Holy Family Catholic Church
Weekly Bulletin September 24, Twenty-Fifth Sunday of Ordinary Time
Weekly Collections Sept. 16 & 17
Sunday Regular Collection $6,037
Online Giving $790
Other (Candle, Coffee, CRE) $465
Maryknoll Mission $2,288
Weekly Goal $8,500
Special Collection For Priest Retirement today, please use special envelopes.
Knights of Columbus Breakfast Today! In the Social Hall.
Hurricane Irma Relief Collection At the recommendation of the U.S. Catholic Bishops Conference, Bishop Solis has asked parishes in the Diocese to take up a special collection to provide relief for the hurricane victims in Florida. The collection will be taken up as a second collection at all Masses next weekend, Sept. 30th and Oct. 10th. Thank you for your generosity.
DDD Our goal is $85,000, $78,025 has been pledged and $72,321 has been paid, our current shortfall is $6,410. If you have made a pledge please continue to pay it, if you have not donated to the DDD please do so. If Holy Family does not meet the goal of $85,000 the difference has to be paid with parish funds.
Cub Scout Pack 461 is having their annual Popcorn Fundraiser. Scouts will be selling popcorn after all masses this weekend. Please come and support the scouts. 70% of the proceeds come back to our pack. Questions, please call Bridget Ortiz at 801 814-4534.
HFCCW Spaghetti Dinner Join us for the annual Holy Family Spaghetti Dinner which will be held on Oct. 14th from 5:30 to 8:00pm in the Social Hall. Tickets are on sale now after all the masses for the next 3 weeks. Adults are $10.00, Children 12 to 6 yrs. $5.00, 5 and under free. BYOB. We will be raffling off several gift baskets, so bring family and friends for an evening of food and fun.
HFCCW Meeting Please join us on October 4th at 6:30pm in the Social Hall for our monthly CCW meeting. We gather to share our spiritual journeys and share old and new friendships. All are welcome! Bring treats to share if you would like. We look forward to seeing you there. God Bless! Karen Fawbush, President CCW 801-549-8320.
Diocesan Development Drive Chair Person Needed. The DDD helps many ministry’s throughout the Diocese. Please consider to share of you Time and Talent. If interested please call the office 801-479-1112.
October Parish calendars available in the Gathering Space.
Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults Are you interested in becoming Catholic or in completing your sacraments? Please join us in the Educational Building at 9:00am. For more information contact Marcy Thaeler at 801-479-0749.
Catholic Woman's League Fall Benefit Luncheon Saturday October 14th, at Little America Hotel, 11:00am social hour followed by lunch. There will be drawings and a fashion show. This years beneficiaries are Saint Marguerite Catholic School and Volunteers of America. Tickets must be purchased in advance $38 per person, tables seating for ten are available for $450. Mail reservations with payment and seating requests by October 6th to Jenny Maffuccio 377 East 12th Ave, SLC, Utah 84103, or for more information call 435-640-1101.
Adult Choir regularly sings for the Sunday morning 10:30am Mass and is open to adults and high school students. New singers are always welcome. Rehearsals are on Thursday nights from 7:30-9:00pm with a warmup practice at 9:45am before Mass on Sunday mornings. Please contact Choir Director Dr. Myron Patterson at 801-583-1923 with questions or for more information.
Fundraisers/Activities if you are doing a fundraiser on the campus, putting a posters up, or if you need to put a flyer in the bulletin please go through the office. Thank you!
Stewardship, What does the Bible say about Giving? In an misquoted verse, St. Paul the Apostle writes “the love of money is the root of all evil”. (1 Timothy 6:10) St. Paul teaches that out Lord realizes we have needs to meet in order to live and to carry out His work. God is, however, a loving God who desires our full commitment with nothing else taking precedence over Him in our lives. That is why the Apostle Paul warns his first century congregation that the love of money is evil.
Adoration “Did I not assure you that if you believed you would see the glory of God displayed?” (Jn 11:40) Jesus was not only speaking to Martha in these words, but to all of us down through the ages. To see the glory of God we must stand in wonder at a gorgeous sunset, in reverence at the birth of a baby, in awe at the dexterity of our own hands. Just as his divine love is without limit, so the manifestation of his love is endless. With the eyes of faith, we can see the glory of God at every turn in the road.
9/23 5:00pm For The People
9/24 8:00 Peleas Manigrasso +/ Tim & Mary Nouchi
9/24 10:30 Mr. Beecher Hunter/ Carl & Margaret Leuschner
9/24 8:30 Linda Spiers +/ Madeleine Birch
9/25 8:30 Msgr. Sweeney +/ Kim & Kathryn
9/26 8:30 Msgr. Sweeney +/ Kim & Kathryn
9/27 8:30 Communion Service
9/28 8:30 Glenn Wimer Sr. +/ Glenn & Connie Wimer
9/29 5:00pm Fr. David Altman/ Carl & Margaret Leuschner