December 2020 archive of Parish News

December 2020 archive of Parish News

Parishioner Catherine "Kate" Welsh Pease Passes Away

Posted by Kelli Reutman on 12/29/20

Catherine M. (Curley) Welsh Pease, 97, of New Albany, Indiana, passed away on Monday, December 21, 2020. She was a long-time member of Holy Family Catholic Church. Kate dedicated her life to creating a strong and loving family. She leaves behind a legacy that will live on through her ... Read More »

Fridays for Fathers Resumes

Posted by Kelli Reutman on 12/29/20

Fridays for Fathers will resume on Friday 15 January 2021 at 6:15am in the DAC. We will do the last six sessions of Into the Breach by Bishop Olmstead and the Knights of Columbus. New men participants welcome. See you there. Fr. Jeremy will have the coffee ready!

In Heaven’s Eyes (IHE) Update

Posted by Kelli Reutman on 12/29/20

In Heaven’s Eyes Ministry would like to thank the parishioners and the many volunteers of Holy Family Parish as well as volunteers from other neighboring Catholic Parishes, for helping IHE serve the homeless and needy in our community during a difficult 2020. Special appreciation goes out to our lunch ... Read More »

Resource: Celebrate the Joy of Christmas

Posted by Kelli Reutman on 12/22/20

A team at the Archdiocese of Indianapolis office has put together a free Christmas resource to help the faithful and their families to celebrate the Joy of Christmas! These pages were designed with many audiences in mind; families and single people, the young and the old. All of us are ... Read More »

HFS Hiring an Evening Custodian

Posted by Kelli Reutman on 12/10/20

Holy Family School is looking to hire a custodian to work during the evening hours. This position averages 20 hours per week. If interested, please contact Amy Huber at [email protected]

Homes for Christmas

Posted by Kelli Reutman on 12/03/20

Build a Home for a Haitian Family through Homes for Christmas

More than 2,000 years ago, the Savior of the world was born in a manger with no safe place to lay his head. Today thousands of Haitian families suffer from similar circumstances. Some are homeless; others live in ... Read More »

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