Holy Family Church

Tuesday: 6:00 p.m.
Wednesday-Saturday: 8:00 a.m.
Saturday Vigil: 5:00 p.m.
Sunday: 8:00* a.m., 10:30 a.m., 6 p.m.
  *Also streamed on Facebook Live

Sacrament of Reconciliation (Confession):
Tuesday: 5:00-5:50pm
Saturday: 8:30-9am; 4-4:45pm
Sunday: 5-5:45pm

Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament: 
1st & 3rd Wednesday of the month from 9am-9pm

 

Office hours are currently Monday-Thursday from 8:30am to 12:30pm. 

Parish staff rotate which days they are in, so we recommend contacting us by phone or email first.

Our office is located at 129 West Daisy Lane in New Albany, Indiana. 

Parish News

Evening of Prayer & Remembrance

With the challenges of the past year, the need to grieve and mourn ... Read More »

SVDP Request: Beds & Bedding

Because of your generosity, your Saint Vincent DePaul Society has been able to ... Read More »

Middle School Youth: Join us for The Jam!

It’s an overnight retreat and lock-in for middle school! Come and party all ... Read More »

Pastor's Notes

5th Sunday of Easter

Christus Resurrexit,Sicut Dixit, Alleluia!!! Christ has Risen, as He said He would, Alleluia!!!

Last ... Read More »

4th Sunday of Easter

Christus Resurrexit,Sicut Dixit, Alleluia!!! Christ has Risen, as He said He would, Alleluia!!!

 

Each Sunday of the Easter Season until Pentecost, the first reading will be from the Acts of the Apostles. This is the only time of the year when the first reading on Sundays is not from the Old Testament. The Church intentionally places Acts before us during this season of Resurrection and new Life because we are to bear fruit in the world just as the early Christians did upon experience Jesus’ Resurrection. If Lent is about Christians attending to their inward relationship with God, then Easter is about Christians attending to their outward relationship with the World in need of the Gospel. Hearing the Acts of the Apostles tells us what we modern-day disciples should be busy about now. Each Sunday of Easter, my homily dives into these deep and important lessons for who we are as Church and how the Church acts. It will be a little exercise in Scriptural Ecclesiology – the study of the Church taken specifically from the Scriptures. The last two weekends, we reflected on how the “Church Unites” and how the “Church Instructs”. If you want to go deeper into what faithful Christian Discipleship looks like, there are few places better than the Acts of the Apostles. The Gospel lives today by our Acts & Actions! ... Read More »

3rd Sunday of Easter (from Kelli Reutman)

Dear Holy Family Parishioners,

My name is Kelli, and I'm the Director of Communications ... Read More »

 

129 West Daisy Lane · New Albany, Indiana 47150 • (812) 944-8283 • [email protected]