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Drive thru Communion is made available for 45
minutes followingevery mass in front of the chapel.
Please remain in your car and wear your mask.

Confession is available Wednesdays and Fridays from
9:30-10:30 AM and Thursday evenings from 5-6 PM in
St. Anne's Conference Room behind the church.



Mass Opportunities At Holy Family
under current COVID19 Restrictions
Actualización española COVID-19
Following the instructions of Bishop Soto and Diocese guidance, and in collaboration with the latest Sacramento County Health Department guidelines, all indoor Masses continue to remain suspended.  Bishop Soto has temporarily authorized the outdoor distribution of communion after the faithful have observed the celebration of Mass through livestreaming connections.
We continue to livestream the Masses on YouTube.

Weekend Mass Schedule 

  • Livestream Saturday Vigil Mass (English) 4:00 pm
    • Communion distribution 5:00 pm — 5:45 pm
  • Livestream Sunday Mass (English) 8:00 am
    • Communion distribution 9:00 am — 9:45 am
  • Livestream Sunday Mass (Español) 10:00 am
    • Communion distribution 11:00 am — 11:45 am
  • Communion Distribution will be done using a drive through method. Vehicles should enter the parking lot on the East side (the side closest to the community center, our normal entry) and form a single line, following the traffic lanes and the guidance of our traffic volunteer, across the back of the parking lot, concluding at the chapel where we will distribute communion. 
  • Parishioners must remain in their vehicle at all times and communion will be distributed as you pass by. 
  • Face coverings are required.
  • Consume the Eucharist before pulling away

Weekday Mass Schedule

  • Live Streamed at 8:30 am Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday.
  • Communion distribution after Mass from 9:00 to 10:00 am
  • Same drive through method will be used as on Sundays.

The Sacrament of Confession will be available behind the Church, in the St. Anne Conference room, after daily Mass on: Wednesday and Friday  from 9:30 – 10:30 and on Thursday evening from 5:00 pm—6:00 pm.

Please continue to check our Webpage, My Parish App (MPA) and watch for future Parish News E-mails for further updates.

Of Great Importance, We Need Your Help and Cooperation

We have been blest to have the use of My Parish App (MPA) for free for an exceptionally long time now.  This is a tremendous app that has a wealth of information concerning our Catholic Faith and links to readings, reflections, and many other aspects of our faith that we should be aware of to develop a greater appreciation for this phenomenal gift we have been given.

It is also a critical form of communication for the parish to keep you informed of any changes in our parish schedules.  One of the many lessons we have learned during this pandemic, is our need to be able to communicate effectively with each other.  We expect many parishioners become upset because they feel they were not made aware of changes we have had to incorporate to comply with Bishop Soto’s direction and the guidance of the diocese in response to changing COVID19 restrictions.  MPA helps us bridge that gap. 

Unfortunately, we only have 100 registered users of MPA.  We cannot urge you strongly enough to take just a moment to download this app.  In the end the download is simple and straightforward and will save all of us a lot of unnecessary grief. The awesome bonus is you will then have access to some of the most incredible resources of our Catholic Faith.  It is free to you, all you need to do is download it, test drive it for a month, and if it doesn’t work for you, you can remove it and you aren’t out anything. We are just asking you to give it a try, that’s all.

You can download the app through the app store on your smartphone or on your tablet.  You can also download it through this link https://myparishapp.com/

Thank you for your cooperation and support of Holy Family.



Cause of Beatification and Canonization of Bishop Gallegos

Cardinal Prefect Angelo and Cardinal Amato from the Congregation of the Cause of Saints anticipates the process of submitting the Cause for Bishops in the fall of 2016.
Per Cardinal Amato, "the recognition of a miracle through the intercession of the Servant of God is required for Beatification.  I encourage you and all the parishioners of your respective communities to promote awareness of Bishop Gallegos and invoke his intercession.


Bishop Alphonse Gallegos, O.A.R.
Auxiliary Bishop of Sacramento, California

Born in Albuquerque, New Mexico, February 20, 1931, professed religious vows in the Order of Augustinian Recollects in 1951 and was ordained priest on May 24, 1958. He exercised his priestly ministry in New York, Kansas and in California and was consecrated Auxiliary Bishop of Sacramento on November 4, 1981.
He was full of life and always positive in everything he said and did.  His deteriorating eyesight was not a hindrance for him to bring light and life to others, because he did not see with the light of eyes but with the greatness of his heart.  He championed the cause of the poor and the marginalized, the migrants and the youth.  He defended the right of the unborn and tended to the sick and the aged.  He was always attentive and loving to all.  But above all he was a man of prayer, a loyal son of Our Lady of Guadalupe.

A vehicular accident on October 6, 1991 took the life of this gentle man, loving priest and caring bishop.

God our Father, in Bishop Aphonse Gallegos, you gave a light to your faithful people.  You made him pastor of the Church to feed your sheep with his words and to teach them by his example.  We pray that his life of holiness and service to the People of God by acknowledged and that this loyal son of Our Lady of Guadalupe be counted among the saints of your Kingdom.  We ask this blessing through Christ our Lord. Amen.

(personal intention)
Our Father, Hail Mary, Glory be

To acknowledge favors received through the intercession of Bishop Gallegos, please contact the
OAR Postulation,
29 Ridgeway Ave.
West Orange, NJ 07052

With ecclesiastical approval
Sacramento, CA
October 21, 2008

Our Parish Mission

We the community of Holy Family Parish (located in Citrus Heights, CA), all members of the Body of Christ, strive to be a voice of truth and clarity in our faith.  We worship God and celebrate the gift of Jesus Christ in Word and Sacrament.  Unified by the Holy Spirit, we commit to the on-going conversion to Christ in ourselves and in our parish.  We are committed to extending Christ`s unconditional love to all, especially the neglected, the oppressed, the aged and the wounded of heart.  We welcome all to share in the richness of our Catholic heritage.

Misión Parroquial

Nosotros, la comunidad de la Parroquia de la Sagrada Familia, todos miembros del Cuerpo de Cristo, nos esforzamos por ser voceros de la verdad y de la claridad en nuestra fe.  Nosotros glorificamos a Dios y celebramos el don de Cristo en Palabra y Sacramento.  Unidos por el Espíritu Santo, nos comprometemos a una continua conversión a Cristo en cada uno de nosotros y en nuestra parroquia.  Nos comprometemos a compartir con todos, el amor incondicional de Cristo, especialmente a los rechazados, oprimidos, ancianos y los que sufren.  Todos son bienvenidos a compartir en las riquezas de nuestra tradición Católica.




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It is the same company, with a more up to date, robust interface.

During these difficult and challenging times, we are truly dependent on your generous support.  Please click this linkOnline Givingto create a reoccurring or one time gift to Holy Family.  If you have a question, please click on the link below.  This link will take you to our online giving Frequently Asked Questions with links to the online giving form. 
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