Welcome to Holy Family Parish

                                          “Where Belonging Leads to Believing”

Rev. Richard A. Evans, Pastor
7367 York Road
Parma, Ohio 44130
(440) 842-5533
General Email: office@holyfamparma.org

                    New Members are always welcome – call or stop in the Parish Office


For a full list of scheduled events at Holy Family Parish check out our
Calendar & Current Events



We are proud to announce that Holy Family Parish WON “Most Weight Overall” in the the 2016 Recycle Bowl Competition for the Cleveland area!

Big Thank You to all who participated!

Thanks to your efforts we have won $500 for our school!

Great Job Holy Family!


On Thursday, December 8, 2016 we celebrate the Feast of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary. This is a a Holy Day of Obligation. Mass schedule as follows:
      Wednesday, December 7th 4:30 pm and 7:00 pm Vigil Mass
Thursday, December 8th: 6:30 am, 8:30 am and 7:00 pm


Festival of Christmas Lessons & Carols


A Festival of Christmas Lessons and Carols will be presented by the choirs of Holy Family on Sunday, December 11, 2016 at 4:00 pm in the Church. All are welcome to celebrate the coming of Jesus Christ.

In addition to the readings and music presented by the choirs, there will opportunities for the congregation to participate in singing carols of the Christmas Season.  Following the service, there will be an opportunity for fellowship at a reception.


 Holy Family School

         Kindergarten through Grade 8

If you are interested in our school, would like a tour or have your child shadow for a day, please contact Stacy Brown, School Enrollment Director at 440-742-7785 ext. 318 or email: sbrown@holyfamilyparma.org. Please click on the link above for more information or see our brochure here.. Holy Family School is open to students in grades Kindergarten through Grade 8.


NEW! For the 2016-2017 School year we are launching a Preschool program which will be housed in our School building, which will provide more flexibility and opportunities for 3, 4 and 5 year olds. Full-time and part-time programs are available on a limited basis — seats are filling quickly! See the attached flyer for more details or call Rene Buchtel, Director at 440-886-4717.

2016 Jubilee of Mercy
Corporal Works                                        Spiritual Works
Feed the Hungry                                           Admonish the sinner
Give drink to the thirsty                                Instruct the ignorant
Clothe the naked                                          Counsel the doubtful
Visit the sick                                                 Comfort the sorrowful
Shelter the homeless                                    Bear wrongs patiently
Visit the imprisoned                                       Forgive all injuries
Bury the dead                                               Pray for the living and the dead

Devotions Schedule


Every Wednesday at 1:00 pm and Sunday at 7:00 pm in the Church

Holy Rosary
Every Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday immediately following the 8:30 am Mass in the Chapel

Our Lady of Perpetual Help Novena:
Every Tuesday immediately following the 8:30 am Mass in the Chapel


Fund Raising at Holy Family Parish

You may purchase a variety of vendor gift cards at the Parish Office and by doing so, help  the parish financially without spending any extra money.  Some of the popular cards we have are Amazon ($25), Giant Eagle, Marc’s, Marathon, Shell, Wallmart ($25 & $100), Starbucks, Panera Bread ($10 & $25)) and iTunes ($15). Now available Aeropostale ($25), Bed, Bath and Beyond ($25), Circle K ($25), Dairy Queen ($10), Mr. Chicken ($5), Papa John’s Pizza ($10), Sub Way ($10) and Pat Catan’s ($20). Click here for a more complete list.

There are River Valley paper recycling bins located on the north side of the parish campus, this is a great way to be greener and help support the parish.                                 


Parish Mission Statement

We, the people of Holy Family Parish in Parma, Ohio, were established in 1872 as a community of Catholic faithful;  We worship God in the celebration of the Eucharist;  We evangelize through Jesus Christ, sharing the great message of salvation;  We foster community as a spiritual home for all in our parish;  We promote Catholic education and faith formation for all ages;  We extend loving service to the poor, sick, and needy;  We develop Catholic leaders and encourage participation in ministries by using our time, talent, and treasure;  We  strive to follow the example of Jesus, Mary and Joseph, the original Holy Family.