“You Are Never Too Bad to Come in and Never Too Good to Stay Out”
ALTAR SERVERS: Boys and girls from 3rd grade and above who assist the priest at the liturgy.
For more information please contact Frank Barrientes at email@example.com.
Holy Family Catholic Church - Edinburg, Tx
ST. VINCENT DE PAUL (FOOD PANTRY): Is a Ministry composed of volunteers. We provide needy families with food once a month, payment of utility bills once a year, and free clothing. The hours of operation are from 9:00 am to 12:00 (noon) every Wednesday. Please contact Robert/Bea Salinas 956-345-5042.
THE SUNDAY ONE O’CLOCK CHOIR: Is under the direction of Mr. Isidro Sepulveda, Jr. It is our goal to use the musical talents God has given us to help spread his message through music and song. Prayer is the best defense we have against the worries of the world and when you pair music and prayer it is a very powerful tool to help spread Gods love. Spreading the good news through music will be a testament of the choir’s commitment to our faith.
LECTORS: Reader who proclaim the Scriptures at Mass and other services. For more information please contact Martha Barrientes at firstname.lastname@example.org
CLASES de BAUTISMO en ESPANOL: Preparan a padres y padrinos de familia que desean bautizar a sus ninos en la fe Catolica, la sesion incluye la teologia del Bautismo, el simbolismo dentro del sacramento, y la vocacion de los padres y padrinos.
QUINCEANERA MINISTRY: Prepares young people as they reach 15yrs of age to a commitment in renewal of their faith, to express a deeper participation in the life of the community of Faith and their commitment in the life and work of the parish community.
BAPTISM CLASS MINISTRY: Assists parents who desire Baptism for their child, the session includes the theology of Baptism, the symbolism within the sacrament and the vocation of parents and sponsors.
ALTAR and ROSARY SOCIETY: The two main functions of the Rosary & Altar Society are the cleaning of our church and care of the altar. We decorate the church for the liturgical seasons, and are responsible for the care of the altar linen. We also encourage the recitation and devotion to the Holy Rosary and our Blessed Mother who always leads us to her son, Jesus.
Meetings are held as needed, on the First Tuesday of the month @ 6:30 p.m. in Church or CCD Building.
For more information please contact Martha Barrientes at email@example.com
CCD CATECHIST CHOIR: Lifts praise to God and to lead His people in worship when we gather for Sunday Mass (as needed).
"Let everything that has breath praise the Lord." Psalm 150:6
RELIGIOUS EDUCATION(CCD): Where "Catechesis aims to bring about in the believer an ever more mature faith in Jesus Christ, a deeper knowledge and love of his message, and a firm commitment to follow him." as stated in the National Directory for Catechesis 19. Our program relies on volunteers to serve as catechists, classroom aides and hall monitors.