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Faithful Citizenship in our Archdiocese

You can find these resources at: www.archmil.org/offices/social-justice/Faithful-Citizenship.htm

Elections are a time for debate and decisions about the leaders, policies, and values that will guide our nation. The bishop’s Forming Consciences for Faithful Citizenship gives pastoral guidance to help Catholics exercise their political responsibility in light of our faith. This teaching document integrates new policy developments in the U.S. as well as new papal teachings, including those of Pope Benedict XVI and Pope Francis.

Faithful Citizenship is not a voter’s guide or a scorecard of issues. It doesn’t offer direction on how to vote, tell Catholics who to vote for, or offer guidance on which candidate or party best reflects the Church’s moral framework. Instead, it shares Church teaching to help assess political platforms, campaigns, and some of the important issues that face our communities and world today.

“We need to participate for the common good. ” -Pope Francis

 

Nusery Coordinator

Holy Family is looking for a Nursery Coordinator at Holy Family Church to oversee the Children’s Nursery during the 10:15 am Mass. Hours will be every Sunday from 9:45 to 11:45 am in the Nursery at Holy Family Church.

Responsibilities include:

¨ Supervising and providing activities and play experiences for the children who are being cared for in the Nursery.

¨ Ensuring that safety and best practices/procedures are in effect.

¨ Scheduling and confirming volunteer help in the nursery.

Requirements are:

¨ Must have an appreciation and love of children and experience with child supervision/babysitting/children’s activities and play.

  • Must be a practicing Catholic.
  • Must be 21 years of age or older.
  • Must have the ability to lift 50 lbs.
  • Must agree to attend Safe Environment Training (one time class), give permission to undergo a criminal background check, and sign the Code of Ethical Standards for the Archdiocese of Milwaukee.

Pay is commensurate with experience. Person who is hired for the position must be able to begin the next Sunday, within two weeks of hiring.

Send resume to Gail Kraig, Director of Parish Operations, at gkraig@hffdl.org or mail to Holy Family Catholic Community, 271 Fourth Street Way, Fond du Lac, WI 54937.

 

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

Men's Support Group for Sexual Integrity

Are you a man struggling to get free from habits of lust and pornography? The Sons of St. Paul is a new group of men at Holy Family parish gathering to support one another in this quest for true freedom. We recognize that pornography is a spiritual and social epidemic afflicting over 64% of men attending churches in the United States. Porn is a global industry that teaches us to use people as objects and catechizes its consumers in selfishness. Those in its grip often believe they are the only one struggling, or that they have no hope of being forgiven or set free. But these are lies. We firmly believe that “where two or three are gathered in my name, there am I in the midst of them.” (Matt 18:20) And so, we gather to be strengthened in Christ and in the serenity, courage, and wisdom that spring from our mutual support of one another. Confidentiality is strictly preserved. Contact Fr. John for details of when and where the Sons of St. Paul meet: jmitchell@hffdl.org.

 

Associate Pastor
(920) 921-0580 ext.112