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Weekly Bulletin February 25, 2018 Second Sunday of Lent

Weekly Collections Feb. 17th & 18th
Sunday Regular Collection $7,367
Online Giving $860
Other (Candle, Coffee) $124
Weekly Goal $8,500

Stations of the Cross: Friday’s at 5:30 p.m.

Youth Group: Please join the Youth Group Friday, Mar. 2nd in the Social Hall at 5:30 p.m. for the celebration of live Stations of the Cross. Followed by meatless soups, mac and cheese, and grilled cheese sandwiches. (Please note this will be in lieu of the regularly scheduled stations in the Church.)  This event is free of charge but donations are gladly accepted.

There will be no 8:30 a.m. Mass on Friday, March 2nd. There will be a Communion Service.

Knights of Columbus Breakfast Today! In the Social Hall.

Black and Indian Missions Collection: This weekend. Mandated by the III Plenary Council in 1884, the 125 year old Nation Collection for Black and Indian people continues as the embodiment of the Church’s concern for evangelizing the Black and Indian people of the United States. The funds are distributed as grants to dioceses throughout the United States, supporting and strengthening evangelization programs which otherwise would cease. Please use the special envelopes in the pews.

HFCCW: Come and join us Thursday, March 1st at 6:00 p.m. for a special Lenten Devotional to Mary.  We will gather at the Church instead of Social Hall, this is where we will begin "Mary's Way of the Cross". This will be a spiritual evening of prayer and reflection on the Passion and Death of Our Lord through the eyes of his mother Mary. We invite all women of the parish to join us. Following the devotional we will have a simple tea and cookies social next door in the Bishop Federal Hall. We will take time to reflect on the evening and enjoy some time together. If you attend we ask that you bring one of your favorite tea cups and if you have a tea pot we could use it. We hope you can attend. If you have any questions please call Karen Fawbush.

Local Communal Penance Service: For those who missed the penance service at Holy Family the following parishes will be offering a communal penance service: St. Rose Feb. 26th, 7:00 p.m.; St. Joseph Mar. 6th 7:00 p.m.; HAFB Chapel Mar. 7th, 7:00 p.m.; St. Mary's Mar. 19th, 7:00 p.m..

Boy Scout Troop 461: Will be collecting items for FIMRC this weekend. This collection aims to support the poor and needy in Nicaragua. A donation box will be in the back of the church. The Boy Scouts will also hosting a bake sale this weekend after all Masses..

HFCCW Woman of the Year: Voting ends this weekend. An announcement of the winner will be made next weekend. Good luck to all and thank you to all parishioners for your votes.  

Holy Family Pack 461 Community Service Project: To benefit Catholic Community Services. The Bear Den will be collecting healthy nonperishable food items now until February 28th. Collection boxes are located in the social hall. The boys will deliver the collected donations to CCS and volunteer their time to stock and distribute donations.

March Parish calendars available in the Gathering Space.

Youth Rally: “Walk with Me,” is March 3rd, 8:30 a.m.-3:00 p.m. at Saint Vincent de Paul Catholic School. The youth retreat is free but registration is required. Registration deadline is Feb. 28th. www.dioslc.org/about-us/diocese-calendar/special-events/44-diocesan-youth-rally or call 801-328-8641 ext. 313.

Adoration: “It is the will of him who sent me, that I should lose nothing of what ha has given me; rather, that I should raise it up on the last day.” (Jn 6:36) What hope this solemn promise of Jesus inspires in us! Both Jesus and the Father want us to be raised “up on the last day” and to bask in the trinitarian love for all eternity. In the Holy Eucharist Jesus is not only our Companion but our food for the journey as well.

Mass Intentions
2/24 5:00pm John Chojnowski +/ Chuck & Maxine
2/25 8:00      Patty Lou Olguin +/ Daniel & Linda Caballero
2/25 10:30    For The People
2/26 8:30      Kevin E. Schneider +/ Daniel & Linda Caballero
2/27 8:30      Ray McDonough +/ Bill & Patty Hambleton
2/28 8:30      Alan Lander +/ Ted Lander
3/1 8:30        Communion Service
3/2 8:30        Communion Service
3/3 5:00pm    Lorenza Royselato +/ Philip, Angie & Debbie Buccheri

 Fr. Bill

As pastor, I welcome you to Holy Family and all of the facilities and events on our campus. If you live in the area please come and register with us so that we might get to know you better. If you are a visitor to the area, then come and join us for worship in our  traditional looking Church which was dedicated October 21, 2008. We welcome all to this place and hope you will feel at home here. Help us to grow in Eucharist as a Holy Family.

On the lower south entrance of the property you will find the Social Hall, the outdoor basketball court, the private house, the Grotto and parking and entrance to the Adoration Chapel.

The upper north entrance brings you to parking for the Church and the Parish Center which currently houses the education center and parish offices. Located in the lower level of the Church are the Adoration Chapel, the Youth Center and the Choir Room.

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