Congratulations to Deacon Jim Grebe on the occasion of his ordination to the Permanent Deaconate. We will hold a reception in the Hospitality Room for Deacon Jim after the 8:30 & 10:35 Morning Masses to celebrate this wonderful occasion. All are invited.
"The higher we go, the better we shall hear the voice of Christ." - Bl. Pier Giorgio Frassati, Patron Saint of Young People Young Adults from 19 to 39 are invited to join our kick-off meeting! Join us for our Kick-Off event on Thursday, February 13, 2020 at 7PM in our Parish Center The Night will include praise and worship, a reflefction and games to meet other young adults in the community. For more information join their facebook page: here.
The Best Form of Communication is Prayer Our Adoration Chapel is located down the hall and to the left of the corridor that runs in front of Holy Family's Welcome Office. The Chapel also has an outside entrance to the left of the main doors. Holy Family has Perpetual Adoration from 9:30am Monday through 9:00am Saturday. Come inside and Rest in God's peaceful presence for a few minutes or as long as you want. You will be glad you did. If you are interested in learning more abo
First Friday Devotion February 7, 2020 On the first Friday of each month from 5-6PM we have exposition, adoration and blessing with the Blessed Sacrament. That one hour includes time for personal prayer and adoration in silence, rosary, and scripture reading along with meditation. It is a great opportunity to pray for our priests, vocation to the priesthood and consecrated life; and a great opportunity to pray for your own intentions and for our family, the Church. Please jo
Fr. Miguel's Corner Imagine driving down the road and coming across a sign that says “DO NOT ENTER, BRIDGE OUT!” I think (I hope) most of us would heed the warning and not take that road. If someone does, you could think rightly that either they weren’t paying attention or didn’t believe the sign. Either way, they would find themselves in serious trouble rather sooner than later. The Church is full of signs, symbols and directions all leading us to God and His Kingdom. Script
Join us on Monday, January 27 at 7PM in the Hospitality Room! Ascend is getting revived! Join us to discuss the future of Ascend and how we want to shape it for our community. We are looking for not only suggestions and input but also leaders and those who want to see a community for young adults. We look forward to seeing everyone there to share ideas and enthusiasm. Have a blessed day!
Join us for our Walls of Jericho Week of Healing Masses here at Holy Family. All Masses will be held in the Sanctuary, and celebrated by Fr. Fausto Marquez in Português. Hosted with the Comunidade Brasileira da Igreja Holy Family. There will be no regularly scheduled confessions during this week. The Spanish Mass is moved to 7:30, and will be celebrated by Fr. Fausto in the language he deems most appropriate. Thank you for understanding.
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We are aware that hackers have made several attempts to scam our parishoners out of their hard earned money though email. Holy Family will never request money electronically from you by text, email, or through social media. All requests will be made known in the bulletin, or by the pastor before or after Mass. If you are in doubt, ALWAYS call the parish for an answer. The Georgia Bulletin recently published the article, "How to practice cyber safety this holiday season" which
Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion (EMHC) Training Tuesday, January 28 • 6PM Our EMHCs serve alongside fellow ministers. EMHCs can choose the Mass times and frequency they wish to serve. During the training we’ll walk you through step-by-step on how to serve. REGISTER HERE. Lector Training Wednesday, January 22 • 6PM Saturday, February 1 • 9:30AM Lectors proclaim the Word of God at the Mass so that the faithful may discover anew God’s Word, alive in our assembly. REGIST
We will going to downtown Atlanta to serve. Spots are limited! Sign up here to attend: https://connectnowgiving.parishsoft.com/App/Form/517895e2-15da-47d4-ad99-ce7f54c15db2 Cleared drivers needed! See details in form when you sign up! When: Saturday, February 1st, 2020 Time: 9:30am all will meet at Holy Family Catholic Church in Room 202 upstairs in the Education Building by the Flagpole. After the event we will come back to Holy Family 5:00pm. Cost:
Register to go and pay here: https://connectnowgiving.parishsoft.com/App/Form/9e82670f-19b2-40d2-af21-aa86cf69af1f At Camp Gideon in Acworth, Georgia! Transportation will be in Car Caravan with cleared drivers Cost: $95 that includes accommodations, meals, supplies and a tee shirt Open to any 6th or 7th Grader so you can invite a friend to register too! For a List of what to bring: Click here! Basic Schedule: Saturday, February 15th, 2020 - Eat a good breakfast before you com
Looking for a caring, developmentally appropriate preschool program where a love of God is woven into every day? Come visit the preschool at Holy Family for this drop-in event! Meet staff and current parents, hear about our curriculum, and discover how we guide children in building foundational skills for learning and life in a fun and joyful environment. We might be just the right fit you’ve been seeking for your child aged 18 months to 4+ years. -- ¿Está buscando un program
Join us on Thursday, January 9, 2020 for our Creation Care Team Kick-Off From 7PM-8PM in the Mulroy Room Come celebrate the awe of God’s creation and learn how you can help Holy Family implement energy and resource efficient programs. For more information contact Glenn Bosio at firstname.lastname@example.org or 678-640-5551
Parents, it’s almost time to register for next year! Our Pre-K program has a fantastic record of excellence preparing children for success in kindergarten – both public and private – in our loving, joyful Catholic environment. Join us Friday, January 17th to find out how. We’ll take some time to talk about kindergarten readiness, watch our Pre-K teachers in action, and enjoy a free-flowing Q&A. We can’t wait to show you what we do to help springboard children to success in el