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For use during Virtual Masses: Spiritual Communion Prayer
My Jesus, I believe that you are present in Holy Communion. I love you above all things and I desire you in my soul. Since I cannot receive you sacramentally, come at least spiritually in my heart, as though you are already there, I embrace you and unite myself wholly to you; permit not that I should ever be separated from you.
Weekday Livestream: Join us for our daily morning Mass and the rosary in person or live streamed, Tuesday through Friday this week at 8:05AM PST here on the website, or on Facebook.
Weekend Livestream: Saturday, September 18th @5PM
Our parish now offers Online Giving, a web-based electronic contribution application. We are providing this service so that you have the option to manage your contributions online or with your offering envelopes. This service is safe and secure. And it is convenient for you and for our parish staff. This convenient new system does not require you to contact your bank to sign up or to make changes. You can use any of your checking or savings accounts and the funds will be automatically transferred to our parish bank account. Select the Online Giving graphic to get started!
Holy Family Annual Church & School Picnic
Pope urges people to get Covid Vaccine
Annual Catholic Appeal
What is the Annual Catholic Appeal?
The Annual Catholic Appeal funds various ministries and services throughout the Archdiocese of Seattle. Through your generous giving, our 169 parishes & missions and 74 schools help to provide A Future Full of Hope for thousands of people throughout Western Washington.
How does the Annual Appeal differ from my parish stewardship giving?
Annual Catholic Appeal
Parishes are direct recipients of the ministries and services supported by the Annual Catholic Appeal. In addition, any money received and exceeding the parish assigned goal is returned through a rebate to your parish to use for a stated project or as needed.
Parish Involvement in Elections
Have you ever wondered what our parish is allowed to do when it comes time for elections & campaigning?
Parishes and other IRS-designated section 501(c)(3) church organizations are prohibited from participating in political campaign activity.
We strongly urge all parishioners to register, to become informed on key issues, and to vote. The Church does not support or oppose any candidate, but seeks to focus attention on the moral and human dimensions of issues. We do not authorize the distribution of partisan political materials on parish property. Below are more specific details on what our parish is and is not allowed to do in regards to elections.
What is our parish ALLOWED to do?
*Share Catholic Social Teaching principles
*Encourage voter participation-to register, to vote, to become informed on a broad range of issues, and to become active in the political life of the community
*Support or oppose ballot measures, including referenda, initiatives, constitutional amendments, and similar procedures, is considered "lobbying" activity and not political campaign activity. Parishes and other church organizations can take positions on such measures and work to support or oppose them within the limits of permitted lobbying activity for section 501(c)(3) organizations.
What is our parish NOT ALLOWED to do?
The Church does not and will not engage in partisan politics.
*Do not endorse or oppose candidates, political parties, or groups of candidates, or take any action that reasonably could be construed as endorsement or opposition.
*Do not make available the use of church facilities, assets, or members for partisan political purposes.
*Do not authorize distribution of partisan political materials or biased voter education materials (those that support or oppose—or exhibit bias for or against—any candidate or party) on church property, in church publications, or at church activities.
*Do not invite or permit only selected candidates to address your members. Before inviting candidates, make sure such events are consistent with diocesan policy. If so, it is important that all candidates be invited.
*Do not endorse or oppose candidates for political office.
*Do not distribute partisan campaign literature under church auspices.
*Do not arrange for groups to work for a candidate for public office.
*Do not invite only selected candidates to address your church-sponsored group.
*Do not conduct voter registration slanted toward one party.
*Do not distribute a biased candidate survey.
For more information:
Called to Serve as Christ Campaign
Update: Families at Holy Family have raised $247, 591 in gifts and pledges. These generous gifts come from 30% of our registered families.
If you have still have yet o make your gift, you can do so by calling the parish office, emailing email@example.com or y clicking the graphic to the left here.
The Called to Serve as Christ campaign is a significant investment for future generations of the Archdiocese of Seattle. The campaign is the first in over 20 years for the Archdiocese and aims to raise $100 million to support retires priests, women religious, and all parishes. our parish will soon participate in this campaign, and we need more volunteers for us to b successful. You may be wondering if you would make a good volunteer, the answer is yes. We will provide you with training to be successful and develop how you can best help with this effort. www.calledtoserveaschrist.org/2018yearendupdate
Formed.org Parish Subscription
Formed.org is an online resource you can access through our parish subscription to view videos, scripture study, and so much more. Log-in instructions can be found here:
Archdiocese of Seattle Resources
Archbishop Video Message from May 24, 2021: https://vimeo.com/553104162
Virtual Mass Options:
Come and Be Fed Video Series
View the Videos here: https://archseattle.org/be_fed/
Bishop Mueggenborg’s Sunday Gospel Reflections:
Mass readings and prayer resources: http://usccb.org/
Rosary: Sacred Heart Radio: www.sacredheartradio.org
Stations of the Cross:
At Home with Faith: A weekly prayer and learning resource for families to focus on faith at home. The site includes updates each week for families to read (scripture), talk (discussion questions), and do (activities) to help them grow closer to God and each other. marriagefamilylife.seattlearchdiocese.org/athomewithfaith
The Archdiocese of Seattle recently launched a new website, "Protect and Heal," as a way to communicate sincerely and openly about the clergy abuse crisis. The site provides facts about the crisis and the Archdiocese's response to it, including resources for the victims. Visit this link to view the website: https://protectandheal.seattlearchdiocese.org/
Re-Opening: Limited Indoor Masses
Father Roy, and representatives from Parish Administration and the Parish Council provide updates on the Masses that began at Holy Family starting June 14th by reservation only. Currently, reservations are no longer needed, but many of these changes remain in place.
Our current Masses look different with new guidelines from the Archdiocese of Seattle. Dawn shares the changes parishioners will experience when attending these Masses. Please watch the video for full details.