Parish Updates

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Widows Reaching Out to Widows support group


On Tuesday, September 13th, all widows are invited to attend Holy Family Catholic Community’s Widows Reaching Out to Widows Group from 4:00 to 5:00 pm in Holy Family Hall to learn more about this newly developing group. At this kick-off meeting, those who attend will discuss and plan for what the future of the group will look like.


To RSVP, or for more information, please contact Kathy Koepsell at (920) 904-1065 or




Middle School and High School Youth Group

All middle school and high school students are invited to attend the Middle School and High School Youth Groups on Thursday nights.


The groups will meet the first Thursday of each month from 6:30 to 8:30 pm at:


Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary Church

705 Michigan Ave

North Fond du Lac


as part of Cor Jesu, and every other Thursday of the month from 7:00 to 8:00 pm at


Sacred Heart School

678 Western Ave.


Find more information on Holy Family’s website or contact High School Formation Coordinator Andrew Skiff.


Join St. Ambrose Men's Group at Holy Family


Are you looking to strengthen your faith and find fellowship? Join the St. Ambrose Men’s Group for “That Man is You!” beginning Wednesday, September 14.


That Man is You! honestly addresses the pressures and temptations that men face in our modern culture, especially those relating to their roles as husbands and fathers.


The group will meet Wednesdays through December 14 at 5:30 am in Holy Family Parish Hall, 271 Fourth Street Way. The morning will include a full breakfast, a video from the program at 6:00 am, and a small group discussion.



Sign up for Holy Family Bible Study/Small Groups


Do you want to learn more about your faith or the Catholic Church? Do you want to deepen your knowledge as part of a community of your fellow parishioners? Sign up for one of Holy Family’s multiple Bible Studies and Small Groups! Programs are offered at a variety of dates and times as well as on a wide range of topics including the healing power of the Sacraments, understanding the Scriptures, and lifechanging encounters with Jesus.


To learn more about our fall offerings and sign up for classes, visit




Women's Ministry Kick-off Event great for parish women middle-school age and up


Join Holy Family Catholic Community for its Women’s Ministry Kick-Off on Thursday, September 15, from 6:00 to 8:00 pm at Holy Family Church, 271 Fourth Street Way.


The night will begin with Mass, followed by snacks and a social in the Hall. Entrepreneur, instructor, director of Christian Education in Sullivan, and sister of Fr. John Paul Mitchell, Anne Auger, will speak on “Beauty-Full: The Gifts of Womanhood” in a talk perfect for women of the parish middle-school age and up!


Attendees are encouraged to bring a package of size 4 or 5 diapers, which attendees will bundle into a donation for Charis Pregnancy Help Center. Childcare will be available by contacting Sabina at (920) 921-0580.




Children’s Liturgy of the Word in need of volunteers


Holy Family Catholic Community is looking for volunteers to run Children’s Liturgy of the Word at 10:00 am at Holy Family, 8:30 am at St. Peter, or 9:00 am at Sacred Heart. The parish is hoping to begin the program on Sunday, September 18th at Holy Family and on Sunday, October 2nd at St. Peter.


If you are interested in running Children’s Liturgy at any of these Mass times, please contact Trisha Zimmerman at the Parish Office at (920) 921-0580 ext. 503 or



Celebrate the Season of Creation


The Season of Creation is underway!


Holy Family is providing opportunities for prayer, learning, and service in conjunction with the “Season of Creation.” The Season of Creation runs from the first of September through the Feast Day of St. Francis of Assisi on October 4th. The Season of Creation is a Christian movement seeking to instill in the hearts of believers a greater awareness of an integral ecology which encompasses not only care of the environment but also the meaning of the human person and human culture. The treasure of the Catholic Church’s tradition has much to offer this ecumenical movement and Holy Family Parish will be providing a number of opportunities to engage including:


  • Talks by Fr. Justin about “Creation from a Catholic Perspective” (12-Sep) and “What the Saints can Teach us about Stewardship” (26-Sep), a youth service project (15-Sep)
  • An Ecumenical Prayer Service (19-Sep)
  • An outdoor Mass followed by a hike and picnic at Mauthe Lake (24-Sep)
  • A closing Mass (3-Oct).

We will be providing more details in the E-Ledger and on the Holy Family Facebook Page as these events draw closer!




Season of Creation: Blessing of Farm Equipment and Fields


Holy Family’s Fr. Justin Weber will be offering the opportunity for farmers to have themselves, equipment, and fields blessed as we move into the harvest season. If you are interested, please email Fr. Justin at



Enjoy great food, music, and culture at Latin Flavor event

Wish someone you care about was sitting next to you at Mass?

Each person was made for God and longs to live an extraordinary life. Jesus invites each of us into the adventure of an extraordinary life with Him.


Learn how to extend this invitation at My Parish Matters, a training sharing the Gospel with people you care about and inviting them in your parish community. This event will take place from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm on Saturday, September 10 at Holy Family Church, 271 Fourth Street Way.


Registration begins at 8:30 am. Holy Family parishioners can receive free registration by using the code HolyFamilyMatters at


Children's Choir to return September 8


Are you ready to sing? Holy Family Children’s Choir resumes on Thursday, September 15 at 4:00 pm at Holy Family Church, 271 Fourth Street Way. Children’s Choir rehearses every Thursday from 4:00 to 4:45 pm September through May and leads the singing for one Mass per month.


Children’s choir is open to kids in 2nd grade through 8th grade. No registration is required—simply show up to rehearsal on Thursdays and a Mass schedule will be provided to you.


Call the Parish Office at (920) 921-0580 for more details.


Sacramental Preparation closing soon


Sacramental Preparation for Confirmation will close tomorrow, September 9th. Preparation for First Reconciliation will now close on October 10th.


If your child will be entering 2nd or 11th grade this school year remember that Sacramental Preparation is done through your local parish.


Visit to sign up for First Reconciliation and First Communion preparation and to sign up for Confirmation preparation.


Community Updates

No Child Hungry Meal Packing

Silica For Your Home is hosting a meal pack event alongside No Child Hungry on Friday, September 23rd and Saturday, September 24th and is open to the public! (All ages welcome!)


Please help us pack 100,000 nutritious meals to give back to our Community and provide food to those in need!
























For more information or to sign up to help pack meals please visit:


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.