‘Pitch-In with a Priest’ meals are simply an opportunity for me to get to know you and vice versa in a smaller more friendly setting. They consist of pitch-in styled meals at the homes of parishioner families who have volunteered to host. The group sizes are limited in order to keep them manageable and so […]
POSITION AVAILABLE: Volunteer Catechist for the Catholic Faith Formation (CFF) Program Skills Needed: Love of the Catholic faith, desire to pass said faith on to next generations, enthusiasm, creativity, excitement, a concern for children. An ability to laugh at yourself is a plus, but not required! Job Status: Part-time; 9:00 am – 12:00 pm one […]
Holy Family Girl Scout Troop 1654 is looking for a leader for each of the following groups Daisy (kindergarten and 1st grade), Brownies (2nd and 3rd grade), and Juniors (4th and 5th grade). If you are interested in leading any of the groups please contact Susan Wilkes at 484-624-9184 or Lisa Schaffer at 812-987-7987.
The Catholic Faith Formation (CFF) year begins August 11, 2018, just around the corner. If your child K-12th grade attends a public school, this program is an opportunity, and an expectation, for your children to receive religious education and faith formation. Classes are held monthly from 9:00a-12:00p on a Saturday morning for grades K-8. High school is to […]
We are excited to welcome Fr. Jeremy Gries as the Pastor of Holy Family Parish! We are looking forward to working together to continue building the Kingdom of God! Check out Fr. Jeremy Gries’s Biography here!
Holy Family School has job opportunities in the Preschool and Childcare ministries (ages 3-5) for the upcoming 2018-19 school year. If you are interested, please contact Karla Coots at (502) 609-1673. Holy Family School is also looking for a reliable, education oriented, individual to join our aftercare staff for the 2018- 19 school year. The hours are from […]
“My mother and brothers and sisters are those who hear the word of God and do it.” The gospel today has been cited over and over again as proof of two things: first that Jesus had sisters and brothers, hence Mary did not remain a virgin and, two, that Catholics are wrong to ascribe any particular […]