Delve deeply into anti-racism work with a 40-day time of learning, reflection, and advocacy! Each day from Tuesday, October 12 to Friday, November 26 (with the exception of Sundays) there will be a new reflection on anti-racism, as well as activities suitable for adults and children. View the schedule here. These activities can be done alone, as a family, or in groups. For every day, during the 40 Days, all of this content will be available as a PDF that you can review, download, or print and distribute! Writers from across the United Church have offered these daily contributions about different kinds of racism inRead More →

Holy Family Parish is hosting this film series beginning Thursday, October 14th at 7:00pm. It will run for 6 weeks until November 18th. Click here for more information! What do Christians believe? What do you believe? What does it even mean to “believe”?The keys that unlock the beliefs of the Christian Faith are stated succinctly in the Nicene Creed, which we profess along with most Christians around the world. Words that roll off our tongues easily, but are often not fully understood, define our Faith. Recent decades have witnessed a surge of the religiously unaffiliated, especially among young people. Many former believers have simply turned their backsRead More →

Available On-DemandSeptember 17th @3pm EST. It’s here: the hustle and bustle of back to school, sports practices, activities, and news headlines. Fall can be a very overwhelming time for Moms when it feels like we have the weight of the world on our shoulders. That’s why we’ve put together the Embrace Fall Mom’s Retreat to help you take a moment of pause to remember you are not doing this alone! The Lord is with you and He is ultimately in charge. Whether on your own or with a group of friends, this virtual retreat is on-demand and can be completed on your own schedule!Read More →

The purpose of this survey is to provide Holy Family Parish with a better understanding of how to best serve the spiritual enrichment needs of its parishioners. The survey is anonymous and aims to identify what parishioners would like to see more of in the current year and going forward. Click here to download and print the survey. Click here to complete the survey online.Read More →

On September 24-25, at Holy Family Parish, we are planning to welcome Bear Woznick, Host of EWTN’s “The Bear Woznick Adventure” Radio Show, the syndicated “Long Ride Home” TV Series, and the author of the books: “Deep in the Wave: A Surfing Guide to the Soul” & “Deep Adventure: The Way to Heroic Virtue.” This Event aims to welcome up to 100 Catholic men, and any other men who strive to deepen their faith. COVID lockdowns were gruelling; businesses were adversely impacted and we began to feel evermore isolated from not only our Community, but also our Friends and Family. Emerging from these lockdowns, ourRead More →

Sunday Children’s Liturgy is going virtual this summer! Join Fr. Wilfred and the children’s liturgy leaders on Zoom. Children’s Liturgy will begin at 10:30 am each Sunday until the end of August! The activity sheets can be downloaded here (link coming soon!) or pick up a copy in the foyer. Click here to join the fun each Sunday this summer!Read More →

Made for Greatness is a monthly outreach event for Catholic Men. Join us at Holy Family Parish on Friday, July 9th at 6:30 pm. The evening will begin with a presentation by Deacon Kevin Harty, followed by adoration & confession at 7 pm and Mass at 8 pm. The topic of this month’s presentation is The Virtue of Love. For more information go to: www.facebook.com/rcmadeforgreatness/ This is the last event of the summer.Read More →

Every June 21st, thousands of Indigenous Peoples celebrate National Indigenous Peoples Day (NIPD). This is a special day to acknowledge the unique heritage, diverse cultures and outstanding achievements of First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples in Canada. Joining in the celebrations is a wonderful way to learn more about Indigenous Peoples and cultures in your area. Under current pandemic restrictions many of these celebrations were virtual in 2021. Links to the live events were shared in Holy Family’s June 20, 2021 bulletin. Parishioners were encouraged to participate and learn about why NIPD is so important. National Indigenous Peoples Day 2021 has passed but many valuableRead More →