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Weekly Bulletin January 14, 2018 Second Sunday in Ordinary Time

Weekly Collections Jan. 6th & 7th
Sunday Regular Collection $7,002
Online Giving $1,185
Other (Candle, Coffee) $83
Weekly Goal $8,500

Contribution Statements: Will be available in the Gathering Space after all Masses next weekend Jan. 20th and 21st.

K of C Bingo: Jan. 18th at 7pm in the Social Hall. Pizza, hot dogs, light snacks and soft drinks.

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!

Please pray for the repose soul of Mary Ann Fierro. The chapel service will be Monday, Jan. 15th 11:00 a.m. at Lindquist on Washington Blvd.

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.

Taking Communion to the Homebound: Please remember that only those parishioners who are trained Ministers of Communion to the homebound are permitted to take the Eucharist to someone who is infirmed. It has come to our attention that people who have never been trained or commissioned as Eucharist Ministers to the sick have frequently been removing the Sacrament from the Church. Sometimes, on rare occasions, the pastor may ask a friend or spouse to take communion to someone who is ill on a one-time basis but this is only in rare and special circumstances. All parishioner have a responsibility to make sure that the Eucharist is treated with the proper respect and dignity and this can only be done if trained Eucharistic Ministers are taking Communion out of the Church.

Communion Ministers for Homebound Needed: In Matthew’s Gospel Jesus asks, “When did you visit the sick and care for them.” Are you looking for a way to not only fulfill Christ’s command to care for the sick but also to receive the satisfaction of offering comfort to those parishioners in need? Come and join the ministry team that takes Holy Communion to the lonely, sick and shut-in Catholics in our nursing homes and private residences. There is not a huge time commitment involved in this ministry. You can help once or twice a month for a couple of hours. Our Sunday visitation team needs some extra help with this ministry so your willingness to serve on Sunday afternoons would be appreciated. Those wishing to be Extraordinary Ministers of Communion to the sick must meet all the Diocesan requirements to be a minister and approved by the Pastor. It is preferable if you are already a Communion Minister but not required. If you are interested, contact Fr. Bill or the Parish Office 801-479-1112 and we will train you in this important ministry.

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 at 801-479-5303 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Knights of Columbus Free Throw Contest: Will be held Sunday, Jan. 21st, in the gymnasium on the St. James the Just campus (495 N Harrison Blvd). The free event is open to boys and girls ages 9 to 14. Registration begins at 1:30 p.m., with the competition at 2 p.m. A free lunch and Weber State basketball tickets will also be provided to participants. For more information contact Jon Kasper at 801-866-3664.

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.

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: “Rejoice in hope, be patient under trail, persevere in prayer.” (Rom 12:12) A person without hope will suffer depression, disappointment, discouragement. On the other hand, hope will raise our focus above the changes and challenges of life to a peace and joy which the world cannot give. In all of this we can hear Jesus say to us: “Trust me.”

Mass Intentions
1/13 5:00pm Howard Hambleton +/ Bill & Kathy McKay
1/14 8:00      John Chojnowski +/ Laura & Dave Fackelman
1/14 10:30    For The People
1/15 8:30      Patricia Shiramizu +
1/16 8:30      Carl Leuschner/ Margaret Leuschner
1/17 8:30      Patricia Shiramizu +/ Linn & Audrey Graham
1/18 8:30      Communion Service
1/19 8:30      Dennis Setinsek +/ Carl & Margaret Leuschner
1/20 5:00pm  John Chojnowski + JoAnn Vodrazka

 Fr. Bill

As pastor, I welcome you to Holy Family and all of the facilities and events on our campus. If you live in the area please come and register with us so that we might get to know you better. If you are a visitor to the area, then come and join us for worship in our  traditional looking Church which was dedicated October 21, 2008. We welcome all to this place and hope you will feel at home here. Help us to grow in Eucharist as a Holy Family.

On the lower south entrance of the property you will find the Social Hall, the outdoor basketball court, the private house, the Grotto and parking and entrance to the Adoration Chapel.

The upper north entrance brings you to parking for the Church and the Parish Center which currently houses the education center and parish offices. Located in the lower level of the Church are the Adoration Chapel, the Youth Center and the Choir Room.

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