Covid-19 Resources

Re-Opening Church & Masses to our Parishioners
(Updated October 22)

  • Wearing a face mask is required
  • Attendance is limited to 30% capacity (125 people) to maintain social distancing.
  • Pews and regularly touched surfaces are sanitized after each Mass.
  • Tuesday evening and Saturday morning daily Masses typically have fewer people in attendance. These would be a good option for those concerned about the larger Sunday crowds but would still like to come to Mass.
  • Sacrament of Reconciliation has returned to the pre-closure schedule. Times can be found on the home page of our website.
  • The church is open for private prayer from 8:30am to 5pm Monday-Saturday (typically). There is Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament on the first and third Wednesday of the month from 9am-9pm.
  • The 8am Sunday Mass will continue to be live streamed on Facebook and later posted on YouTube.
  • Update: The obligation to attend Sunday Mass in person is lifted indefinitely.
  • It is recommended that those ages 65 and older and those with any underlying medical issues continue remaining at home. The recommendation comes from the CDC and Archbishop Thompson because this is the population most vulnerable to the coronavirus.

The HFNA COVID19 Reopening Protocols were updated on July 23, 2020. Please take the time to read them before coming to Holy Family for prayer or Mass.

 

Updated HFNA COVID19 Reopening Protocols

 

These protocols will be reevaluated regularly as guidance from local and state officials changes. We will continue to update this page and share information on Facebook and in our email newsletter. Thank you for your patience and cooperation in advance.


Join us for Mass!

Whether you are ready to join us in person or not, the Mass is available to our parishioners each weekend. 

Our streaming set up was recently upgraded to provide a better experience to those at home. You can join us live on Facebook Live, or watch it later on Facebook or YouTube. You do not need an account on either platform to watch. 

 

Weekly Materials:

Pastor's Notes - Christ the King (November 22)

Pastor's Notes - 1st Sunday of Advent (November 29)

Latest Bulletin

Mass Intentions: 

Tues, Nov 24 - For healing of Carol Brummet
Wed, Nov 25 - John & Doris Davis
Thur, Nov 26 - Martha Schmitt
Fri, Nov 27 - No Mass
Sat, Nov 28 - Herman & Grace Banet; Albert Schmitt
Sun, Nov 29 - Martha Schmitt; Ed & Rita Christian; Parishioners of Holy Family Parish

Tues, Dec. 1 - Friends & Benefactors of HFP
Wed, Dec 2 - Joseph & Marie Prestigiacomo
Thu, Dec 3 - Dwan Hublar
Fri, Dec 4 - Mary Briscoe & Butch Meyer
Sat, Dec 5 - For all those affected by COVID-19 & for an end to the virus; Parishioners of Holy Family Parish
Sun, Dec 6 - Clara Wolford; Travis Watkins; Ronald Owens

 


Not sure if it's time to return to Mass in person? This decision chart offers some guidance. (Click here to enlarge.)

 


Resources 


Updates

From the Archdiocese of Indianapolis:

From Holy Family: