Throughout our history children have been a central ministry for the Sisters of the Holy Family.
We continue this commitment through collaborative work, with Catholic Charities, to end trafficking of young girls and continued leadership participation at the Holy Family Day Home.
The Sisters of the Holy Family have had a long history of supporting Abode Services.
Our Sisters have participated in the annual Homelessness count.
We are very excited by our collaborative effort with Tri-City Volunteers to help fund and power a Mobile Pantry Van.
Compassionate Fremont hunger event
Our Sisters regularly volunteer at the Free Breakfast program.
Catholic Charity and collaboration on the our southern border response
Sister Sandra Ann working with the Mixteco
Sister Mary working with Congolese
Sister Michaela working with the Kmhmu’
As a religious congregation we view healthcare as a human right. We take the role of Advocating and Partnering with others to assure that the most vulnerable in our society receive the needed care. We are reminded of the proverb attributed to Mahatma Gandhi: “A nation’s greatness is measured by how it treats its weakest members.
Sister Elaine represents our Sisters through Interfaith Collaboration and Compassionate Fremont
Sister Aurora’s San Quentin Prison Ministry
Sister Marietta – Empowering Inner Wisdom
Our Sisters Connecting with you, our Family and Friends.