OUR MISSION

We, the people of Holy Cross Catholic Church,

form a diverse Christian community that

challenges each of us to proclaim and live

the Gospel message of Jesus Christ in our world

through worship, evangelization,

Christian formation and outreach.

Holy Cross Catholic Church

   

August is the month of The Immaculate Heart of Mary


 

RELIGIOUS EDUCATION REGISTRATIONS ARE NOW OPEN! 

Classes will start Sunday September 10th, 2017.

Preceded by the first mandatory parents meeting on September 9th (9:00 AM in English and 10:00 AM in Spanish)

You can download the registration form HERE or you can stop by the Parish office.

Inspirational movies will continue every other Wednesday through the summer. Bring you own chair cushion; Holy Cross Family Prayer Group will provide the popcorn. Make your plans now and bring a friend.

PLEASE CHECK WITH THE PARISH OFFICE FOR MOVIES SCHEDULE!

This Wednesday August 16th,  "The Shack"

DAILY MASSES at  8:00 A.M. MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY, will be held in The Chapel beginning on Monday, May 1st.

Eucharistic Adoration on weekday mornings from Monday through Friday will also be held in the chapel.

 

 

A Message from Father Bernie...

As you may noticed, we have a new link on this website "A Message from Father Bernie". This is a blog link that will allow you to review all those enriching messages that Father Bernie shares with us every Sunday in our Parish bulletins. The first message available goes back to July 16, 2017 but we'll continue to make all upcoming messages available for you on this website.

Bulletin News

Our Sunday bulletins can now be delivered to your own email. Sign up at

https://discovermass.com/church/holy-cross-palmetto-fl/#bulletins

 

Eucharistic Adoration ministry is always in need of MANY MANY more committed Adorers, if you want to accompany Him for at least 30 minutes sign-up is available at the Parish Office.

 

Online Giving 

 

"For it is in giving...

...that we receive."

Francis of Assisi

 

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MSGR. JOSEPH FERRARO Monsignor Joe has published a wonderful collection of prayers, a reverent expression of sailors talking to God from the heart. This is available with a DVD of him singing duets and solos taken from past productions that he took part in during the late 1980’s. The cost is a donation of $6.00 for the book and DVD. Please stop at the Holy Cross Gift Shop or the Parish office to get your copy. All money collected will be donated to Holy Cross.

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501 26th Street West
Palmetto, Fl 34221
 
(941) 729-3891
 
      

Mass Times

ENGLISH MASS:

Monday–Saturday: 8:00 AM

Saturday: 4:00 PM
Confession – 3:00 PM

Sunday: 8:00 AM; 10:00 AM
Confession – 11:45 AM

ESPAÑOL / SPANISH MASS:

Lunes / Monday: 7:00 PM

Domingo / Sunday: 12:30 PM
Confesión – 11:45 AM

ROSARY:
Monday–Sunday: 7:30 AM
(prayed daily prior to 8 AM Mass)


EUCHARISTIC ADORATION:
Monday–Friday: 8:30 – 10:30 AM

Vatican News

Pope sends condolences to victims of Portugal accident on Madeira

(Vatican Radio)  Pope Francis has sent his condolences to the victims of a tragic accident on the Portughese island of Madeira, in which 13 people died and nearly 50 were injured.

A tree fell on a group of Catholic faithful as they prepared to participate in a procession to celebrate the Solemnity of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary on Tuesday.

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Pope Francis prays for Barcelona victims

(Vatican Radio) The Director of the Holy See Press Office, Greg Burke has said that Pope Francis was greatly disturbed by what had happened in Barcelona.

He also said that the Pope prayed for the victims and expressed his closeness to the Spanish people in particular the injured and the families of the victims.

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Pope Francis prays for victims of Sierra Leone mudslide

(Vatican Radio) Pope Francis has expressed his “closeness” to those who have loved ones in the tragic mudslide that struck Sierra Leone.

A telegram signed by Cardinal Secretary of State Pietro Parolin says the Holy Father is praying for all those who have died; and that he invokes “divine blessings of strength and consolation” on their grieving family and friends.

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