Mar 18, 2020
In response to the Coronavirus, the Curial Cabinet and the Chancery collaborated to develop a plan for the diocesan Central Administration and to offer guidance for parishes and diocesan entities. Based on those recommendations, Governor Roy Cooper’s executive order and CDC/White House Task Force guidelines, very difficult decisions have been made.
The following changes to parish life are effective immediately and until further notice:
In an effort to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, many parishes are cancelling non-essential meetings and gatherings as well as public Masses. The recommendation of groups no larger than 10 people is the assumption of the Task Force based on their most current data. We have a responsibility to our fellow parishioners to keep them safe.
In addition, the well-being of all our dedicated staff during this difficult time is a top priority as a responsible employer and, most importantly, as faithful followers of the gospel. In addition to our goal to help keep people safe and healthy, we are also committed to minimizing the financial impact on them. As such, measures are being taken to pay staff and continue providing benefits to those who are unable to work during this difficult time. We must also continue to meet all our other financial obligations. Similarly, I ask that you continue your financial support of our parish if you are not adversely impacted by this crisis. I encourage you to mail your weekly offering to the parish office at P.O. Box 130, Clemmons, NC 27012 or by online giving. You may access the parish’s online giving platform on our website: www.holyfamilyclemmons.com/donations. It takes less than 5 minutes to set up your account. If you use electronic funds transfer (EFT) or bank transfer, we thank you for your continued support.
For the latest news and videos, go to www.holyfamilyclemmons.com. You will find Sunday homilies, weekday Masses, links to livestream Sunday Mass, rosary recitation, and much more. We will also be updating the website with the most recent guidelines we receive from the diocese.
Please be assured of my daily prayers for your well-being and the well-being of our country.
Father Michael Buttner
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To help you meet your spiritual needs we offer to you the following:
“We the people of Holy Family Catholic Church, are called to give witness to the Gospel of Jesus Christ through our worship and prayer, through the fostering of a community of faith, and through service to our neighbors. We are centered in the Eucharist and united in the Holy Spirit, who empowers us to nurture our individual spiritual growth, while caring for one another with compassion and love.”
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UPDATE: All Masses at Holy Family have been cancelled until further notice.
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