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Surviving the Holidays

December 5, 2019

When you are grieving a loved one’s death, the holiday season can be especially painful.
Our Surviving the Holidays seminar helps participants discover:
-How to deal with emotions
-What to do about traditions
-Helpful tips for surviving social events
-How to find hope for the future
Please join us for one of these encouraging seminars in
Holy Family Hall:
Thursday, December 5, 1:00 – 3:00 pm or 5:00 – 7:00 pm
This event is free and open to the public.

For questions, or to register, please contact Mary Denzin at the Parish office.

Human Concerns Associate
(920) 921-0580 ext.128

Pancake Breakfast with Mrs. Clause

December 8, 2019

Sunday, December 8
8:30 am—noon in Holy Family Hall

Featuring all-you-can-eat pancakes, sausages, applesauce, coffee, juice, and milk.

Carry-outs available!
You can also purchase our famous Popcorn Balls!

Adults: $6.00
Children under 12: $3.00
Age 2 & under are Free


Our Lady of Guadalupe

December 12, 2019

Join us at the 5:30 pm Mass at Holy Family for our annual celebration of Our Lady of Guadalupe on Thrusday, December 12. This feast recalls the apparitions of Mary at the hill of Tepeyac in 1531 to the convert, St. Juan Diego. She was declared the patroness of the Americas by Pope Pius XII, and the day was raised to the rank of Feast for all the countries of the Americas in 1999. The Mass will feature the laying of roses by the image of Our Lady and native dancing from our Hispanic community. A social will follow in the hall after Mass, featuring dancing, food, and music!

Cocoa With LoCoco

December 14, 2019

Bring your little ones to the 4:15 pm Mass on Saturday, December 14, for a very special evening with Fr. LoCoco! After Mass, Fr. John will greet children in the Hall for a fun evening of story-telling; complete with cocoa and cookies.


Christmas Concert

December 15, 2019

Please join us for a very special Christmas concert featuring the Holy Family Music Department staff and choirs!

This free concert will feature our talented staff musicians, Holy Family Combined Choirs, Handbell Choir, Children’s Choir, and a very special organ performance by Director of Liturgy and Music, Paul Thelen.

Musical selections will reflect the Advent season, as well as Christmas favorites. A free will offering will be collected at intermission, with all proceeds aiding the music department.

Sunday, December 15, at 4:30 pm in Holy Family Church.


Holy Family Blood Drive

December 18, 2019

The next Holy Family sponsored Blood Drive will take place on Wednesday, December 18 from noon to 5:00 pm in Holy Family Hall.

Pre-registration is very helpful so that there is enough staff from the Blood Center to serve everyone in a timely manner. To register, go to donor.bcw.edu/donor.

Blood is Life! Everyday ordinary people are saved by some extraordinary people. People who gave blood! Your donation could be the most valuable gift you ever give. Just ask anyone who has ever received blood. Please be a hero to someone in need!

If you've ever wondered if you are eligible to give blood, check out the attached PDF for more information and come and save a life if you can!

Open donoreligibility.pdf
Director of Human Concerns
(920) 921-0580 ext.139

Christmas Mass Schedule

December 24, 2019 - December 25, 2019

Christmas Eve—Tuesday, December 24
    4:00 pm    Sacred Heart
    4:00 pm    St. Mary
    4:00 pm    St. Peter
    4:15 pm    Holy Family
    6:00 pm    Presentation
    7:00 pm    St. Mary (Spanish)
    10:30 pm  Holy Family (incense free)
    Midnight    Sacred Heart

Christmas Day—Tuesday, December 25
    8:00 am    St. Peter
    9:00 am    Sacred Heart
    10:00 am  St. Mary
    10:00 am  Our Risen Savior
    11:00 am  Holy Family

Prelude music begins 15 minutes before each Mass. Please come early and enjoy!
Use of incense is at the discretion of the presider

Christmas Seating
One of the great joys of the Christmas Holy Day is getting families together from near and far. It’s wonderful when they can attend Mass together, as well. As we all know, THE most crowded Masses are the earliest ones on Christmas Eve. Our ushers are put in the “no-win-situation” of trying to find seating for parishioners when individuals have staked out entire pews, “saving them for family members.” This is unfair for all those people who come early and have to stand anyway. Once again, at all of our Christmas Masses this year, it will be strictly – FIRST COME, FIRST SEATED – meaning no one will be allowed to save seats. The only exception will be one or two pews on the side aisle; a reservation for which was part of our Gala silent auction items. Please instruct your family members accordingly, or consider coming to Mass at 10:30 pm, Midnight Mass, or on Christmas Day itself when there’s room for everyone to be seated. Thank You.


Faith in Action

Join us for Faith in Action!

A variety of service projects will be available for individuals from grade school upward. For younger individuals, we ask that a parent accompany them. 

Please see the flyer for more information, and contact Kelly Brochtrup with questions. 
View faith-in-action.pdf

High School Sports Night

High school students are invited to Sacred Heart gym for a night of sports and fun games. 
View sports-night.pdf