Parish Mission Statement
"We hold to the truth, handing on the Catholic and apostolic faith."
Holy Family Church offers a wide variety of ministries and ways to get involved.
Mission Potluck Dinner
If you would like to sign up, you can access the group meal by clicking here,
PARISH MISSION PIZZA DINNER, MARCH 24TH, 5:30pm - Unity Hall
Ash Wednesday Message from Archbishop Lori
PARISH OFFICE SNOW POLICY
The parish office will follow the Federal Government’s policy for closing and delays. This policy applies only to the office hours.
Faith Formation and Youth Ministry follow Anne Arundel County Public Schools for closures and delays.
HANDICAP RAMP FOR HOLY FAMILY CHAPEL
Holy Family will be working on a project to help our Holy Family Chapel to be handicapped accessible. This idea came into being in response to knowing that a good number of parishioners do not go to daily Mass or other events in the old chapel because of their inability to go up the steps. The idea for a ramp was presented to and approved by the parish Development Committee, the Corporators of the Parish and the Pastoral Council in February. We are using funds raised from the memorial brick sale to finance this project, but a bit more is needed to cover all costs. If you would like to donate to the Chapel Ramp project, please contact the parish office or send a check designating your donation to this fund.
Thank you – Fr. Andy
ASH WEDNESDAY SCHEDULE
THE "JESUS SHOCK" BOOK DISCUSSION ORIGINALLY SCHEDULED ON FEBRUARY 3RD HAS BEEN RESCHEDULED FOR TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 18TH AT 7:00PM IN CLASSROOMS 12 & 13.
WINTER WEATHER POLICY AND MASS: If Anne Arundel County Schools are cancelled, no daily Mass. If Anne Arundel County Schools are DELAYED, we WILL have Mass, but please use care. FOR WEEKEND MASSES, we rarely cancel.
You cannot be a Christian without Jesus
There is no Christian without Jesus. And Jesus is not present if a “Christian” listens to commands that do not lead to Christ or do not come from Christ. Pope Francis, at mass this morning, Saturday 7 September, at Santa Marta, insisted on the Christocentric nature of our faith. And he warned Christians not to follow revelations, whether public or private, unless they lead to Christ. In the homily this morning the Holy Father continued his reflection from Friday, in which he spoke about Jesus as the spouse of the Church. The gospel passage today (Lk 6:1-5) speaks of Jesus with the pharisees who were criticizing the apostles for having violated the sabbath by picking the heads of grain and eating them.
Did you know Holy Family has a Facebook?
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