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!
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.
Fatima Centennial Anniversary
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.
"For it is in giving...
...that we receive."
Francis of Assisi
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.
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
Monday–Sunday: 7:30 AM
(prayed daily prior to 8 AM Mass)
Monday–Friday: 8:30 – 10:30 AM
06/28/17 4:42 am
(Vatican Radio) Venezuela`s President Nicolas Maduro says a Police Helicopter has attacked the Supreme Court, but a hurled grenade failed to explode.
Listen to James Blears report:Read More
06/28/17 4:42 am
(Vatican Radio) Christians and minorities in conflict areas of the Middle East are in need of protection, since religious communities are no longer able to live together in peace, according to the Director-General of the International Committee of the Red Cross, Yves Daccord.
In an interview with Vatican Radio, Mr. Daccord outlined the worst humanitarian crises in the world at the moment, saying climate change and third-party intervention have aggravated conflicts in Syria, Iraq, Yemen, Afghanistan, and Northeastern Nigeria, which have displaced millions in recent years.Read More
06/27/17 12:48 pm
The heads of the member Churches of South Sudan’s Council of Churches (SSCC) have empathised with the people of South Sudan who fled their homes to take refuge in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia as a result of the ongoing conflict in that country. The heads of SSCC were in Addis Ababa for a meeting when they paid a visit to the refugee settlement hosting South Sudanese nationals.
In a Pastoral message issued 23 June, the Church leaders highlighted several means through which they have tried to encourage peace in the troubled nation. Since the armed conflict in South Sudan began, in December 2013, the SSCC have been deeply concerned about the killings, rape, lootings and human rights abuses prevalent because of the conflict in that country.Read More