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During this time, while we deal with the COVID-19 pandemic, this page will have all the most up-to-date information for Holy Family, Our Risen Savior, and Presentation. Please share this information with friends and family who may not have access to the internet.


Archbishop Jerome Listecki has dispensed Catholics from attending Sunday Mass through Sunday, Aug. 2.

In-person masses have returned to Holy Family Catholic Community, but with a limited schedule and limited attendance due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 

We continue to live-stream and record Sunday Mass, which will be on our YouTube channel as well as shared on Facebook and our website.


Funeral Masses will still be taking place during this period of closings and shut-downs, and attendance is limited to 10 people.  The procedure will still be to contact the funeral home and they will contact Holy Family.

  • Funeral masses will be allowed, but limited to 50 people as per the latest directives from the state government
  • Priests will be willing to do services at the funeral homes during this time if needed
  • No funeral luncheons at any of the six Holy Family sites
  • No visitation at any of the six Holy Family sites


WeShare Online Parish Giving

During these unsettling times, WeShare Support is available to our parishioners.

Their Customer Service Team has been transitioned to their home offices for the safety and wellbeing of their employees and families. During this time, they will be available to assist you with your online giving needs whenever the need arises.

Return to Mass information for ministerial volunteers

As Mass returns to all Holy Family sites, volunteers will also return as ushers, sacristans, and lectors. Information for volunteers on Mass procedures during the COVID-19 pandemic can be found below.
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