2016 Holiday Schedule

Sunday, December 18th

2:00 p.m.
The Cardinal's Christmas Concert

Saturday, December 24th - Christmas Eve

5:00 p.m.
Vigil Mass of the Nativity of the Lord Featuring the Historic Rice-Frobenius Organ and Brass

9:30 p.m.
Christmas Carols

10:00 p.m.
Mass for the Nativity of the Lord

Sunday, December 25th - Christmas Day

9:45 a.m.
Christmas Mass

Sunday, January 1st, 2014
New Year's Day - Feast of Mary, Mother of God

9:45 a.m.
Mass for the New Year

Sunday, January 8th - The Feast of the Epiphany

9:45 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.
Mass


Pastor
Rev. Michael Gabriel
frmike@holyfamilychicago.org

Deacons
David Keene
dcndave@holyfamilychicago.org

Religious Ed Coordinator
Jim Bruton
jim@holyfamilychicago.org

Business Manager
Sharon Van Den Hende
sharon@holyfamilychicago.org

Office Assistant
Sally Gregosanc
sally@holyfamilychicago.org

Masses
Sunday: 9:45 a.m. & 5:00 p.m.

Confessions
Sunday mornings: 8:45 - 9:15

Weddings
Arrangements at least six months in advance
Wedding Intake Form may be downloaded here

Wedding photos courtesy of:
Lifework Images


Read the full article in the In the News section.

November, 2016

May the Light of Christ bring the warmth of God’s love to your home and hearts!

On a Christmas morning, when I was a child, I remember my eyes popping out of my head. Standing next to the Christmas tree with a red ribbon was a beautiful sled. It was the one thing I thought we would not get. When I realized it had my name on it, I couldn’t stop smiling! I had to wait until we went to church before I could go out and try it. I never sang, “O Come all ye Faithful” so loud and fast as I did that year. Right after Church while dad was making breakfast, I took the sled outside. Even though my excitement diminished a bit as I faced the reality that I lived living in a flat city and the hill of snow on the street was only about 2 feet, Christmas was still miraculous because the one thing I gave up hope on getting became one of my most memorable gifts.

This coming July, Holy Family will celebrate its 160th Anniversary. Over all these years the miracles of Christmas have never ceased. Over the years, Holy Family eyes still grow big, when the faces of parishioners and guest arrive at the Church. Likewise, Holy Family eyes grow big the last 160th years by the generosity of parishioners and friends who believe we can make miracles happen by working together.

The miracle wish I have this year is really quite a simple one, I pray that as we celebrate this historic anniversary, our worship and unity as a parish will be tied together inside our beautiful church, just like the ribbon around that sled so many Christmas ago.

I invite all of you to join us at one of our Christmas masses, to make this miracle happen. With all of us singing together, the eyes of the Christ Child will be big with wonder and love.

Rejoice in Christ,

Fr. Michael Gabriel and Pastoral Staff
Holy Family Parish


Job Opening: Music Director

The Director of Music Ministry is a professional who holds credentials in music and has a thorough understanding of the Roman Catholic liturgy.

Read the full job description here.


Website News

November 2016

We are working on a website redesign - to launch in early 2017. Stay tuned for more updates!


Transformation Update

February 2016

We plan to provide quarterly updates about new initiatives, progress and growth. Overall the response of our parishioners to become involved in new ways has been tremendous! Your ideas and participation are always welcome. Thank you!


The Healing Garden at Holy Family Parish was dedicated on June 9, 2011. It was featured on the ABC-7 program Sanctuary. Learn more about the garden at healinggardenchicago.org.

Acts of Recovery by Michael D. Hoffman, Healing Garden founder and an abuse survivor, is now available. Learn more here.

 


2014-15 Parish Fiscal Year Report now available

Download our Report

This document is in Adobe Acrobat format. The free version of Acrobat Reader may be downloaded here.


“The Miracle on Roosevelt Road” is available for purchase: