A Message from our Pastor
Third Sunday of Ordinary Time - Sunday of the Word of God
Fr. John, our pastor, points out that in Sunday's Gospel message Jesus calls us to Repent and believe in the Gospel and to be fishers of men. Fr. John also updates our current status in return from Covid-19. Click "Learn More" to read his reflection on this Sunday.Learn More
Updates on Covid-19
Appointments no longer necessary for Gift & Book Store
UPDATE JAN. 7: Holy Family's Gift and Book Store has shifted to regular hours. Appointments are no longer necessary. Click 'LEARN MORE' for the hours. ... Our parish offices are currently closed to in-person visits. You can reach someone by phone weekdays from 9 a.m. to noon at 407-876-2211. Please stay safe and pray for all who have been impacted by this tragic pandemic. Please click "Learn More" for more information about continued reopening steps related to Covid-19.Learn More
Who We Serve
We are more than a Church at Holy Family. We are a community of Christ-centered individuals working to make our world better by living our lives according to the Roman Catholic faith. Our ultimate goal is to foster your personal relationship with Jesus and to help you grow in Faith, Stewardship and Knowledge.Learn More
How We Grow
Our Faith Formation programs aim to help the faithful of all ages to grow in both human and Christian maturity. We provide comprehensive and systematic explorations of the core elements of Catholic faith and practice - an initiation into or conservation of a Catholic way of life - in ways that are accessible to children, youth and adults.Learn More
YEAR OF ST JOSEPH - 2020-2021
Resources to learn about, pray with St. Joseph
Pope Francis declared Dec. 8, 2020, to Dec. 8, 2021, as the Year of St. Joseph. In this page, learn more about Jesus' earthly father, who is part of the Holy Family and pray for his intercession.Learn More
Watch the Daily & Sunday Mass
Holy Family and CCTN will offer the Daily 8:30 AM and Sunday 8:45 AM Masses on their YouTube and Facebook sites. CCTN's broadcast of The Roman Catholic Daily Mass is also available Monday-Friday at 5 p.m. on GoodLife 45, while the Sunday Mass is broadcast at 2 p.m. on GoodLife 45. Watch now, and keep Christ the focus of your life while you are unavailable to come in person.
Our Faith Formation helps people of all ages learn about our Catholic faith so they can live it and share it. Stop here especially if you are seeking information about First Communion, Confirmation or RCIA.
The strength and quality of our parish community is a direct reflection of our active parishioners, and there are many ways in which Christ calls us to serve. We hope you feel at home here and that you will share your time, talents and faith experiences with your parish family.
A Christian Steward is someone one who receives God’s gifts gratefully, cherishes and tends them in a responsible and accountable manner, shares them in justice and love with others and returns them with increase to the Lord. Our generosity of Spirit, exemplified by our Stewardship offerings of Time, Talent and Treasure, does not go unnoticed in the eyes of God.
Join Transmission for its next virtual meeting Thursday, Jan. 21. Guest speaker will be Leidy Rivas, the diocesan coordinator for Catholic Days at the Capitol and director of Catholic Charities…Continue Reading…
Upcoming Events (all online unless noted)
CCTN, the Catholic Community Television Network, has been bringing the Sunday Mass to Central Florida since 1995. Go to CCTN.org for web-based online and TV Masses and other programs.
Holy Family Church Webcam
Holy Family captures Masses and a live image of the Church all day, every day with a live webcam. NOTE: Due to internet bandwidth issues outside of our control, live webcam feeds may not be available during Mass. Please go to www.CCTN.org for alternative ways to view the day's live or pre-recorded Mass.
Holy Family Facebook
Holy Family's Facebook page celebrates our parish, shares breaking news, helps educate and shares content to inspire you to greater faith.