The Jubilee Museum at Holy Family was established in 1998 by Fr. Kevin Lutz, former pastor at Holy Family Church. Housed in the former Holy Family High School, its rooms contain many fine examples of Catholic religious artifacts, which include paintings, statues, vestments, altars, as well as items found in the home for personal devotion.
The inventory was acquired from churches and schools that have closed or from private individuals. For his efforts in preserving Catholic Church art and traditions, Fr. Lutz was recognized by Pope John Paul II, and appointed to the Pontifical Commission for the Cultural Heritage of the Catholic Church in May of 2000.
Some of the money generated by the museum helps to support the works of charity in the parish.
Tours are scheduled upon request. Individuals, senior groups, school groups, RCIA, Confirmation classes, First Holy Communion classes and anyone interested in the history of the Catholic Church can call the number below or you may contact us at the e-mail address listed below. The museum is open Monday through Friday from 9:30 am to 4:00 pm (last tour scheduled no later than 2:30 pm). Other times by special request. Please plan on at least 45 minutes for a tour.