Spiritual Ministries

Adoration and Holy Hour

Eucharistic Adoration
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 about Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament and the wonderful graces that are available to you or if you are interested in being a regular Adorer, or a substitute Adorer of the Blessed Sacrament, please contact Lynn Hamilton.


A Special Holy Hour is held in the Church following the 7:00pm Mass on Wednesday evenings.

 

Contact Barbara Virostek for more information

Bereavement Committee

Please contact the Parish Office for more information, 770-973-0038

Catholic Charismatic Prayer Group

Meets Thursdays at 7PM in Room 201 – Education Building

Leader: Tina Marsico

Contemplative (Centering) Prayer

The Contemplative Prayer group meets on Wednesday evenings at 7:00pm in the Mulroy Room.

 

Contact Michael Brusnahan or Cathy Hightower for more information

Home Extraordinary Ministers of Communion

Home Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion are Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion who have received additional training and are scheduled to take Holy Communion to parishioners who are unable to come to church to receive the Eucharist because they are confined to their home or a special care facility.

 

Contact Diana Reuter for more information

First Saturday Devotions

This group meets on the first Saturdays of each month, beginning with Mass at 9:00am and followed by the rosary. 

Those who devote their first Saturday of the month to the Immaculate Heart of the Blessed Virgin Mary are promised assistance at the hour of death with the graces necessary for salvation. Take part in this devotion with us this Saturday, March 7 and make these requirements on 5 First Saturdays in a row: Go to confession, receive Holy Communion, say five decades of the rosary, and keep Mary company for fifteen minutes meditating on the fifteen mysteries of the rosary.

 

Contact Diane Krawczyk for more information

Fr. Gobbi Prayer Cenacle

Marian Movement of Priests & Laity

Meets Thursday mornings following the 9AM Mass, in the Church

Contact Genny Hoene for more information.

Lay Carmelites

· We are members of the Most Pure Heart of Mary Province
· We are ordinary people on a journey of transformation
· We become a leaven for the transformation of the world
· Carmelites feel drawn to the Lord Jesus Christ and are invited to a deep, constant, personal and living relationship with him
· We embrace Mary - Our Lady - and the prophet Elijah as models
· We find support in an international spiritual family


We are pilgrims following an ancient path. Those who are drawn by the Carmelite Tradition are often pilgrims to places unknown, trusting the testimony of others who have taken the same ancient path. (The Searching Heart -John Welch, O.Carm)

The Call to Carmel is a Vocation
“Carmel is not an organization, even a Christian organization, but a Christian community committed to leading an evangelical life. This vocation, like all vocations, requires not only careful discernment, but careful maintenance as the grace of a vocation implies a commitment to perseverance in that vocation.” (Provincial Statutes I, 4:1)

The Carmelite Spirituality is based on a commitment “To live a life of allegiance to Jesus Christ and to serve him faithfully with a pure heart and a clear conscience,” inspired by St. Paul’s words and proposed by St. Albert as the foundation on which their way of life is constructed. (Con 14).

The Lay Carmelite Community is a spiritual way of life for those answering a special call from God to live their evangelical life under the direction of the Carmelite Order. Hoy Family Members meet on a regular basis and follow a rule of life and prayer. If you feel called to a deeper commitment of your Baptismal promises, feel free to visit the Holy Family Lay Carmelite community the 3rd Saturday of the month from 9:30am - 1:00pm in the Mulroy Room.

 

Contact Genny Hoene for more information

Morning Prayer Group

We meet each day Monday-Saturday at 8:20am to pray the Liturgy of the Hours, followed by the Holy Rosary at 8:35am. Join us to pray for Holy Family Parishioners, the sanctity of life, world peace, for all priests, and for your own intentions.

 

Contact Genny Hoene for more information

Our Lady's Family Prayer Group

This prayer group meets on the 1st and 3rd Friday of the month at 7:00pm in the Church. The mission of our prayer group is to promote and support family prayer in an effort to enrich and increase our spiritual growth in our relationship with God, our Father.

 

Contact Mary Kaido for more information

Rosary Group

This group gathers to pray the Rosary before the 9:00am Mass in response to our Blessed Mother's request. Joins us to pray for all those on the Holy Family prayer line, all priests, world peace and for your own intentions.

 

Contact Genny Hoene for more information

Parents Praying for Their Children

Meets Tuesday mornings following the 9AM Mass in the Church

Contact Genny Hoene for more information.

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3401 Lower Roswell Road

Marietta, GA 30068

Tel:  770-973-0038

Holy Family Catholic Church

Office Hours:

Mon-Thur from 9:00am to 4:00pm
Fri: 9:00am to 1:00pm

Reception Office Hours:

Mon-Fri 9:00am to 1:00pm 

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