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07
Jul

Avoiding ‘Historical Dementia’ – Commentary by Cardinal Timothy Dolan

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Please follow and like us: Avoiding ‘Historical Dementia’ – Commentary by Cardinal Timothy Dolan The following commentary by Cardinal Timothy Dolan, Archbishop of New York, was published on the website of the archdiocese on July 2, 2020. ****** Thank God some good can come out of evil.  The horror of […]

11
May

We are eternally connected by the bond of love to our Mothers

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Please follow and like us: The first and most immediate human relationship we experience is with our mothers.  Our mothers devote their time, energy, resources and love so we can grow, develop and mature. As the saying goes, we are our mothers’ children.  We will always be a part of […]

20
Apr

Respect for the Body

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Please follow and like us: Easter is the revelation of the truth of God’s gift of eternal life to us: Christ is risen, and those united to Him in a living bond of friendship in this life will be given the complete fulfillment of that union in the life to […]

17
Apr

Easter Reflections

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Please follow and like us: Happy Easter Please enjoy these Easter reflections from our parish staff. God bless you all. Fr. László  

17
Mar

In time of fear, find refuge in the Lord!

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Please follow and like us:                 Dear Parishioners, Here at  HOLY FAMILY we are striving and praying to lead with a spirit of faith, and not fear. These are uncommon days when fear can wear down even the most courageous and positive person. […]

14
Mar

Can’t receive the Eucharist? Here’s how to make a spiritual communion

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Please follow and like us: For various reasons we may be prevented from receiving the Eucharist at Mass. We may have broken the one hour fast, be in a state of mortal sin, or we could even be homebound, unable to leave our home to attend Mass. In these cases, […]

03
Mar

A Coronavirus Prayer

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Please follow and like us: Jesus Christ, you traveled through towns and villages “curing every disease and illness.” At your command, the sick were made well. Come to our aid now, in the midst of the global spread of the coronavirus, that we may experience your healing love. Heal those […]

24
Feb

Pastoral Letter

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Please follow and like us: Carrying On Our Mission! My dear parishioners, I am hopeful that by now, almost everyone in our parish would be able to say what our mission is if they were asked…our goal for 2018 was to make it visible, relevant, and memorable for all: love […]

09
Feb

“CHURCH PEOPLE” FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions!) PART 4

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Please follow and like us: Over time it is easy to forget or become complacent about things in our lives that once were of great importance and how we think about or are part of the parish community of faith is no exception. Our busyness, distractions and mood can all […]

02
Feb

“CHURCH PEOPLE” FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions!) PART 3

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Please follow and like us: Over time it is easy to forget or become complacent about things in our lives that once were of great importance and how we think about or are part of the parish community of faith is no exception.  Our busyness, distractions and mood can all […]

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