Welcome to Holy Cross Catholic Church!
¡Bienvenidos a la Iglesia Santa Cruz!
Holy Cross Church is eager to be a part of your life and have you as a part of our life. We are committed to growing in the likeness of Jesus Christ, a daily process that requires prayer, sacraments, discipline and a community of individuals striving for the same goal.
La Iglesia Católica Santa Cruz está muy emocionada de ser parte de su vida y de tenerle a usted como parte de nuestra vida. Estamos comprometidos en crecer a semejanza de Jesucristo, un proceso diario que requiere de oraciones, sacramentos, disciplina y de una comunidad de individuo que luchan por el mismo objetivo.
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October 2, 2022 Update: Mask use in our parish church is now optional but recommended. Masks are recommended in order to protect the more vulnerable in our community, like children and those with compromised immunities. If you are sick in any way or even feeling a little “under the weather,” please stay home! Our concern is for your good health and the good health of those in the pews around you. Thank you.
Today marks the (transferred) feastday of St. Joseph, the Husband of Mary. Since the 10th century, March 19th has been the date of this celebration, but is has always been “transferred” to the 20th of March when the 19th falls on a Sunday. The Gospels briefly mention St. Joseph and say that he was a […]
Escuchamos hoy, como el domingo anterior, un largo texto del Evangelio (Juan 9, 1-41). Y, también como el domingo anterior, el texto nos ha contado la historia de una persona que se encontró a Cristo en su camino, y salió transformado de ese encuentro. El domingo pasado fue la samaritana, que iba a sacar agua […]
This Fourth Sunday of Lent is known as “Laetare Sunday.” The title is taken from the opening antiphon for the Mass. The Latin is translated “Rejoice, Jerusalem, and all who love her. Be joyful….” This sentiment expresses our joy in anticipation of the Resurrection of the Lord. Today’s Gospel (John 9, 1-41) is one of […]
El Cuarto Domingo de Cuaresma nos enfrenta con nuestra ceguera – porque no vemos nada. Vemos escasamente la superficie de las personas, de las cosas, y de los acontecimientos, pero no vemos su verdadera y profunda realidad, o dicho Bíblicamente: “el hombre mira las apariencias, pero el Señor mira el corazón.” El corazón de la […]
The Catholic Scripture readings for Sunday Masses rotate on a three-year cycle. The present year is called Year A and it offers us an interesting selection of readings for the 3rd, 4th, and 5th Sundays of Lent: the Samaritan Woman at the Well (John 4, 3-42); the Man Born Blind (John 9, 1-41); and the […]
The Church honors St. Patrick today – Catholic bishop, “Apostle of Ireland,” and one of the most well-loved and celebrated saints of all time. From special Masses to parades, it is as if the whole world rejoices on St. Patrick’s day. This great patron of Ireland was born in Scotland to Roman parents around 385. […]