Holy Family Catholic Church
Weekly Bulletin January 21, 2018 Third Sunday in Ordinary Time
Weekly Collections Jan. 13th & 14th
Sunday Regular Collection $6,427
Online Giving $380
Other (Candle, Coffee) $119
Weekly Goal $8,500
Latin American Collection: Next weekend there will be a special collection for Latin America. The money from this collection supports pastoral projects throughout Latin America and the Caribbean. Includes evangelization, formation of laity, religious and seminarians as well as youth ministry and catechesis. Envelopes are in the pews. Please put them in with the regular collection.
Contribution Statements: Will be available in the Gathering Space after all Masses this weekend.
K of C Breakfast Next Weekend! In the Social Hall after the 8:00 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. Masses.
Bible Study: Bishop Robert Barron’s David the King. King David causes us to look back toward Adam’s kingship and forward toward Christ the King, seeing Christ as the fulfillment of David’s line and the realization of the Kingdom of God on earth. There will be seven sessions to begin on Wednesday, Jan. 31st . Study guides $27.00. To sign up contact Frank Wells.
Super Bowl Pizza Sale: The Good Samaritans will be selling take and bake Ligori's pizzas after Mass on Feb. 3rd and 4th. Pepperoni, Combo and Veggie Pizzas are $9.00. You make it possible to help those in need right in our own community. Thank You! Enjoy the game!
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.
Eliminating the Sign of Peace: As we enter the flu season, the public has been warned of the severity of this year’s flu strain. In order to do our part to curtail the spread of the virus, we will discontinue the “Sign of Peace” until the threat of the flu season has passed. We have also encouraged the ushers to refrain from shaking hands at the door to lessen the spread of germs. Just a reminder to anyone who feels ill. Please do not receive the Blood of Christ from the cup, especially if you are coughing or sneezing. Finally, the most charitable thing anyone can do who is feeling ill is to stay home from Mass. If a person is feeling sick he/she is not obligated to attend Mass.
Saint Joseph School Now Enrolling 2018-2019 School Year Preschool-Twelfth Grade: Please join us in an open house to see why Saint Joseph Catholic School is “Alive with the Spirit!” Elementary School Jan. 28th 1:00-3:00 p.m. 2980 Quincy Avenue for more information call 801-393-6051. High School Jan. 28th 2:00-4:00 p.m. 1790 Lake Street for more information call 801-394-1515.
Adoration: “Like a sure and firm anchor, that hope extends beyond the veil through which Jesus, our forerunner, has entered on our behalf, being made high priest forever according to the order of Melchizedek." (Heb 6:19) The anchor has been a long-standing symbol of hope. An anchor can hold a ship stationary; otherwise the waves and swells would cause it to flounder about aimlessly. Jesus is our hope when the winds and waves of life buffet us. Regardless of the intensity of the storms, our hope is firmly rooted in Jesus, who never leaves us, but is with us at every moment and in every circumstance.
1/20 5:00pm John Chojnowski +/ JoAnn Vodrazka
1/21 8:00 Howard Hambleton +/ Tom & Linda Nystrom
1/21 10:30 For The People
1/22 8:30 John Chojnowski +/ Friends
1/23 8:30 Darrell Umscheid +/ LueCille Marquardt
1/24 8:30 Patricia Shiramizu +/ Gloria Perez-Jensen
1/25 8:30 Communion Service
1/26 8:30 Patty Lou Olguin +/ Tim & Mary Nouchi
1/27 5:00pm John Chojnowski +/ Debbie & Wayne Leclair