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Calling all parishoneers!

Advent Parish Mission

Join us December 17th and 18th for two evenings of presentations by Sr. Mary Augustine, Sister of Reparation to the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus. Please see the schedule by clicking here!

Want the Infant Jesus in your home?

Schedule to reserve the Infant Jesus statue for one night at your home to prepare for the Feast of Presentation of the Lord!

Each family would have the Infant Jesus statue for a day, adore the Lord, pray the prayers we provide and then return to the Church office.
Call the parish offices with any questions: Holy Family: (563) 322-0901 - St. Alphonsus Church: (563) 322-0987

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Four people receive the Sacraments of Initiation this Easter Season

This Easter season, four people have entered our church to celebrate the Lord's resurrection from the dead. Through His Death, Christ destroyed our bondage to sin; through His Resurrection, He brought us the promise of new life. By entering our church this year, they are joining billions of Catholics around the world who celebrate Easter as the end of sin and death, and start of new life in Christ.

Welcome to Holy Family

The place where God dwells

Welcome to the Holy Family Parish, a place of a caring and gracious spirit ― a spirit directly attributable to Christ’s presence in the church’s life and people. We minister to all backgrounds, including families and students.

Love the Lord

Be Closer to God

At Holy Family Parish, you can spread the love to everyone, reach lost & broken people and meet them right where they are. Our church is a place where people share love and care for one another.

Pray with us

Join the Prayer

Become a part of the Holy Family and experience how the word of God changes lives. Feel free to join our church and the community of Holy Family that will help you on your way to discovering the power of Jesus Christ.

Welcome! We love God!

We aim to express our love of Jesus Christ by living the will of the Father.

As part of the parish community of Holy Family, I welcome you and invite you to become involved in our various ministries. Whether you get involved in faith formation, parish council or any of our ministries, your presence will be welcomed.

I look forward to seeing you at Mass and in one or more of the ministries of our church. With the intercession of our Holy Family, we ask for their continued blessing on our church and parish community.

Lastly, feel free to review our parish events, ministries, and news by clicking the BULLETIN button below.

Sincerely in Christ,
Fr. Nicholas.

Mass Times

Tuesday - Thursday: 7:15 AM
First Friday: 5:30pm
Wednesday: 8:30 AM and 1:30PM (School Mass)
Saturday: 4:30 PM
Sunday: 7:30 AM, 9:00AM

Praise & worship

Our Sunday Morning Service is filled with worshipful music. We offer a mixture of classic and contemporary songs that blessed us.

Spiritual Direction and Counseling

Spiritual Direction at Holy Family offers accompianment on the path to Christ. Contact the parish office for information on pastoral support and spiritual direction.

Join Our Church

A church that loves God and people

We believe that the Church is God’s instrument for ministry here on Earth, and that makes it the greatest force on the face of the Earth. Click the button below to learn more about our advantages.

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Sacraments and Services

Eucharistic Adoration

Each Thursday from 8AM-5PM we adore our Blessed Lord in the Eucharist in our church.


Mass is the central act of worship in the life of a Catholic. Going to Mass is about spending time with God, but also receiving his graces.

Bible Breakfast

Our parish provides breakfast and catechises for the whole family on the Third Saturday of every month at 8AM.


You can easily make one of the life’s most memorable moments fully unforgettable by hosting a wedding at Holy Family.


A funeral service is often held at the church of the deceased with a public viewing before the church service.


The sacrament of Baptism not only gives us sanctifying grace: it also makes us adopted children of God and heirs of heaven.

“What was family life in Nazareth like? In the home of the Holy Family in Nazareth, Jesus, Mary and Joseph sanctified their ordinary life, without doing anything spectacular or newsworthy. They led a life that was to all appearances, the same as that of their neighbours, a life that was important, not because of the material things they did but because of the love that they put into these things, in perfect union with the Will of God the Father.”
St. Bernard of Clairvaux