healing touch

The Healing Touch

Your skin is a very special creation by God. And one of the primary functions of your skin is to help you “feel” the world around you. There are at least five different types of receptors in the skin that help us respond to pain and to touch. And in blind people, the brain becomes rewired so they can respond to stimulus […]

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Regulations For Lent and Easter Triduum

The regulations for Lent and Easter Triduum follow:  Lent is the principal season of penance in the Christian Year. Priests, religious and laity are strongly urged to develop and follow a program of voluntary self-denial, attentiveness to prayer, and especially to works of charity and mercy.  Everyone 14 years of age or over […]

The Best Fish Frys Are Here at Holy Cross During Lent!

We have the best Lenten Fish and an awesome community of parishioners to welcome you and serve you. Join us every Friday during Lent beginning this Friday, February 20th, from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. in the Holy Cross Parish Center Great Hall. We’ll save you a seat!!  

Lent: How Will You Prepare Your Heart This Lent?

  See what Fr. Robert Barron has to say as he shares his reflections on Lent.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vm3JK7JYAKs   EUCHARISTIC ADORATION will be all day Fridays beginning about 9:00 a.m. and ending at 5:30 p.m. STATIONS OF THE CROSS begin this Friday, February 20th, at 5:30 p.m. in the Church, followed by Benediction. FISH FRYS begin this […]

Friday Eucharistic Adoration – Jesus is Calling You!!

Open House. All are Invited. Each week Jesus holds a special Open House in the peacefulness of our beautiful church. He invites us to spend quiet time with Him to give thanks for blessings received and to tell Him about our pressing concerns. Please consider signing up for a half-hour or more to visit Our […]

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 […]