338 West University Boulevard Tucson, Arizona 85705
520-623-6773
Pray that our Youth will answer God's call to a vocation as a priest, sister, deacon or other role in the church!
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Our regular Mass schedule

 Saturday Vigil Mass:

4:00 p.m.

Sunday:

7:00 a.m.

 

Latin Mass schedule

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday & Saturday 8 a.m.

Thursday 7 p.m.

Sunday, Low Mass 8:30 a.m.

Sunday, High Mass 10:00 a.m.

 

Please call the office for more details and see our

bulletins on this site for weekly updates!

Weekly Bulletins

Here is another way to get the latest bulletin:

http://www.seekandfind.com

Our regular Confession schedule

Confessions are held 1/2 an hour before the Latin Masses

and also before the 4 p.m. Saturday vigil mass.

ALSO: Join us in saying the Most Holy Rosary before the Saturday 4 p.m. vigil mass and please say it daily as part of your prayers!  Here is a link to help you pray: https://www.ewtn.com/Devotionals/prayers/rosary/how_to.htm

Visit our St. Vincent de Paul Society Page!

Find out about the St. Martin De Porres Meal Program

Please Note: *If you need a sacramental certificate please call early and allow 7 business days for processing.

Our St Vincent De Paul food box distribution is on
Saturday from 2:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.

 

 

Meet The Staff That Serves You....  

 

Our Administrator, Rev. Canon Richard von Menshengen - canon.von_menshengen@institute-christ-king.org 

Mrs. Sylvia Cordova, Office Manager - sylvia@hfc.phxcoxmail.com  

 

Parish E-Mail Address, HolyFamilyParishTucson@gmail.com

 

NEW Office Hours:

Monday 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. & Friday 12 noon - 5 p.m.

Our Office is closed on Tuesday-Wednesday-Thursday-Saturday-Sunday

Blessings from Holy Family Catholic Church

 

 

Canon Richard & Bishop Kicanas

Canon Richard von Menshengen is the Parish Administrator of Holy Family Catholic Church.

Holy Family Catholic Church is one of Tucson’s historic landmarks. Built in the Mission style in a Hispanic neighborhood and close to the University of Arizona, it was consecrated on January 14, 1915 by the late Monsignor Henry Granjon, Bishop of Tucson.  Today Holy Family Catholic Church is the home of both Holy Family Parish and St. Gianna Oratory with the Traditional Latin Liturgy.  Holy Family Parish is Tucson’s oldest parish. Its first pastor Fr. Lucas of St. Joseph O.C.D. and his associate Fr. Eduardo of the Child Jesus O.C.D. were beatified by Pope Benedict on October 28, the Feast of Christ the King, 2007. Bl. Lucas and Eduardo, pray for us!

We thank you for visiting our humble website and hope that it serves you well.

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Our parish boundaries are as follows: 
From St. Mary’s Road in the South to Grant Road in the North. From Interstate 10 in the West to Stone Avenue in the East.
If you reside outside our parish boundaries or if you are not registered at our church, please call one of the following parishes in our neighborhood for pastoral service:
Sacred Heart Church on 601 E. Ft. Lowell Road - 520-888-1530
St. Margaret Mary Alacoque Church on 801 N. Grande Avenue - 520-622-0168
St. Peter and Paul Church on 1946 E. Lee Street - 520-327-6015
St. Augustine Cathedral on 192 S. Stone Avenue - 520-623-6351

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We Welcome The Introduction Of The New Translation Of The Third Edition Of The Roman Missal

Prayer cards and booklets are available at Holy Family in the Church but we also encourage you to visit the following link:

 

http://old.usccb.org/romanmissal/samples-people.shtml

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The Society of Saint Vincent de Paul at Holy Family Church would like to thank our parish family for its continuous support of our ministry, which has enabled us to help many families in need. This year we have helped 278 people in different ways, including 24 home visits, assistance with utilities, rent, furniture and bus passes. Additionally, more than 3500 pounds of food was distributed to disadvantaged families within the Holy Family Parish boundaries.

 

In order to be able to continue our good work, we are in need of volunteers to assist us and would like to extend an opportunity for anyone interested in helping us to speak with us after mass or call the parish office and leave your name and phone number or an e-mail address and one of us will get back to you to answer any questions you may have. Volunteer commitments can be as little as one hour per month or as much as your schedule will allow. At this time we are particularly in need of help on Saturday afternoons to assist with food box distributions.

We believe that the good work we do is a means for spiritual growth because in helping the poor we are carrying out our Lords command to Love one another as He has loved us. God bless you all. Our email address is hfcsvdp@cox.net

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