As a service to the parishioners of Holy Family Parish, we are offering Automatic Bank Drafting as an option to use to make monthly contributions to the General Fund and The Jubilee Campaign: The Next Steps Fund. If you choose to take part in this service, click below to print out a form. You are asked to fill out the form, attach a voided check and return the form to the church office. You may either place your form in a sealed envelope labeled Automatic Bank Draft and drop it in the collection at mass or mail it to our office. Accounts are drafted on the 10th of each month.
WEEKEND MASS TIMES
8:00 & 10:30 AM
WEEKDAY MASS TIMES
MONDAY: NO MASS
TUESDAY: 5:00 PM
WEDNESDAY: 5:00 PM
THURSDAY: 8:00 AM
FRIDAY: 12:00 NOON
SATURDAY: 3:00 - 3:30 PM
(OR BY APPOINTMENT)
474 N JEFFERSON AVENUE ● PORT ALLEN, LOUISIANA
When the bow appears in the clouds,
I will see it and remember
the everlasting covenant
between God and every living creature
—every mortal being that is on earth.
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A Pastoral Letter Against Racism
.A Family Of Faith……
The 100th year celebration begins
Mark your calendar- September 12, 2021
Please contact Jennifer LeJeune, DRE at 336-4463 or
jlejeunehfc.gmail.com if you are interested in helping with this
A Message from Bishop Duca
SAFE HAVEN SUNDAY - FEBRURY 28, 2021
Pornography has become more prevalent than ever. Oversexualization in entertainment has become the new norm and our devices have given us constant availability and accessibility to anything we could ever want at the push of a button.
The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops wrote a formal statement to express the Catholic church’s stance on pornography entitled “Create in Me a Clean Heart: A Pastoral Response to Pornography.” In the publication, it states, “The use of pornography by anyone in the home deprives the home of its role as a safe haven and has negative effects throughout a family’s life and across generations.” On the Second Sunday of Lent, February 27th and 28th of 2021, we, as a Diocese, will begin implementing an anti-pornography campaign entitled “Safe Haven Sunday.” We invite parishes within the Diocese to help raise awareness of the dangers of pornography and provide families with these tangible resources for making homes a “safe haven.”
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Confident: Helping Parents to Navigate Online Exposure
Given Governor Edwards' recent announcement and changes to COVID guidelines in the State of Louisiana, a variety of questions have arisen. Despite these new recommendations, it is my desire that our current protocols regarding pastoral life and worship remain the same. These include continued adherence to mask wearing, practicing physical distancing (accomplished by using every other pew), and retaining current protocols for hand and building sanitization.
Most Reverend Michael G. Duca
Bishop of Baton Rouge
Easter Thoughts from Fr. David