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Holy Family Catholic Church

Weekly Bulletin March 25, 2018 Palm Sunday

Weekly Collections March 17th & 18th
Sunday Regular Collection $7,344
Online Giving $680
Other (Candle, Coffee, Ad’s, Easter Flowers) $745
Weekly Goal $8,500

Holy Week Schedule
Holy Thursday: No 8:30 a.m. Communion Service.
Mass of the Lord’s last Supper 6:00 p.m. Adoration to follow until 9:00 p.m.

Good Friday: No 8:30 a.m. Mass. No Stations of the Cross.
The Solemn Remembrance of the Passion and Death of Our Lord at 6:00 p.m.

Holy Saturday: No confessions will be heard during Holy Week.
No 5:00 p.m. Mass. Solemn Easter Vigil Service: 8:30 p.m.

Easter Sunday: Masses 8:00 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. Mass with Choir.

There will be no 8:30 a.m. Mass on Monday March 26th. There will be a Communion Service.

Adoration Chapel: The Blessed Sacrament will be removed on Wednesday evening March 28th, and will be returned to the Adoration Chapel on Sunday, April 1st after the 10:30 a.m. Mass. The door to the chapel will be locked from Thursday March 29th thru Sunday April 1st.

On Holy Thursday we will resume Communion from the Cup and the Sign of Peace.

Holy Land Collection: This weekend Palm Sunday there will be a special collection for the Holy Land, please use the special envelopes in the pews. This collection funds support of Holy Places, but above all for those pastoral, charitable, educational and social works which the Church supports in the Holy Land.

This Sunday March 25th, at 3:00pm a concert presenting Dr. Myron Patterson organist, with The Holy Family Schola Cantorum will present a recital of organ and choral music for the Lenten and Easter season.

Knights of Columbus Breakfast Today! In the Social Hall.

Easter Flower Donations: If you would like your loved ones honored, please print their name legibly on the designated envelopes, returning no later than Monday, March 26th.

Diocesan Development Drive (DDD) To those who have made their 2018 DDD pledge, thank you. For those who have not yet made a pledge please consider doing so. Information is available in the Gathering Space at www.dioslcddd.org. Through your support, vital and often life changing ministries are maintained and enhanced. Ministries including: Youth and Young Adult Ministries, Prison and Detention Ministries, Community Peace and Justice Commission, Organizations of Catholic Women, Religious Education, Utah Catholic Schools, Vocations, Mount Calvary Catholic Cemetery, Rural Mission Outreach, Hispanic Ministries, and others.

Knights of Columbus: Would like to thank everyone who supported the Lenten Fish Fry, the Breakfasts, BINGO and all of our other fundraisers. The money raised has helped many charities Coats for Kids, Ultra Sound Machines used for expectant mothers, College Scholarships, Special Olympics and Support of Diocesan Seminarians.

Girl Scout Cookies: Girl Scout cookies will be available after all Masses this weekend.

Eagle Scout Project: Drew Hansen is working on his Eagle Scout Project. He will be collecting aluminum cans to help pay for items in a sensory wagon for children with Autism. He will be collecting the cans for 3 weeks. There will be large plastic garbage cans in the back of the church.

Bethlehem Wood Carving: Will be here this weekend to sale olive wood carvings from the Holy Land. In the Social Hall after the Sunday Masses.

According to the U.S. Catholic Bishops’ Pastoral Letter: Stewardship, A Disciple’s Response, a Christian Steward is: One who receives God’s gifts gratefully, cherishes and tends them in a responsible and accountable manner, shares them in justice and love with others, and returns them with increases to the Lord.

Adoration:Come!” (Mt 14:29) This simple direct invitation coming from the lips of Jesus is addressed to us each day. Come follow him. Come walk in his footsteps. Come walk so closely to him that we can be identified with him. This is our mission in life: to put on the Lord Jesus and radiate him to all we meet.

Mass Intentions
3/24 5:00pm  Robb Hall +/ Bill & Patti Hambleton
3/25 8:00       Bruce & Peggy Glen/ Gerri Archuleta
3/25 10:30     Bruce & Peggy Glen/ Jerry & Jan Luger
3/26 8:30       Communion Service
3/27 8:30       Bruce & Peggy Glen/ Dan & Tess Feank
3/28 8:30      Cpt. W. Kennedy/ Carl & Margaret Leuschner
3/29 6:00pm  Mary & Charles Kennedy/ Carl & Margaret Leuschner
3/30 6:00pm  John Spiers +/ Brad & Madeleine Birch
3/31 8:30pm  Robb Hall +/ Bill & Patti Hambleton

 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.