Holy Family School

Mission/Philosophy Our Mission Statement The mission of Holy Family School is to instill Christian values and Catholic principles in students through the Gospel message of Jesus. We foster and nurture the development of the whole child and strive to achieve educational excellence. We are guided in faith and principle by our Schoolwide Learning Expectations, and we work toward enabling our students to grow and be successful in attaining them. Our Philosophy Holy Family students are nourished by liturgical and sacramental …

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Giving Bank

Mission Statement Holy Family Church’s Giving Bank takes seriously our baptismal call to be responsible, respectful stewards of one another. Recognizing that God works in and through the world, and in each one of us, the Giving Bank provides direct relief to those in the local Los Angeles area who face food insecurity and hunger. Our action is implemented in a welcoming spirit of Christian love for one another, recognizing that all involved are assembled as God’s community. About the …

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Girl Scouts

GIRL SCOUTS Open to students at Holy Family Catholic School, grades 1-8; Daisy’s, Brownies, Jr. Girl Scouts and Girl Scouts. Raise your hand. Accept the challenge. Find your fearless.  Girl Scout Mission: Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place. At the Girl Scouts of Greater Los Angeles everything we do is based on these core values, which come from the Girl Scout Promise and Law. Integrity Integrity is the foundation of success for our …

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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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Embracing The Beginning Of Life

Embracing the Beginning of Life – A ministry which seeks to build an awareness within our parish that ‘Human life must be respected and protected absolutely from moment of conception. From the first moment of existence, a human being must be recognized as having the rights of a person – among which is the inviolable right of every innocent being to life’ Catechism of the Catholic Church, 2270. Join us in praying the Pro-life rosary every 3rd Tuesday of the …

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Emergency Preparedness

Holy Family is indeed a family.  We care for each other and reach out to the members of our family and all others we can help.  Part of our approach has been developing an emergency preparedness guide for natural disasters such as earthquakes, fires and other disasters. 

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Video Ministry Volunteer Opportunities

There are five teams of eight members. An annual calendar is prepared. The teams rotate through the Sundays for the 9:30 a.m. Mass shoot. Contact Dawn Ponnet (626) 403-6128 dponnet@holyfamily.org

Eucharistic Ministers for Pastoral Care

There are two types of Eucharistic Ministers at Holy Family Church.  One type of Eucharistic Minister assists at daily and Sunday Masses distributing Eucharist to the congregation.  The other type of Eucharistic Minister is a Eucharistic Minister for Pastoral Care who visits the sick, elderly and the homebound once a week. The visit includes a short prayer service where Eucharist is celebrated. Eucharistic Minister for Pastoral Care  Purpose of Position Bring Eucharist to the homebound, or those in the hospital, …

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Sacristan Ministry

Mission Statement The Sacristans at Holy Family Church seek to support the good order of all Eucharistic Celebrations. About Sacristans Sacristans are the homemakers of the church..  Our sacristans are zealous in their commitment to foster good worship here at Holy Family.  Sacristans are responsible for setting up the liturgical elements; these include vessels used for Eucharist, altar linens, candles, to name a few.  Sharing the responsibility for worship is also a part of the sacristans’ mission; to make children …

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