Holy Trinity

God and S’mores

Kids are naturally inquisitive. Some times their constant questioning about life drives their parents crazy, especially when the parents do not know the answer! One question that we will never be able to answer fully or understand completely is: What is God like? But, we should keep on asking the question. Jesus, of course, is […]

Body and Blood of Christ

The Body and Blood of Christ

Let’s take a quiz: Which one of the following statements is true? 1. The consecrated bread and wine at Mass symbolizes the spirit and teachings of Jesus. 2. The consecrated bread and wine at Mass is the real presence of Jesus only during Mass. 3. The consecrated bread and wine at Mass is the real […]

News & Announcements


If you, or someone you know, want to become Catholic, now’s the time to make that call! Classes are for: Non-Catholics who know they want to join or who may be interested in joining but need more information first. Catholics who have never received the sacraments of Eucharist and/or Confirmation. Married couples of mixed religious […]


1st and 2nd year Confirmation classes for students attending public schools begin soon. Note that Confirmation preparation is a two year cycle that begins during the 7th grade year. The 2nd year classes will start this September and run through until Confirmation, and the 1st year classes will begin in January. Registration forms can be […]

THE CATECHESIS OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD – A program for Pre-school age children

The Catechesis of the Good Shepherd is available at Holy Cross. This program is an approach to the religious formation of children that is rooted in the Bible, the liturgy of the Church, and the educational principles of Maria Montessori. The children come to an ’atrium’ where they are given the opportunity to independently discover […]

FAMILY FORMATION – A Different Approach to Religious Education

FAMILY FORMATION is a whole family approach to learning and living the Catholic Faith. The Family Formation Program at Holy Cross serves families with children in grades K – 6. It is a faith formation opportunity for the entire family. Families are supported and encouraged in their efforts to pray, worship, and grow in faith […]

The Life of St. John Bosco: Indiscriminate Love

Saint John Bosco accomplished what many people considered an impossibility. He walked through the streets of Turin, Italy, looking for the dirtiest, roughest urchins he could find, then made good men of them. His extraordinary success can be summed up in the words of his patron Saint, Francis de Sales: “The measure of his love […]