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  • Archbishop gustavo issues decree regarding changes impacting churches in the san antonio archdiocese


    Effective this weekend March 14-15, public Masses in the Archdiocese of San Antonio have been suspended and the Sunday Mass obligation has been dispensed. Decree and Video of the Archbishop informing us of this decree can be viewed above.
  • Calendar of Parish  Meetings and Events

    • March 27 - March 31
      All Weekend Masses have been suspended in The Archdiocese of San Antonio except weddings and funerals under the required conditions of 10 or fewer persons. If you need to contact the Parish office please contact us by calling 830-609-5320 or use parish email holyfamily@satx.rr.com between the hours of 9am-12noon and 1pm-4pm. We thank you for your continued financial support that allows us to take care of our basic needs and to help those in need. Please continue to use your parish envelope or any envelope. If you use a regular envelope please include your full name and the words Weekly offering on the envelope to help us keep track. Offerings can be dropped off at office, mailed to office or consider signing-up for on-line giving on our parish website. It's easy, you can choose how much and when you want to send it in. Plus you can get a record of your givings any time you need it. Thank you again for your continued support.
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    • Sunday, March 29
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    • Sunday, March 29
      Please Click on R.E. News and Updates. Thank you.
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  • Parish Pantry Needs

    Holy Family Parish strives to bring hope and share our blessings daily through our parish pantry and assistance program. That is why we accept donations daily. Thank You for helping to make a difference and for making today count. If you find yourself in need of temporary assistance, please come by the parish offic. All information will be handled with compassion and confidentiality. 
    • Boxes of Macaroni and Cheese 
    • Boxes of Instant Mashed Potatoes
    • Boxes of Vermicelli (Fideo)
    • Boxes of Hamburger Helper
    • Boxes or bags of cereal
    • Boxes of Kraft Spaghetti w/cans of tomato paste
    • Small Boxes of Pancake Mix (add water only)
    • Small bottles of pancake syrup
    • 1lb Bags of Rice
    • 1lb Bags of Beans
    • Small bottles of cooking oil
    • Cans of tomato sauce
    • Cans of corn
    • Cans of green beans
    • Cans of chili dog sauce
    • Cans of tuna
    • Peanut Butter
    • Jelly
    • Ramen Noodle (packages and cups)
    • Bathroom Tissue
    • Body Wash
    • Shampoo
    • Dishwashing Liquid
    • Laundry Detergent
    • Baby Wipes

    Items can be brought to parish office, Mon.-Fri. and can even be dropped off inside the entry of the Church when attending Mass. Thank You for sharing your blessings with others.

    My dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,
    As your Pastor, please be assured of my continued prayers for you, your families and all those affected by this virus. During this time we may have feelings of panic, fear, worry, and doubt. As we read in Isaiah, our Lord tells us to not fear for He is always with us and will uphold us during times of trouble.
    I pray that all spend time in prayer, asking for our Lord’s healing for the sick, protection for those caring for the ill, and for His comforting hands on those who are fearful. A livestream of our Mass will be available oour parish Facebook:
    https://www.facebook.com/HolyFamilyNBTX/  If If you do not have a Facebook account you can go to our parish website and just click the Facebook icon on the upper right-hand corner of the home page and you can see it there. Beginning March 30th I will open the doors from 7am-Noon so if you need to stop by and pray for a few minutes. I encourage you and your family to continue to pray at home. Continue to pray other devotions including the Rosary and Chaplet of Divine Mercy at appropriate times. 
    Holy Family Parish will continue during these times. But in order to continue our work, we need your support. I ask you to pray for our Parish, our Diocese and our Country. I also ask for your continued financial support. Without your gifts, our parish will struggle to continue to take care of our most basic functions. I know these times are challenging, but I humbly ask for your continued financial support so that we may continue our vital functions. Gifts can be made by dropping off your offering at the parish office, using the on-line giving on our parish website hfnb.org or mailing a check to the parish.
    Thank you for your continued support. Your generosity is a blessing to our parish family. May God keep you safe, continue to bless you and your families, and keep us all in His loving care.
    Jesus, Mary, and Joseph, pray for us.
    Fr. Francois

  • +Father Arthur ockwood, msf

    Missionaries of Holy Family announced today that Father Arthur Ockwood died this morning, Friday, March 27.
    This is the second beloved MSF priest to die this month as Father Jim Wuerth died on March 7.
    Eternal rest grant unto them, O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon them. Amen. May their souls, and the souls of all the faithful departed, through the mercy of God, rest in peace. Amen.

  • The Holy Family Prayer

    Jesus, Son of God and Son of Mary, bless our family. Graciously inspire in us the unity, peace, and mutual love that you found in your own family in the little town of Nazareth.
    Mary, Mother of Jesus and our Mother, nourish our family with your faith and your love.
    Keep us close to your Son, Jesus,
    in all our sorrows and joys.
    Joseph, Foster-father to Jesus, guardian spouse of Mary, keep our family safe from harm.
    Help us in all times of discouragement and anxiety.

    Holy Family of Nazareth, make our family one with you. Help us to be instruments of peace. Grant that love strengthen by grace, may prove mightier than all the weaknesses and trials through which our family sometimes pass. May we always have God at the center of our hearts and homes until we are one family, happy and at peace in our true home with you. Amen

         Our Parish Goal for 3 years:       $300,000   
    Amount Pledged: 
    Pledges Received: $68,820

    Percent of  Pledge Goal Reached: 50.3%
    Participation: 28.4%
    "What shall I return to the Lord for all the Lord has given to me?" Psalms 116:12
    Please Pray for a successful campaign!


    2020 Parish Goal: $10,953
    Amount Pledged: $7,935
    Amount Received: $5,279

    "Do not neglect good deeds and generosity. God is pleased by sacrifices of that kind." Hebrews 12:16

  • Word on Fire

  • Knights of Columbus CORNER

              Council # 4183
    111 Landa St.-New Braunfels, Texas

    The Knights of Columbus is open to men 18 years of age and older, who are practicing Catholics in union with the Holy See. To get more information about becoming a Knight please call 830-632-5070 and leave a message.
    Church Activities: Evangelization : There are numerous pamphlets in the Church concerning the Catholic Faith and concerns.  
    For more info. on the above contact the K. of C. Council Office 830-532-5070 . "
    Monday Evening Bingo's: 7:30pm (Doors open at 5:30pm)
    THANK YOU KNIGHTS for providing us with Fellowship Sunday that include Donuts, coffee and juice at Holy Family. We have greatly appreciated!