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Spring Fling Carnival: April 26, 2015

Spring Fling Carnival: April 26, 2015

  The annual Spring Fling carnival is Sunday, April 26, 2015. The Holy Family tradition begins at 11:30 a.m. and continues until 2:30 a.m. Have your fill of family fun, cake walks, dunk tanks, inflatable big toys, tasty food and live music. Adult meals cost $4; child’s meals are $3 for anyone under 10. Unlimited game passes are $5. Individual tickets are 25¢ each. Ms. Davis is looking for volunteers for all kinds of jobs. Come outside and talk … Read entire article »

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  Subscribe to Holy Family’s Email list to get early announcements of parish events, notices of deaths in the parish, and other important timely issues. You will receive an email about once per week. You may unsubscribe at any time. Subscribe to our mailing list * indicates required Email Address * First Name Last Name // … Read entire article »

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The Truth about the Reformation: Calvin’s Reformation

The Truth about the Reformation: Calvin’s Reformation

Third Session: Luther’s Reformation May 12, 2015    7:00-8:30 p.m.    Holy Family’s Heiring Auditorium   John Calvin (that’s not his real name) was and remains a mysterious personality. But his thoughts and writings may be even more important than Luther’s. Luther invented Protestantism, but Calvin shaped it. Learn how Calvin created a Protestant city-state at Geneva which maintained its own “inquisition” while encouraging the spread of Calvinism elsewhere, especially in France. Hear the truth about the infamous St. Bartholomew’s … Read entire article »

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Catechesis: Hearing and Teaching the Good News

Catechesis: Hearing and Teaching the Good News

by V. Rev. Jovita Okonkwo   HEAR THE TREES Only people who live in the Western hemisphere clearly understand springtime. However, many do not understand that spring is another word for Lent. Those who live south of the equator do not have springtime, neither do they have autumn and winter. Weather-wise, they have all summer. Yet, they understand springtime through the other expression for it, which is Lent. Hence, the Church uses the Latin word Quadragesima meaning (Fortieth) … Read entire article »

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Girls: How to Find your Soulmate without Losing your Soul

Girls: How to Find your Soulmate without Losing your Soul

    Navigating the world of dating during the teen years has never been more challenging. And for young women of virtue trying to ‘figure it all out’ without losing your way is even more demanding. At some point, every woman needs reassurance that she—and her standards— are not the problem. In How to Find Your Soulmate without Losing Your Soul, you’ll discover twenty-one strategies to help you find the way. If you are (or know) a young … Read entire article »

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Notes from the Knightstand: Preparing Jesus’ Body for Burial

Notes from the Knightstand: Preparing Jesus’ Body for Burial

BY MARTIN REIDY Three crosses set upon the hill silhouettes against the dawn their outstretched arms now empty their deeds of death now gone. Now upon the center cross was there nailed our King to pay the price for sins that upon that cross we bring. He is, indeed, the Promised One given by God we know and by such was Evil done to One who loves us so. So now we think upon this deed and the coming Easter morn the holy gift of Death and Life by which we … Read entire article »

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MOVED TO FALL: How to Teach your Kids True Love

MOVED TO FALL: How to Teach your Kids True Love

  Due to snow in early March and our April presenter’s taking a job outside of Tulsa, the final two sessions are going to be moved to early fall. Topics for this fall will include When is my child ready to begin Dating? and Modeling Chastity in our marriage. … Read entire article »

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