Mission Statement

“When we enter the temples of the heretics, where there is nothing but a chair for preaching and a table for making a meal, we feel ourselves to be entering a profane hall and not the House of God.” -St. Robert Bellarmine

Holy Family Traditional Catholic Church seeks to provide a valid liturgy and true sacraments for the benefit of those who through faith and good works, hope and labor for eternal salvation.

Holy Family is in union with Eternal Rome; countless popes, cardinals, bishops, priests, and saints who loved, served and died for the Holy Catholic Faith. It holds the Successor of Saint Peter to be the true Vicar of Christ on earth and head of the Universal Church.

Holy Family Traditional Catholic Church rejects Modernism and will not serve the profane. It has no affiliation with the local ordinary.

Why attend Holy Family? The faithful attend because a crisis exists in the “Post Vatican II Church” (after the Second Vatican Council). They have removed the holy liturgy, tabernacles, altars, statues, icons, and sacred vessels and trashed them. In their place, they have given us scandal, universal salvation, the worship of man and a generic, modified 16th century Anglican, Protestant communion service which may be modified to suit the fancy of the “president of the assembly”. It is because of these sacrilegious practices that this Church exists. Holy Family offers a space free of liturgical and doctrinal mischief; a safe haven for those who will not serve at a table for making a meal but who will have the Sacred Species, Body, Blood, Soul and Divinity in the House of God with the proper disposition, for the hope of eternal salvation.

Valid priests ordained in the old rite or conditionally ordained in that rite, teach, sanctify, and serve the religious needs of the faithful at Holy Family. A lay board of directors also serves.

All are welcome to Holy Family.

Visitors should understand, that only baptized Catholics in a state of grace who observe the fast, are properly prepared for the reception of Holy Communion.