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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Mask use in our parish church is 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.
As we heard on Sunday at Mass, life on this earth is a tremendous blessing. Yet, how often do we stop to give thanks? How often do we “make” time to appreciate “the gift of Jesus the Lord” – who opens for us the way to heaven? Especially when we gather around the Table of […]
At Mass this weekend, be sure to hear the parallel between the parable (Matthew 25, 14-30) and the actual experience of Jesus and His disciples. The master was going away. They did not know why or where, but he was leaving for a long time. He left his trusted servants in charge, and wanted them […]
A pesar de su aparente inocencia, la parábola de los talentos (Mateo 25, 14-30) encierra una carga explosiva. Sorprendentemente, el “tercer siervo” es condenado sin haber cometido ninguna acción mala. Su único error consiste en “no hacer nada” – no arriesga su talento, no lo hace fructificar, lo conserva intacto en un lugar seguro. El […]
Before coming to celebrate the Eucharist this weekend, it would be a good idea to recall the days of the early Church. For example, St. Matthew put together (or “wrote”) his Gospel in the midst of a Church community that had much to fear from persecutions. They were also facing big changes – as more […]
El domingo que viene, la Iglesia nos va a ofrecer la parábola de Jesus tomada del Evangelio de San Mateo, 25,14-30. Pero, antes de oírla en la Misa, debemos entender que Jesús no quería hablar de “economía,” sino de la vida, de lo que uno tiene que hacer para darle un sentido. Y con toda […]
The Church celebrates the feastday of St. Margaret of Scotland today. Much has been written about the significance of the name, Margaret. It came originally from the Greek, margaron, meaning pearl. For that reason Margaret was sometimes called “The Pearl of Scotland,” to which one of her biographers commented, “The fairness pre-shadowed in her name […]