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2018 Mission Trips

This summer missionaries from 6th-12th grade will be journeying to serve the poor, bring joy to the downhearted, grow in their Catholic faith, and learn about social justice. Missionaries in 6th-8th grade will be serving in New Paris, Ohio from July 20-23, 2018. Missionaries in 9th-12th grade will be serving around Charleston, SC or Hartford, CT from July 6-15.

Please consider supporting these students in prayer or by purchasing a tasty pizza!

High School Formation Coordinator
(920) 921-0580 ext.131

Window Campaign Update

Holy Family Catholic Community is pleased to announce the completion of the Stained Glass Window Campaign for Holy Family Church. As of January 1, we have reached and exceeded our goal of $620,000!

A resounding thank you to Pat and Mary McCullough, and Dr. Brita McCullough and Joe Shanahan for enthusiastically stepping up to chairing this campaign.

Our deepest gratitude to Director of Advancement, Gail Kraig, for facilitating the entire campaign from start to finish. Thank you to Matthew Rodenkirch, Communications Coordinator, for communications services; to Joe Bird, Kathy Bunge, Mary Ann Adler, Mary Carol Zunker, Janice Elsinger and Kelsey Carter for administrative support; to Paul Thelen for his leadership in many aspects of the project and for maintaining ongoing communication with the designer and her staff; to Al Nicolai for facilities assistance; and to our Holy Family Priests, Deacons and other Staff Members for their help and encouragement

Most importantly, a very special and sincere thank you to all the parishioners and friends of Holy Family Catholic Community who contributed financially to the campaign over the last two years. Your generosity has been overwhelming. Thank you, too, to all those who prayed for the success of the campaign.

A new special fund has now been created to assist in the funding of future capital projects—the Capital Improvement Fund. If you have any questions regarding how to contribute to this fund, and what some of the upcoming projects might include, please contact Gail Kraig at the parish office.

The installation of the final phase of the window will occur in March and the entire project will be completed by Easter. Alleluia!

2018 and Mass Intentions

In order to be compliant with the Archdiocesan guidelines regarding Mass Intentions, we will now have only two Masses per week with multiple Mass intentions (intentions from more than one person). Each multiple intention will have room for up to five requests. All other Masses will have intentions from only a single person.

An intention comes from a person who wants the Mass intention. The request can be for just one person or for a number of names (example: mom, dad, grandma, grandpa). That means if all five individuals follow this example for a single Mass, there could be 20 names mentioned.

The good news is that the stipend for a Mass intention is still $10.00 per Mass. The stipend can be mailed in, dropped into the collection basket, or a credit card can be used when calling.

We are ready to take Mass intentions for the first half of 2019.

Thank you for your patience as we embrace these changes. If you have additional questions, please feel free to contact Karen at (920) 9210580, or kboede@hffdl.org.

Administrative Assistant, Clergy Secretary
(920) 921-0580 ext.125