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Ash Wednesday Masses

February 26, 2020

7:00 am, Holy Family

8:00 am, St. Peter

8:45 am, Holy Family (SMSA)

11:00 am, Presentation

12:00 noon, Dorcas Chapel at Marian University

12:10 pm, Sacred Heart

6:00 pm, Holy Family

6:30 pm, Sacred Heart (Christian Formation)

6:30 pm, St. Mary (Spanish)

7:00 pm, Our Risen Savior

Missionary Fraternity of Mary

February 27, 2020

Come and join the Holy Family Stewardship Commission’s “educational panel discussion” on the Missionary Fraternity of Mary, the religious order from which our archdiocese has received many wonderful priests, including our own Fr. Fabian and Fr. Max. This event will take place at Holy Family Hall on Thursday, February 27, beginning at 6:00 pm. A light supper will be served. Included on the panel will be Mike and Mary Cezarz from Lumen Christi Parish, Mequon, Jim and Kathy Simon, Fond du Lac, Fr. Max Tzul and Fr. Fabian Rodas, and the Development Director of the order, Fr. Jaime Charuc. The Missionary Fraternity of Mary has been designated as Holy Family’s new international charity and will be receiving all Holy Family parishioner contributions from a special collection that will be taking place during Lent, and then again for the Propagation of the Faith weekend collection, in August. The Lenten envelopes that many of our parishioners receive through the mail will be directed toward this order, as well. Please call the parish office, (920) 9210580, and register with the receptionist if you plan to attend so we have an accurate count for the meal that will be served. Also, if you are interested in making a special donation to the order at any time, or have any questions, please contact Gail Kraig or the parish office.

Director of Parish Operations
(920) 921-0580 ext.140

Parish Mission

March 2, 2020 - March 3, 2020

Ken Yasinski's Fullness of Purpose parish mission is transforming people's lives. This event is designed specifically to re-evangelize the baptized. It was created to help participants encounter Jesus Christ, and become his faithful disciple.

Monday, March 2, 2020   6:30 pm
Tuesday, March 3, 2020   6:30 pm

Holy Family Catholic Church 271 Fourth Street Way Fond du Lac, WI 54937

Day 1, Monday, March 2: What Is The Purpose Of My Life? Have you ever wondered if there was a greater purpose for your life? One of the greatest sufferings is not having a reason for living. A person can put a band aid on a cut, pop a pill for a headache, but when a person has no purpose they lose their way. Their passion for life is lost, and any little additional suffering is magnified. In this presentation Ken shares vulnerably his faith journey. He opens up about his struggle to find meaning in life. How his battle with anxiety and low self worth eventually lead to despair. No longer did the Catholic Church seem relevant. God seemed dead. How did things change? That is the rest of the story. Audiences will:
• learn why God created them
• understand what happens when we live in contradiction to God's purpose
• be inspired to a greater purpose in life
• gain a higher appreciation for God's personal love
• be challenged to make a personal decision of faith.

Day 2, Tuesday, March 3: Living With An Eternal Perspective Do you have a life goal: a clear vision of the type of person you want to become and a plan of how to get there? Most people do not. They float through life, living day to day, never giving any thought to the last moment of their life. If we have no vision, we lose our way. In this presentation Ken shares a riveting personal experience of being mugged in the jungles of St. Lucia, and how facing death greatly influenced his world view. Audiences will:
• be inspired to live with an eternal perspective
• be reminded that sainthood is possible for all
• learn the two things we can bring into heaven with us • learn 3 spiritual principles to apply in everyday living, that will help us grow in holiness

Musical Eucharist Adoration immediately following the talk each evening.

Get a free talk by Ken Yasinski. Text the word FREETALK to 44222

Want to learn more about Ken Yaskinski's thoughts on the following topics?  Check out these YouTube clips:

3 Ways God Answers Prayers

Catholic Saints (Decisions That Lead to Heaven)

Catholic Parenting (tell your kids this) (This video includes my wife, Janelle)

How to Get Motivated

How to Deal with Disappointment

Living a Life of Meaning

God Where Are You?

Director of Christian Formation
920-921-0580 ext.136

Eucharistic Ministers to Homebound and Nursing Homes

March 7, 2020

On Saturday, March 7, Father Ryan Pruess will be doing a required retraining of all Eucharistic Ministers to the Homebound and to the Nursing Homes. The training will begin at 9:00 am in Sacred Heart Church. The Archdiocese asks that all parishes do this retraining every few years. The retraining should last no longer than 45 minutes. If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact Erin Cobb at the Parish Office at 921-0580.


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

The Gospel of Matthew Explained

March 23, 2020

6:30 pm
Holy Family Hall

Hosted by Fr. Ryan Pruess
Presented by Fr. Juan Manuel Camacho

Free light refreshments provided
Director of Christian Formation
920-921-0580 ext.136

Farewell Fr. Thomas!

March 28, 2020

You are invited to say "goodbye" to Fr. Thomas Naidu, Associate Pastor, as he leaves Holy Family Catholic Community for his new priest assignment in the Dominican Republic. You’ll have an opportunity to thank him for his pastoral leadership to Holy Family during his time here with us. Come wish him well at Holy Family Hall after the 4:15 pm Mass at Holy Family Church on Saturday, March 28. Cookies will be served. If you wish to give a gift, you may either bring it with you to the reception on March 28 (checks should be made out to Fr. Thomas Naidu) or give it to the receptionist at the parish office by Friday, April 3. Fr. Thomas will celebrate his final Masses at Presentation and Our Risen Savior parishes on Easter Sunday. If you have any questions, please call the parish office.

Vatican's International Exhibition of Eucharistic Miracles of the World

March 30, 2020 - March 31, 2020

Eucharistic Miracles

Holy Family Hall
March 30, 6:30 pm and March 31, 7:45 am

March 30, 5:30-8:30 pm and March 31, 7:45-11 am

Miracle stories, scientific study and Scriptural basis for belief in the Real Presence.

Why are consecrated Hosts Changing into tormented heart tissue in city after city throughout the world today?

Presented by:  Faith Based Communications
Director of Christian Formation
920-921-0580 ext.136

Sacred Cloths of the Passion

March 31, 2020 - April 1, 2020

A Rare Opportunity
Don't miss your chance to explore

The Shroud of Turin (Jesus' Burial Shroud)
The Sadarium of Oviedo (Covered Jesus' head on the cross)
The Tunic of Argenteuil (Jesus' seamless garment)

How was the Shroud image formed?
Physical evidence of Jesus' Passion, Death & Resurrection?
Does the Man of the Shroud match Scripture?
Scientific links among these three cloths from Jesus' Passion.

March 31, 6:30 pm & April 1, 7:45 am

Passion Exhibit:
March 31, 5:30-8:30 pm
April 1, 7:45-11:00 am

At Holy Family Hall
Director of Christian Formation
920-921-0580 ext.136

20th Anniversary Mass

July 1, 2020

Holy Family Catholic Community will be celebrating its 20th Anniversary as a parish on Wednesday, July 1, 2020. A special Mass of celebration at Holy Family Church, celebrated by Archbishop Jerome Listecki, will take place at 6:00 pm. This day we also welcome Presentation and Our Risen Savior into our parish family. All are welcome to attend!


Middle School Fellowship Nights

Middle school students are invited to CONNECT! Nights at the Victory Center. See the poster below for more information, and contact Kelly Brochtrup, Youth and Young Adult Coordinator with any questions. 
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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

Faith in Action

Join us for Faith in Action!
Cancelled due to weather for 2/13/2020.

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