We wanted to draw your attention to our new position that we would like to fill at Holy Family Parish: the Coordinator of Parish Ministries Interested? Please go to http://dol.ca/coordinator-of-parish-ministries for more details on the posting!
We would like to invite everyone to an information meeting on Tuesday, April 24th, following the 6:30 pm Mass. The meeting will take place in the All Saints Hall. The focus of the study is on 'how' Jesus calls us to be disciples, intentional disciples and missionary disciples. The scripture study will be a six-week… Continue reading Scripture Study Information Session
We just want to congratulate Tony Thomas (ticket number 664) for being this years raffle winner! We thank everyone for participating in this lottery! Your support is greatly appreciated by the parish.
Alpha course beginning April 15, 2018 at Holy Family Parish Explore questions like these: What is the meaning of life? What happens when we die? What relevance does Jesus have for our lives? How do we deal with guilt? For more information on Alpha, click here. Join us for 10 weeks of dinner, teaching, and […]
Thank you to all who registered. Questions/Comments? Please contact Deacon Tom at email@example.com.
Did you ever consider becoming a Catholic Christian? Why not consider a process which introduces you to the basics of the Catholic faith? That journey begins on Wednesday evening, January 17, 2018 and continues to Easter. This is an opportunity to freely ask questions and to receive answers in a non-judgmental environment. Don’t let ‘hearsay’… Continue reading Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (R.C.I.A.)
Matrimony is a sacrament and as such it is a sign to the world of the invisible God living in our midst - the living God who bears fruit in the lives of two people. They are a continual sign of His power in the world. There is special grace and power within every couple… Continue reading Marriage Preparation
Due to the the LDCSB Teachers joining us for their Faith Day, Friday morning mass on November 17, 2017 will be held at 10:30AM instead of the usual 10:00AM time.
Our Mass of Remembrance to celebrate the lives of all those parishioners who have died since Thanksgiving last year will be celebrated Thursday, November 9 at 7:00 pm. All are welcome. Refreshments will be served in the Narthex after Mass.
Come to our seniors Thanksgiving luncheon on October 17, 2017.