Tuesday, March 3, 2015 at 10:47 AM
ATTENTION! RELIGIOUS EDUCATION CLASSES CANCELED BOTH SESSIONS TUESDAY & LENTEN EVENING MISSION & CONFESSIONS ALSO CANCELED. CHECK HERE FOR LATEST INFORMATION!

Welcome To The Holy Family Parish Web Site!

 

Fr. Guido Montanero, Pastor

 

Fr. Norman Guilbert, Parochial Vicar

Email Fr. Guilbert

 

Email Holy Family

(If This link doesn't work, please right click on it, Hit "Copy Email Address" and then paste the address into your email Program)



GIVING TO YOUR PARISH MADE EASY!

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HOLY FAMILY EASTER FOOD BASKETS

WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT!

LOOK FOR THE CROSS WITH THE TAGS IN THE VESTIBULE OF THE CHURCH AND PLEASE TAKE A TAG.

MAKE EASTER A HAPPY AND HOLY TIME FOR SOMEONE IN NEED!

 

 


LENTEN TUESDAY NIGHT CONFESSIONS

Each Tuesday evening in Lent from 7PM until 9PM, Holy Family Parish will offer the Sacrament of Reeconciliation in the church.  There is no better way to enter into the spirit of Lent and the celebration of Easter than with confession.

 


HOLY FAMILY PARISH LENTEN MISSION

 

With Fr. Charles Allen, S.J.

March 2nd, 3rd, and 4th at 7PM

In The Church

Spend a little of your Lenten Preparation Time with Fr. Allen!  You'll be glad you did!

 


 

LENTEN

FISH DINNER FRIDAYS ANNOUNCED!

 

On All Lenten Fridays Beginning Friday, February 20th and extending through Friday, March 27th from 5PM to 7PM, Holy Family Knights of Columbus Counsel will sponsor a weekly FISH DINNER.  Options include Fish and Chips with vegetable for $8 per person, and a cup of chowder for $2 per person.  Beverages included.  Come, join us for good food and friendship!

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PALM SUNDAY FRENCH TOAST BREAKFAST

Just Announced!  Holy Family Knights of Columbus Council will sponsor a Palm Sunday Pancake Breakfast after all morning Masses.  This tradition draws us together to begin our Holy Week in the spirit of friendship.  Details to follow, look here for updates.  Join us, and bring the kids!

 


STATIONS OF THE CROSS

Every Friday Night in Lent at 7PM.

 


COMING SOON!

New Diocesan 

Free Phone App
February 2015!
Details will be announced here,
and in the February 14 issue of the
Fairfield County Catholic Newspaper.
All things about our diocese
will be available on your phone!

 


 

 

 

 


CURRENT BULLETIN

 

PAST BULLETIN

Archives Here

 


 


 

 


RECEPTION FOR PHYLLIS PICCARRILLO

 

MARCH15, 2015

Afterv 31 years of faithful service as our parish secretary, Phyliis has retired effective January 1, 2015.  We will hold a reception of thanks for her on Sunday, March 15th after the 11AM Mass.  Join us in celebrating!

 


 

 

 

 

Lector & Eucharistic Minister Schedule Here!

 

 

 

 

 

SUNDAY MASSES

Saturday Vigil for Sunday: 4:30PM
Sunday: 7:30AM, 9:00AM, 11:00AM, 5:00PM
 

WEEKDAY MASS

7:30AM

HOLY DAYS OF OBLIGATION


Vigil Mass: 5:30PM on the evening before the Holy Day

If it falls on a Monday Through Friday...

Holy Day: 7:30AM, 12:10PM, 7:30PM

If It Falls on a Saturday and remains obligatory

Holy Day: 7:30AM & 9:00AM

 

CONFESSIONS

Saturday 3:00PM - 4:00PM
And By Appointment
 

BAPTISMS

Sunday 1:30PM
Baptismal Class (Mandatory):
Every First Sunday of the month at 1:30PM in the Parish Office
Please call the Rectory to make arrangements
 


REACHING A PRIEST

Priests at Holy Family are unable to keep "office hours," because things happen fast in ministry.  Instead, Please call the Parish Office first to arrange an appointment.  Walk-ins are welcome; however, there is no guarantee that a priest will be available, so please call first!

 

Click Here For Our Religious Education Sacramental Time Line Calendar!  Use This for Communion, Penance and Confirmation dates!

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