August 2020 archive of Parish General News & Events
Faith Formation Kick-offs!
Posted by Sara Thompson on 8/27/20
We are looking forward to another year of Faith Formation at Holy Name of Jesus Catholic Church! We realize that this year will look a little different but we are planning activities and events that will be safe and Spirit filled! Life Nights begin Sunday, September 13th (5 PM ... Read More »
Solemnity of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary
Posted by Sara Thompson on 8/13/20
HNJ will celebrate the Solemnity of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary on Saturday, August 15, 2020. This year, being on a Saturday, it is not a Holy Day of Obligation, but we will still offer three Masses to honor our Blessed Mother’s Assumption: Friday, August 14 Vigil ... Read More »
Thank you, Farewell, and Best Wishes!
Posted by Sara Thompson on 8/12/20
Fr. Francis Amponsah has been appointed as the new Parochial Vicar (Associate Pastor) for St. Anthony Catholic Church in Lakeland, Florida in the Western Deanery of the Diocese of Orlando.
He will be serving with Fr. Luis Salazar, an HNJ alumnus, who is the Parochial Administrator (pastor) at St. ... Read More »
Dedication of our Rosary Garden Benches
Posted by Sara Thompson on 8/06/20
Please join Fr. Scott Circe for this special dedication on Saturday, August 15, after the 8:30 am Mass. Special thanks to our donors and all those who put their time, talent & treasure into our beautiful garden as well as Ron Snyder who built the benches. (“Morning has Broken” ... Read More »
Night of Merciful Love
Posted by Sara Thompson on 8/03/20
Please join us on First Friday, August 7th.
6:00 P.M. Sorrowful Mysteries Rosary for Priests, Presented by Council of Catholic Women with Deacon Mike and Deacon Ed
7:00 P.M. Confessions; Patriotic Rosary for our Country, Presented by Knights of Columbus with Patriotic songs led by our choir
8:00 P.M. ... Read More »
An Important Message from your Pastor-Hurricane Isaias
Posted by Sara Thompson on 8/01/20
Dear Holy Name of Jesus Parishioners,
With Hurricane Isaias approaching, through prayerful consultation, we have made the following decisions for this weekend:
The 4:30pm Saturday Vigil Mass will take place as regularly scheduled. This also includes the regularly scheduled Confessions at 3:15pm. The Vigil Mass will also be live-streamed ... Read More »