106 South Main Street
Albion, New York 14411
Parish Office: 585-589-4243
Church is open for private prayers:
Weekdays: M - Th. 7:30am - 2:30pm
Fridays 7:30am - 12:30pm
Livestream Sunday Mass. Go to:
We now have WiFi in the Church.
WiFi Name: Holy Family Password: W1fi4u#777
PLEASE NOTE: Recorded Masses are now available on our parish YouTube channel. These Masses may be edited due to copyright restrictions. They can be accessed by going to YouTube.com and typing Holy Family Parish Albion NY in the search bar. Right now the image is a blue circle with an H in the center. If there are accessing issues, please send an email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Eucharistic Adoration will continue in Church following the 8am Mass, on Thursdays only, until 2:00pm.
Evening Mass will be celebrated on Thursday at 6:30p.m. All are welcome. Just a reminder, please follow the guidelines for gathering in Church.
During these most difficult CoronaVirus Days, parishioners and friends have been so helpful in keeping our weekly donations and other gifts up to the point where we have been able to pay our bills.
You have lessened the worries of our parish staff. Thanks again!
Interested in online giving? It is safe, simple and convenient. If you have questions or would like to sign up for onlinegiving please call Liturgical Publications at 800-950-9952 or click Here.
In this two part series we will explore 1) Icons and Statues in the Catholic Worldview and 2) Images and Statues in Secular Culture
The Holy Rosary
The Holy Rosary of the Blessed Virgin Mary is one of the most popular devotions of the Latin Rite of the Catholic Church. The image of the Rosary is inseparable from the Roman Catholic Church. Certainly, there are countless devotions in honor of the Blessed Virgin Mary in the East. But, where then did the Rosary come from? How did it gain such popularity in the West?
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We look forward to another successful major fund-raiser, as we host this year, with the guidelines in place by NY State and the Diocese of Buffalo, the "Re-creation" of our Annual Lawn Fete.
We will have the CASH PRIZE RAFFLE - 2 prizes of $500. & 5 prizes of $100. as well as Early Bird drawings of $25. A 55" Vizio Smart Cast HDR V Series Smart TV has been donated for the raffle and 2 Kwik Fill gas cards - $250. each.
Early Bird Drawings - Congratulations!!! to the last Early Bird Winner, drawn on August 2nd, a winner of a $25, Cathy Saeva. Return your tickets to the parish to be eligible for the Grand Raffle drawings.
Dear Parishioners and Friends,
Thanks to all who have planned this Sunday's "Un-Lawn Fete." Lots of rushed planning has gone into this since we had no idea what things would be like at this point in August. It's good to have something "somewhat like" we have had in previous years. This is the 26th straight year for this wonderful opportunity to get friends and parishioners together—be it with a distance-required aspect. This will help us meet the financial needs of our parish, especially our annual insurance obligations. Please support it in any way you can. If you find that you're unable to attend, or it's slipped your mind, you can always send a "Lawn Fete Donation" to the parish office to assist us. Thanks to all those who have prepared so much for this day and those who will attend.
SUNDAY, AUGUST 9TH AT THE ELK'S PARKING LOT
428 WEST STATE ST., ALBION, NY
11:30am - 3:30pm or 'til sold out.
TAKE OUT ONLY. Pre- Sale Tickets $10. are HIGHLY
RECOMMENDED. Call or stop at the Parish Office to purchase tickets. Meal includes Chicken,
Salt Potatoes, Cole Slaw, and Dessert.
Feast of the Assumption - August 16TH This solemnity celebrates the bodily taking up of the Blessed Virgin Mary into heaven at the end of her earthly life. Celebrated as early as the 5th century, this feast became official in the 9th century. May we
offer our praise and thanks to Christ's promise that
we too will be received into God's paradise. Because the Feast day falls on a Saturday this year, we will celebrate it on Sunday.
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED: We are in need of a few dependable volunteers to assist us with the disinfecting of the Church following funeral Masses and at some Weekend Masses. If you would be interested in assisting, please call the Parish Office. Thank You.
Confirmation - Sunday, Sept. 20, 2020 - at 10:30 a.m. Mass Review and Practice - September 13 - at 9:15 a.m. in Church
First Reconciliation - Saturday, Sept. 26, 2020 - at 9:00 a.m. Review and Practice - Sept. 13 & 20 - at 9:15 a.m.
First Communion - Sunday, Sept. 27, 2020 - at 10:30 a.m. Mass Review and Practice - Sept. 13 & 20 - at 9:15 a.m.
Further details to follow for Sacraments in the near future.
Faith Formation Classes for 2020 - 2021 will begin in October. Registration information coming soon!
Our 10:30 Mass can be streamed at anytime in the McCabe Room. Please be sure to contact the office ahead of time so the equipment can be set up.
An elevator and nearby rest room make this an option for those who wish to attend Mass but have difficulty getting into the church.
Rather than miss Mass because of active little ones, parents may wish to bring their youngsters to the Resource Room where they can share in the service with them without the constraints of a pew. There is room to move around and a library of children's bible stories for them to enjoy.
All are welcome. Please suggest this to family and friends who may be looking for an opportunity, even temporarily, to attend Mass at Holy Family.