Parish Updates

Tickets for Living Nativity – Sale Begins November 5th

Holy Family Catholic Community’s Living Nativity is back! Join Holy Family as it retells the story of Jesus’ birth with live animals, beautiful music, and more in this popular event at 4:00 p.m on Sunday, December 5th at Holy Family Church, 271 Fourth Street Way. Tickets go on sale on Friday, November 5th at or the Parish Office for $12 each. 

Children age 3 and under are free, but still must reserve a seat. 

Holy Family Catholic Community’s Free to-go Thanksgiving Meal – Deadlines November 12th

Reservations for Holy Family’s free pickup Thanksgiving meal are due by Friday, November 12. The meal of sliced turkey with gravy, mashed potatoes, green beans, a bun, applesauce, and a homemade dessert will be available for pickup at Holy Family Church on Wednesday, November 24th from noon to 4:00 p.m. Need is not a requirement to reserve a meal, but they are first come first served as only 400 are available. 


To register, please call Erin Cobb at the Parish Office at (920) 921-0580 ext. 301.

Altar Server training – November 22

Mass is the most important thing we do each week, and the service of altar servers at the altar helps us to worship God well. In order to continue growing as altar servers, to understand the Mass better, and to offer a more reverent and beautiful worship to God each week, we will be having a “Continuing Formation” session for all current Sunday Mass servers Monday, November 22nd, at 7:00 p.m. at Holy Family Church. This will be a perfect chance to ask questions about altar serving (or about the Mass in general). Then one of the priests will offer some instruction on serving for the Mass, and some “homework” for you to focus on when serving. Attendance is expected.


If you cannot attend, please email Fr. Edward at

Join Holy Family for Next Holiday Healthy Living Session – November 8th

With the holidays fast approaching, Mary Jo Neumann will teach attendees healthy holiday tips in Holy Family Catholic Community’s Healthy Living program from 10:00 to 11:00 a.m. in the Holy Family Church Hall on Monday, November 8th. 


For more information, call Erin at the Parish Office at (920) 921-0580 ext. 301.

Holy Family Catholic Community to Launch Neighbors in Faith program

Holy Family Catholic Community Parishioners are invited to join in, Neighbors in Faith, to provide assistance to other parishioners who may need help on a volunteer basis with various tasks such as yard work, transportation, housekeeping, or running errands. Those who are interested in providing assistance can submit the following JotForm at Parishioners in need of assistance with various tasks can get connected with another parishioner who is able to offer their services in filling their need. Those who are interested in connecting with someone to provide assistance can submit the following JotForm at Please contact Kelsey Carter at the parish office with questions or by emailing

Building the Domestic Church Session to Discuss, Praying as a Family – November 10th

All parents are invited to attend Holy Family’s Building the Domestic Church Session “Praying as a Family” from 6:20 to 7:20 p.m. on Wednesday, November 10th at Sacred Heart Church with Fr. Edward Sanchez and Marty Ryan. The session will discuss the importance of individual and family prayer in the home, and offer an introduction to how to pray together.

Community Updates

Holiday Wonder Arts and Crafts Expo - November 6th

Saturday November 6, 2021

9 a.m. – 3 p.m.

$2 admission (kids 10 & under free with paid adult).  Held at the Fond du Lac County Fairgrounds Recreation Center.  Booths with wonderfully handmade items such as unique fiber art, Holiday decorations, resin paintings and furniture, wood signs, jewelry, and SELFIES with SANTA!


Like and follow our Facebook page at: Art & Craft Expos – Fond du Lac Recreation Dept for event information and reminders.  We have been featuring a Vendor of the Day along with photos of their amazing handmade crafts.


Click here to view the flyer.

Early Learning Programs at CMFDL - Now Accepting Enrollment

The Children’s Museum of Fond du Lac is currently accepting enrollments in fall and winter early learning programs for children up to age 5 (now through Christmas). Classes are 30-45 minutes in length and filled with fun and learning. 


On Tuesdays children (and their grown ups) can enjoy Mini Monets with teacher Mrs. Andrea Nuss and on Wednesdays children can enjoy Music, Museum and Me with teacher Ms. Kendalyn Ewing. 


Call CMFDL at 920-929-0707 to learn more.