Holy Family Catholic Church




Holy Family Catholic Church

Weekly Bulletin February 18, 2018 First Sunday of Lent

Weekly Collections Feb. 10th & 11th
Sunday Regular Collection $7,105
Online Giving $625
Other (Candle, Coffee) $168
Church in Eastern Europe $709
Weekly Goal $8,500

Stations of the Cross: Friday’s at 5:30 p.m.

Communal Penance Service: On Wed. Feb. 21st, a communal penance service will be celebrated at Holy Family at 7:00 p.m. Seven priests will be available to hear confessions that evening. Please plan to attend this service if you want to receive the Sacrament during Lent. No additional Confession times will be added to the calendar this year and no Saturday extended hours, so if you want to be assured to celebrating the Sacrament before Easter, this is your opportunity.

Rice Bowls: Provides funding for Catholic Relief Service’s which supports agriculture, nutrition, education and self–sufficiency in communities around the word. Pick up your family’s rice bowl in the Gathering Space.

How does my parish benefit from the DDD? First and foremost, the parish benefits by having a priest to celebrate Mass, and administer the sacraments. Secondly, the ministies supported by the DDD are essential to providing positive Christian witness throughout Utah. In addition to supporting these very important ministries, rebates are given to those parishes and missions who exceed their DDD quota.

Black and Indian Missions Collection: Next weekend Feb. 25th and 26th. Mandated by the III Plenary Council in 1884, the 125 year old Nation Collection for Black and Indian people continues as the embodiment of the Church’s concern for evangelizing the Black and Indian people of the United States. The funds are distributed as grants to dioceses throughout the United States, supporting and strengthening evangelization programs which otherwise would cease. Please use the special envelopes in the pews.

Knights of Columbus: Lenten fish dinner February 23rd in the Social Hall from 6-7:30 p.m.; (following Stations of the Cross at 5:30 p.m.) $15 for adults, $6 for children 12 and under (under 7 free), $50 family rate; tickets will be available after all Masses in the Gathering Space. Come and enjoy the best fish dinner in northern Utah. “Done the way only the Knights do it!”

Boy Scout Troop 461: Will be collecting items for FIMRC Sat. Feb. 24th. This collection aims to support the poor and needy in Nicaragua. A donation box will be in the back of the church (See bulletin insert for specific items to donate). The Boy Scouts will also hosting a bake sale after all Masses on Feb. 24th and 25th.

HFCCW:  Please take time to vote today for the CCW "Woman of  the Year" for 2018. Voting ballots and box are in the Gathering Space. Please vote for someone you feel deserves this recognition. Voting will take place the next 2 weekends. Thank you for your support!  

Holy Family Pack 461 Community Service Project: To benefit Catholic Community Services. The Bear Den will be collecting healthy nonperishable food items now until February 28th. Collection boxes are located in the social hall. The boys will deliver the collected donations to CCS and volunteer their time to stock and distribute donations.

Appreciation Dinner: All those involved in volunteer ministries in our Parish will be honored at a dinner on Wednesday, May 16th at 6:00 p.m. Please mark that date on your calendars and plan to bring your spouse or partner/guest with you.

The Office will be closed Monday, Feb. 19th.

Adoration: “I cannot even understand my own actions. I do not do what I want to do but what I hate. What a wretched man I am! Who can free me from this body under the power of death? All praise to God, through Jesus Christ our Lord!” (Rom 7:15, 24-25) In this reflection Paul meditates on the weakness of our human nature. When he says, “no good dwells in me,” he means that the blessing of salvation comes not from us, but from God. As we recognize the sinfulness of our human nature, we join with Paul in praising God for the gift of his Son Jesus as our Savior and Redeemer.

Mass Intentions
2/17 5:00pm  Lorenza Royselato +/ Phillip, Angie & Debbir Buccheri
2/18 8:00       For The People
2/18 10:30     Ray McDonough +/ Carl & Margaret Leuschner
2/19 8:30       Patty Lou Olguin +/ Tim & Mary Nouchi
2/20 8:30       Nancy Stoeber +/ Alice B. Fisher
2/21 8:30       Nancy Stoeber +/ Alice B. Fisher
2/22 8:30       Communion Service
2/23 8:30       Patricia Shiramizu +/ Daniel & Linda Caballero
2/24 5:00pm  John Chojnowski +/ Chuck & Maxine