Members coordinate all parish fundraising programs in accordance with Diocesan policy.

Pastor: Father Hoa X Nguyen
Staff Advisor: Monica Molina

Honorary Chairs​
Bill and Lydia Moore & Garland and Terry Strong

Capital Campaign Cabinet
Diana Getchell, Andree & Gary Griffin​, Rick Kubes, ​Shirley & Tom Matzinger, ​Pam & Ken McAlister, ​Ana & Eddie McBride, ​Paula Parrish, ​DeDe & Todd Samuelson

Capital Campaign Status Report as 12/31/2017 Click here  

Feasibility Study Summary Report 2014 Click here 
Feasibility Study Report 2014 Click here 

Bulletin Inserts - Q&A
March 8, 2015 
March 15, 2015 
March 22, 2015 

Case Statement - March 2014 Click here to review.

You can donate online at
Follow Parish Campaigns in the red ribbon at the top, choose this option "Current Campaigns". Click Donate Now button, and follow the instructions to choose our parish.


The Finance Committee

The Finance Committee is a group of parishioners appointed by the Pastor who advises him in the financial administration of the parish. The council oversees the annual parish budget and assists the staff efforts to be good responsible stewards of God's many gifts.

Pastor: Father Hoa X Nguyen
Chairperson: Michael Franko
Members: Mary Goosens, Adrienne Conley, Catherine Griffin, Veronica Landeros, Mary Lopez and Monica Molina




A parish newsletter is published twice a year and covers the many aspects of our parish. Please make sure you are registered member of the parish, to receive a copy by mail.

Publisher: Father Hoa X Nguyen
Editorial Team: Deborah Granado
Design and Production:  Deborah Granado
Staff Advisors: Monica Molina and Mary Lopez




The Maintenance and grounds committee offer their time and talent to help coordinate the maintenance and care of all parish properties.

Staff Coordinator: Monica Molina
Mike Cook
Mary Lopez
Stacie McCans
​Jon Nappier
Paul Smith




Our parish continues to grow year after year. The Newcomers Committee welcomes new members to our parish at one of three scheduled social gatherings per year. This involves introducing newcomers to the parish staff and parishioners. Information on parish ministries is also available.

Chairpersons: Jennifer and Tristan Tayag
Staff Advisors: Mary Lopez 



Stewardship committee

Time, Talent & Treasure

Assist Holy Family parishioners to recognize their identity as children of God and encourage trust in His plan. Offer avenues along their journey of faith to show their gratitude and share with love their God given gifts in service to all of God's children.

Pastor: Father Hoa X Nguyen

Staff Coordinator: Monica Molina                                                                                                                                                                  

Accounting and Administration Clerk: Mary Lopez

Committee Chairperson:  Michael O'Donnell


"Stewardship is the grateful response of a Christian disciple who recognizes and received God's gifts and shares those gifts with God and neighbor."   

- Definition from the Diocese of Wichita, Kansas





Resources and information on Stewardship may be found at





Director of Religious Education: Genni Sayers

Religious Formation for all ages!
Classes meet from 10:30 a.m. - 11:45 a.m.  on Sundays in the Family Life Center

Sessions will resume in August 2022. 

Staff Contact
Children's Catechesis: Meg Ruhter, Coordinator of Children's Formation
Middle School Catechesis: Kellu Tull-Waldrop, Coordinator of Youth Ministry
High School Catechesis: Kelli Tull-Waldrop, Coordinator of Youth Ministry
Adult Catechesis: Genni Sayers, Director of Religious Education 



Interested in becoming Catholic?

The Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults [RCIA] is the process for becoming a Catholic.  Participants take about 9-10 months of discernment through prayer, study, discussion and faith sharing to the discovery if the Catholic Church is where their faith journey continues.  Classes begin in September each year and meet on Thursday evenings from 7-8:30pm. The process ends with the celebration of the Sacraments of Initiation [Baptism, Confirmation and Eucharist] at the Easter Vigil in the spring.  Family and friends are always welcome to come to any of our sessions.  Contact: Genni Sayers, Director of Religious Education at



Young Adult Ministry

Holy Family Young Adult Ministry seeks to bring young adults (21-35ish, married and single) together for spiritual, service, and social events in order to foster and deepen relationships with each other, with the Church, with their community, and ultimately with Christ.  Please contact Meg Ruhter at



Director of Music & Liturgy:  Keisha Matthews
Liturgy Secretary: Star Fedor

The Holy Family Liturgy Department is here to help parishioners enrich their celebration of the church's liturgy and sacraments in all its forms of celebration. There are many opportunities to serve your community through the liturgical ministries that are listed here.


The Liturgy Schedule is available, please click the link below:

All Liturgical Ministries are required to attend the diocesan safe environment program "Protecting God's Children" and have a criminal background check before volunteer ministry can begin.  Go to, click on SAFE ENVIRONMENT, click on TRAINING SESSIONS, click on I NEED A VIRTUS PROFILE.  Follow the self guided instructions, complete documents and sign-up for an "Awareness Session."  Safe Environment Coordinator: Star Fedor




Coordinator: Mike O'Donnell
A ministry of our parish young people, grades 4 - 12, boys and girls, to serve the priest at the altar during Mass and other special celebrations. Training is held periodically. Please email Mike O'Donnell at


Art & Environment

Contact: Donna Galvan
A committee of parishioners who plan, prepare, and implement all aspects of the enhancement and care of the worship space, as well as the items/materials used in our liturgical celebrations. This ministry includes banners, candles, altar linens, and flowers. 


Children's Liturgy of the Word (CLOW)  

Children ages 4-12 are dismissed with adult worship leaders who present the weekly scriptures from a Children’s Lectionary, which is tailored to a child’s level of understanding.  All adult and teen worship leaders receive training and guidebooks.  All leaders and assistants must complete the Safe Environment program.

This program is currently offered at the Sunday 9:15 a.m. mass only. We are working toward offering this Ministry to both the Saturday 5:00 p.m. and Sunday 12:00 p.m. Mass times.  If you regularly attend either of these Mass times and would like to get involved, please contact Liz Furman at


Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion

Coordinator: Allison Snyder
Parishioners who are trained to serve as special ministers in distributing the Eucharist during Mass. For training opportunities, contact the chairperson at The following guidelines are set forth by the Diocesan Office of Worship for Fort Worth.

Requirements for ministry
Membership in parish one year (at pastor's discretion but encouraged from point of view of fidelity to the community one wishes to serve.) Age: Any man or woman (from high school age on), acknowledged by peers and pastor to be active Catholic. Names to be submitted to the bishop (the pastor's signature required on the letter of request); the list will be acknowledged by the Chancellor and returned to the parish. Preparation document says "the faithful (all the faithful, not just ministers [editor]) should be properly catechized on the following:

  • the ecclesial nature of the Eucharist as the common possession of the whole Church

  • the Eucharist as the memorial of Christ's sacrifice, his death and resurrection, and as the sacred Banquet

  • the Real Presence of Christ in the Eucharistic elements, whole and entire, in each element of bread and wine (the doctrine of concomitance)

  • the kinds of reverence due at all times to the sacrament, whether within the Eucharistic liturgy or outside the celebration

  • the role that ordinary and, if necessary, extraordinary ministers of the Eucharist are assigned in the Eucharistic assembly. "Hands-on training Importance of fulfilling commitment as scheduled

Length of Service

Three (3) years. The minister may request to renew at the end of this time. We suggest a yearly renewal, which would give the ministers an opportunity to withdraw without embarrassment if they have found it difficult to be faithful to their commitment.




Volunteer Coordinators: Brenda Austin and Barbara Appleby

Adoration is every Thursday from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. in Chapel.   All are invited to spend time in prayer.  Please click on link to sign up for Adoration: Eucharistic Adoration Volunteers: Eucharistic Adoration Sign Ups ( Please contact Keisha Matthews for more information at






Contact: Adam Henry
Volunteers serve the community by preparing and proclaiming the Old and New Testament reading during our parish worship services. They also are the first to welcome our assembly and to offer the Prayers of the Faithful during the Mass. For more information please contact the Coordinator at



music ministry 

CANTORS - Keisha Matthews, Coordinator 

These parishioners meet 4 times per year to review and prepare the music for the coming season. They lead the community in hymns and responses at our parish celebrations. Contact Keisha for more information at  

CHILDREN'S CHOIR - Keisha Matthews, Director

Parish children in grades 2-6 rehearse on Wednesdays from 6pm - 7pm. They sing at the Saturday evening 5pm Mass on the 4th weekend of the month. Contact the director for more information at  


This adult choir rehearses on Thursdays from 7:00pm - 8:30pm in the Church. It is made up of vocalists as well as instrumentalists. They present the music at the 9:15am Mass each Sunday. 

BELL CHOIR - Keisha Matthews, Director

The 4-octave bell choir meets on Tuesday evenings from 6:30pm - 8:30pm in the choir loft. The choir supports the music at the 5pm Mass the first weekend of each month and at other special celebrations throughout the year. Contact the director for more information at  

TRADITIONAL ADULT CHOIR - Rebecca Mobley, Director
This choir rehearses at 7:30pm - 9pm on Wednesdays in the Church. They present the music at the 12noon Mass each Sunday. For more information contact the director at

YOUTH CHOIR - Keisha Matthews, Director

This parish choir is for youth in grades 7 - 12. They rehearse at 7:15pm - 8:15pm on Wednesdays. They present the music at the Saturday 5pm Mass on the second week of each month. Contact  




Contact: Meg Ruhter
Assist families in preparing their child for the celebration of the 15th birthday. The following guidelines are taken from the Fort Worth Diocese guidelines.


  • She and her family must be registered members of Holy Family Parish and attending Sunday Mass on a regular basis.

  • She must have received the sacraments of Baptism, Reconciliation, and Holy Eucharist and turn in copies of these sacrament records to the Church office.

  • She must be enrolled in religious education at the parish or a Catholic high school for the year prior to and the year of the celebration. She and her parents are required to attend an orientation at least six months prior to the celebration date. Contact Keisha for more information at



Special Needs Mass

SPECIAL NEEDS MASS: The Special Needs Mass is celebrated on the second Saturday of the month in the Chapel. This Mass is for families with members who have special needs, friends and all who love and support someone with special needs. Everyone is invited to attend and celebrate together. It is a time to rejoice in the beauty God has created in each of us. A reception will follow in the Family Life Center, Rooms B & C. Please contact Robyn Flores at or Rose Unkefer at




Coordinator: Keisha Matthews
These parishioners are ministers of hospitality and good order at our liturgical celebrations. They welcome people to our Church home as well as take up the offering at Mass.  Please contact Keisha Matthews for more information at




Wedding Ministry

Contact: Keisha Matthews
Volunteers assist couples at their wedding rehearsals and celebrations. For more information contact Kiesha Matthews at



Adopt-A-School Program - Coordinator: Genni Sayers

A partnership with Boulevard Heights School on El Campo.


All Young At Heart - Coordinator:  Genni Sayers

Fellowship gatherings for Senior Adults.  Meets on the third Wednesday of the month for a potluck lunch and fellowship from September through May.


Bereavement Ministry - Coordinator: Monica Molina; Volunteer Leadership: Dr. Moneta de Castro, Ava Porter, Shirley Wells

Offers support to those who are dealing with the loss of loved one.  


CALIX Ministry - Staff Coordinator: Monica Molina;  Volunteer Leadership: Stacie McCans 

Monthly support gathering for Catholics who are alcoholics and others who are struggling with addiction.


Catholic Daughters of the Americas - A national organization for Catholic women that engages in religious and charitable projects. Please contact us at for more information. 


Divorced and Separated Ministry - Staff Coordinator: Monica Molina; Volunteer Leadership: Veronica Martinez

Provides information and support to those experiencing the pain of divorce.


Helping Hands - Coordinator: Keisha Matthews

Provides food or a meal to families in our parish at the time of death.


Homebound Ministry - Coordinator: Deacon Mike Mocek; Volunteer Leadership: Mary Pacheco

Visitation and fellowship to parishioners who are confined to their home or other facilities.


Hospital Visitation - Coordinator: Deacon Mike Mocek; Volunteer Leadership: Mary Pacheco

Visits and brings the Eucharist to parishioners in area hospitals.

Knights of Columbus Council 15882  - Grand Knight: Mike Eder;  Staff Liaison:  Monica Molina

The Holy Family Knights of Columbus council is a group of men that serves the church and local community in many ways.  if you are a Catholic gentlemen over the age of 18 and interested in joining the Knights of Columbus, please contact Michael Eder at  To find out more about our council and upcoming activities, please visit our council website at The council is a worldwide Catholic men's fraternal organization dedicated to the virtues of Charity, Unity, Fraternity and Patriotism.  Our order was founded by the Venerable Father Michael  J. McGivney in New Haven, Connecticut.  

Parish Health and Nurse Ministry - Coordinator: Allison Snyder;  Staff Liaison:  Monica Molina

The mission of the ministry is to educate, assess and support the health needs of the parish

 Peace and Justice - Director: Deacon Mike Mocek
Catholic Social Teaching is a central and essential element of our faith. It is based on and inseparable from our understanding of human life and human dignity. Catholic Social Teaching is built on a commitment to the poor and vulnerable. It calls us all to reach out and to build relationships of compassion and justice. It calls us all to defend the dignity of life and build the common good. To learn more about Catholic Social Teaching or the Peace and Justice Committee, please contact Deacon Mike Mocek.

United States Conference of Catholic Bishops Campaign "Civilize It".  Click link for more information: 

JustFaith.:Deepen your faith. Live the Gospel.

JustFaith Catholic is a program that focuses on: The Gospel’s call to compassion Engagement in the life of Jesus God’s vision of justice and compassion in a world scarred by the domestic and global crisis of poverty. If you are interested in learning more about Just Faith, please contact Joe Rodriguez, Director of Liturgy and Formation at 817.737.6768, extension 104 or Deacon Mike Mocek at extension 116. 


Respect Life

Staff Liason: Deacon Mike

The Respect Life Committee actively promotes a culture of life by participating in the following activities: Sponsor the SPIRITUAL ADOPTION PROGRAM at Holy Family School which includes daily prayer for the unborn, baby development posters, essay contest, speakers, monthly reminders and t-shirts Sponsor the NEWBORN BABY DRIVE at Holy Family Church and School which provides necessities for women in crisis pregnancies Serve as GABRIEL PROJECT “ANGELS” helping moms on an individual basis before and after crisis pregnancies. For more information visit: Represent Holy Family Church at the annual MARCH FOR LIFE in Washington D.C. every January on the anniversary of the Roe v. Wade decision legalizing abortion Volunteer for and participate in 40 DAYS FOR LIFE prayer vigil at Planned Parenthood every fall. Parish sign-ups are usually the 2nd or 3rd weekend of September. For more information visit: Facilitate parish participation in the PRAYER FOR LIFE by providing the blue prayer cards in the church Support parish efforts to educate parishioners about Respect Life issues and events by providing bulletin announcements and inserts Coordinate parish youth participation in diocesan pro-life activities such as the annual PRO-LIFE BOOT CAMP and the LOCK-IN-FOR-LIFE Volunteer and attend Bishop’s annual RESPECT LIFE BANQUET Participate in the ROSARY FOR LIFE at Holy Family Church the first Thursday of the month, 5:30 – 6:00 p.m.; organize parish prayer at Planned Parenthood on the fourth Saturday of the month.

Prayer Hotline - Coordinator: Keisha Matthews, Deborah Granado

Parishioners responding to the immediate emergency needs of the others through prayers.



Singles Ministry - Staff Coordinator: Monica Molina; Volunteer Leadership: Veronica Martinez                                                                   

Provides fellowship through service projects, social activities and faith sharing.  Please sign up for the latest news and events at Flocknote.  Register at                                                                                                

Meets monthly for dinner and fellowship after the 5:00 p.m. Mass.


Stephen Ministry - Staff Coordinator: Deacon Mike Mocek; Stephen Leaders: Steve Barter, Steve Hannifin, Gina McKinzie,                                        

Lay persons trained to provide one-to-one Christian care for those experiencing a crisis.


Women of Holy Family - Staff Coordinator: Genni Sayers; Volunteer Leadership:  Kaci Cross

A social organization for women parishioners.