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Those committed to a Gospel way of life inspired by the example of St. Francis of Assisi. The Secular Franciscan Group meet at Holy Faith for prayer, encouragement in serving those in need with Christian justice and compassion, and maintaining a simple way of life.Time: A lifestyle commitment to the Gospel in the manner of St. Francis of Assisi.

Talent: A desire to serve Christ with peace and compassion.

Holy Faith has a “sister-relationship” with the parish of Jesus Nipalakin outside Guatemala City, Guatemala. The emphasis is on “relationships,” to come to know the challenges of life faced by some of our poorer brothers and sisters in the Third World – and to especially know some of the persons involved in these challenges. Opportunities to support the Sister Parish through seasonal activities exist.

Time: A few hours once or twice a year to help with sales of Guatamalen coffee and/or Sponsorship appeals after the Masses on the patio.

Talent: A love of cultural diversity and open heart to developing world challenges.

Advises the Pastor regarding matters of stewardship – the sharing of time, talent, and financial support for the parish’s mission. Includes initiatives in prayer, stewardship education, planned giving, regular sacrificial giving for parish financial support, and ministry development.

Time: Council meets for a potluck and discussion with the Pastor at the rectory on a regular basis.

Talent: A desire to advise Pastor on parish matters. An understanding of “compassionate” Stewardship.

Parishioners who welcome new members to Holy Faith. They host our Welcome Receptions as well as assist with hospitality at the Children’s Christmas Play, Holy Thursday Soup ‘N’ Sandwich Supper and with any of the special Holy Faith Parish events as needed.

Time: 1 monthly meeting and about 1/2 hour to make monthly calls to welcome new parishioners, and once quarterly about 1/2 hour to personally call new members as a follow-up to thier invitation to the reception. In the months when there is a reception (at least quartlerly) assist with the set-up, serving and hospitality at the reception (about 2 hours).

Talent: Friendly and welcoming attitude as you greet new parishioners first on the phone and then in person at the Welcome Receptions.

Treasure: Donations of home-made brunch entrees and deserts for the Welcome Receptions are appreciated.

The Catholic Youth Ministry at Holy Faith is under the direction of our Youth Minister TiAnna who can be reached at 352-376-5405 ext 108 or E-Mail . Youth Ministry is for teens in grades 8th thru 12th grade. For full information about youth ministry at Holy Faith see Catholic Youth Ministry

Holy Faith sponsors the YAM Ministry, a young adult ministry for all parishioners between the ages of 19-39, who are seeking ways to get involved in the parish, to learn more about the Catholic faith, and to share fellowship with other Catholic young adults.
Time: Meetings include book group discussions, bible studies, special talks and discussions on topics of interest as scheduled. The young adults also give of their time in service to the church and to local outreach projects and enjoy time with one another at social events.  Events are advertised in the bulletin, E-newsletter, app and via E-mail listserve. To join the list email our Young Adult Minister, TiAnna.  Meetings will run about 1 ½ hours.
Talent: A desire to meet and build relationships with other young Catholic adults. Please know that you are always welcomed no matter where you are in your faith journey.