Holy Family Catholic Church is a Roman Catholic church located at Maulana Azad Road, Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir, India. It became set up in 1896 by using Msgr. Winkley MHM. Before the Curia moved to Jammu on 23 December 1986, the parish served as a cathedral when the Curia turned into in Srinagar. Holy Family Catholic Church and All Saints Protestant Church are the 2 most important church buildings for the minority Christian network inside the city. The church turned into set on hearth on 7 June 1967 by using protestors demonstrating in opposition to the Arab-Israeli warfare.
During the arson, the belfry turned into destroyed. The church changed into rebuilt, and in 2017 a brand new church bell, which changed into donated by using a Kashmiri Indian Christian circle of relatives and made in the Indian metropolis of Moradabad, became installed at Holy Family Catholic Church. This came about in an interfaith service, wherein Christian, Muslim, Hindu and Sikh clergymen assembled “to jointly ring the new bell for the primary time within the past 50 years”.