Parish Updates

Buy Soups From Local Restaurants to Benefit Those in Need at Soup du Jour – March 19th

Pick up soups including broccoli cheese, chicken dumpling and stuffed green pepper at this year’s Soup du Jour on Saturday, March 19th at Holy Family and Sacred Heart Churches! 


The fundraiser will sell soup donated by local restaurants, businesses, and Holy Family staff to benefit the St. Katharine Drexel Homeless Shelter and Holyland Food Pantry. Soup will be available for $4.00 a container or three containers for $10.00 from 2:30 to 4:00 p.m. at Holy Family, as well as after the 4:00 p.m. Masses at Sacred Heart and Holy Family.


Participating restaurants and organizations include: Avenue 795, A & W Restaurant, Bench Warmers Bar & Grille, Boda’s Restaurant and Catering, Brick House, Downtown Deli to Go/Top Shelf Sports Bar & Grille, Domino’s, Fat Joe’s Burgers and Brew, Friar Tuck’s, Elaine Graf and the Associates of First Weber Realtors, Gilles Frozen Custard, Mancino’s Pizza & Grinders, Oasis, Pamela’s Bar and Grille, Salty’s Seafood & Spirits, Sunset on the Water, and Theo’s 24.

Among Us Catholic Youth Group – Thursdays

Youth grades 6-12 are invited to join the Holy Family Catholic Community Among Us Youth Group for games, small groups, candlelight prayer, and food. The group meets on 2nd, 3rd, 4th, (5th) Thursdays of the month throughout the year from 7:00 to 8:30 p.m. at Sacred Heart School, 678 Western Ave.

Learn about Purgatory as Part of Our Lenten Priest Talk Series – March 22nd

Fr. Edward will discuss Purgatory as part of Holy Family Catholic Community’s next installment of its Lenten Priest Talk Series on Tuesday, March 22 from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. at Sacred Heart Church. The series focuses on the Four Last Things (plus one) that our souls will encounter at the end of our lives and the start of our next. 

Deepen Your Lenten Journey at No Greater Love Lenten Mission – March 23rd

Mission speaker Fr. Brad Krawczyk will share how we can draw closer to Jesus and ready our hearts for Holy Week at the No Greater Love Lenten Mission on Wednesday, March 23rd from 7:00 to 8:30 p.m. at Holy Family Church, 271 Fourth Street Way. This year’s Mission will be celebrated all around the Archdiocese with Mass. The event will also be livestreamed on the Holy Family Catholic Community Fond du Lac Facebook page.

Make Beds For The Homeless – March 24th

Holy Family Catholic Community is engaging in a service project to make beds for the homeless out of plastic grocery bags. Two sessions will be offered for the service project: noon to 2:00 p.m. and 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, March 24th. People of all ages are welcome to participate! 

Men of Christ Conference – March 26

There’s just a week left to register for Men of Christ’s “Reawakening the Catholic Man” at Holy Family Church. The conference will take place Saturday, March 26 from 7:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and include video presentations from Peter Kreeft, Kevin O’Brien, Fr. Cajetan Cuddy, O.P., Fr. Burke Masters, and Archbishop Jerome Listecki, as well as Mass, Adoration, Confession, Benediction, lunch, and more. Registration fee of $25 includes lunch and materials. Call the Holy Family Catholic Community Parish Office at (920) 921-0580 to register. 

Pray, Reconcile, Rejoice: Lenten Day of Reconciliation – April 5th

As we prepare for Easter, priests from throughout the Fond du Lac and Sheboygan area will offer 12 Hours of Reconciliation on Tuesday, April 5 at Holy Family Church from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. as part of the Archdiocese’s Lenten Day of Reconciliation.  Priests will be available to hear Confessions in Spanish from 4:00 to 8:00 p.m. at Holy Family. 


If you are unable to attend in Fond du Lac, St. Peter Claver Church, 1439 S. 12th Street, in Sheboygan will also offer 12 hours of Reconciliation.  

Sleep in Heavenly Peace Bed Build – April 8th – 9th

Volunteers are needed to help Holy Family Catholic Community build beds for children ages 3-17 in the Fond du Lac area at its Sleep in Heavenly Peace Build on Friday and Saturday, April 8th – 9th. The program has a goal of making sure that every child in the city has a bed to sleep in each night. Call Kelsey at (920) 921-0580 ext. 504 to sign up for a shift or to learn more! You can also sign up for a shift by clicking here. This is a great opportunity for service hours!

Community Updates

Free Showing Roe v. Wade Movie - April 7th

Please join the FDL Chapter of WRTL for a free showing of the Roe v. Wade movie on Thursday, April 7th. 


Please click here for additional details.

FdL Public Library Teen Photo Contest - Deadlines April 1st

Through April 1, 2022 the FdL Public Library is holding a teen photography contest for grades 6th-12th. Here are the rules; entries may be emailed to The prize is a $250 Visa Gift Card!


Click here to view the flier.

Prison Ministry - Taycheedah Women’s Correctional

Taycheedah Women’s Correctional is once again open for our donations. They are seeking yarn and material for sewing projects, knitting and crochet needles as well as pattern books. They are anxious for donations.


Any items you have to offer can be brought to the South Lobby office at SMSA now through spring break. Thank you!

Fond du Lac Girls Fastpitch Registration

Please see the links below for information on the FdL Girls Fastpitch Registration.


Majors Grades 7 & 8

Minors Grades 5 & 6

Rookies Grades 3 & 4

5k – 2nd Grade

Junior Ledger Fastpitch Softball

Interested in joining the Junior Ledger Fastpitch Softball program?

Click here for information.

Click here for the liability waiver

Click here for the COVID-19 waiver

Aurora Free Injury Evaluation

If pain has moved you from participant to spectator, call Aurora Sports Health to schedule a free injury evaluation. Performed by a licensed athletic trainer, physical therapist or occupational therapist, the free screening includes a pain assessment and recommendations for treatment or physician referral, if needed.  Click here for the assessment.

Speech Therapy at Aurora Health

Speech-language pathologists or speech therapists work to prevent, assess, diagnose, and treat speech, language, social-communication, cognitive-communication, voice and swallowing disorders. 


Speech-language pathologists work with any age, from infants to adults, to help restore the ability to communicate, eat safely, remember, understand and solve problems.


Have more questions contact us at 920-907-7000 or visit us at

Click here for information.