Holy Family Parish

103 East 3rd Street

P.O. Box 68

Lindsay, NE  68644

 

Bulletins/Documents

Church/School Calendar

School Web Site

Daycare Web Site

 Community Web site

 

Liturgical Celebrations

Masses:

        Saturday Evening 5:00 p.m.

        Sundays 9:00 a.m.

        Weekdays 8:05 a.m.

         

Sacrament of Reconciliation:

Saturday 4:15-4:45 & Anytime on request

New Parishioners: Please come to the parish office any weekday to register for the Parish. We hope you will be active in our parish and will feel welcome in our community.

Sacrament of Annointing:

        Anytime on request

Sacrament of Baptism:

        Anytime upon request – Pre-Baptism

        Instruction will be at the Baptism

Sacrament of Matrimony:

        According to Archdiocesan statue the couple must contact the priest at least eight months before the wedding date can be set or the wedding take place.  Please call the Parish Office to make arrangements and to begin your preparations.

 

 

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   Parish Phone Numbers

Parish House & Office …………402-428-2455

Parish Project Center…………..402-428-2204

Holy Family School……………..402-428-3215

                                                  (or) 428-3455

Holy Family Parish Office Fax…402-428-5205

Holy Family Daycare ................402-428-9070

 

Parish Staff

Rev. James F. Novotny, Pastor

Paula Stone, CCD Coordinator

Andy Bishop, School Principal

Aaron Reichmuth, Parish Council/Finance President

Deb Sueper, President of the School Board

Roy Zach, Grand Knight of KC

Virgil Preister, Chief Ranger, Order of Foresters

Cathy Frisch, President of the Ladies Guild

Bart Johnston, Chairman of the Booster Club

Erica Kurtenbach, Parish Bookkeeper

Our Parish Mission Statement

        The Parish of the Holy Family in Lindsay, Nebraska seeks to be a God-centered community.  We are commissioned by our Baptism, nourished by the Eucharist, and guided by the “Good News” of the Gospel.  We are empowered by the Holy Spirit to use our gifts for the sake of others.

        We are called by the works of worship, pastoral care, Evangelization, education of our young, the building up of the community and justice.  We are challenged to love and be loved, to share and to reap, to forgive and heal past wounds, and to become a more viable, caring people.

Last updated 09/10/2013

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