM) is committed to the development of communication and leadership skills in an atmosphere of Christian fellowship. CCM offers the opportunity to belong to a community of faith in a new way. Please join us on the 2nd and 4th Thursday at 7:00 p.m. in the Pastoral Center. Want to improve your communication and leadership skills?  Be more effective in meetings? Get your point across more concisely?  Join us and learn how membership can …

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St. Joseph’s Table

Mission Statement The tradition of St. Joseph’s Table, which dates from the Middle Ages, honors St. Joseph, the foster father of Jesus Christ and patron of the Universal Church. At Holy Family, the annual celebration, organized entirely by parishioners, supports the Giving Bank and the Society of St. Vincent de Paul. About St. Joseph’s Table In Sicily, a St. Joseph’s Table was primarily meant for feeding the poor as a form of communal or public charity, in thanksgiving for the …

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Filipino Catholic Association

Mission Statement The mission of the Filipino Catholic Association is to foster a spirit of fellowship and togetherness in prayer among its members, being mindful of the preservation of Filipino culture for future generations, and to provide spiritual and financial support to those in need. Various activities to accomplish these goals include: Participation in Parish activities and programs such as the Ministry Fair, the Giving Bank’s Adopt-A-Family Christmas program, and possibly the Parish Fall Festival when volunteer resources are available. …

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