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Dedication of the Altar - 24 Jan 2015

The Mass of Thanksgiving and Altar Dedication took place on January 24th, 2015. The Church was filled to capacity with parishioners as well as many dignified guests, including His Eminence Thomas Cardinal Collins There were many parishioners that contributed to the celebration of the mass but in particular the beautiful music and voices that filled the church really made it a truly special evening. A wonderful reception, organized by the CWL, was held following the Mass. A special thanks to Fr. Laszlo, for his tremendous vision, leadership, and dedication throughout the entire renovation project. Also thanks to Tess Bondoc the parish secretary who planned each and every detail of the Dedication Mass and celebrations. It was such a wonderful way to give thanks and celebrate this truly amazing place of worship.

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Jan and Feb 2015

Dedication of new Altar - 24th Jan at 5pm

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Lenten services - Every Friday of Lent, the Holy Rosary will be recited at 6 p.m. followed by Stations of the Cross at 6:30 p.m. Mass will follow at 7:00 p.m.

Holy Family Parish's Lenten Retreat will be on: Monday, March 16th at 7pm Mass, Tuesday March 17th at 7pm Mass and Wednesday, March 18th at 7pm Mass. Lenten Reconciliation will follow after the Mass on March 18th. Our retreat will be presided by Father Ben St. Croix, CC. This Mission in our Parish is a moment of Grace to all of us. May Easter finds us ready to celebrate our freedom.

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The Holy Family Catholic Parish thanks God for His gifts to us of time, talent and treasure. In following the Lord’s command to “make disciples of all nations…” (Mt. 28:19), each of us will use these gifts in praising God. We will work in the service of our community by encouraging and helping all to reconnect to our Church, renew our faith and rebuild our commitment to God.

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Jan 15 2015

The Dedication of the New Altar at Holy Family

The liturgy of the dedication of the altar is one of the most complex and most profound liturgies of the Church. It stresses the mystery of God’s presence among us; it reminds us that God does not fit into any of our human categories. God is totally other and the liturgy stresses this in treating the altar as a sacred place where God is present and which is set apart from today onwards, exclusively for the worship of God. That is why we will bless and anoint and incense the altar.