Teacher, which commandment in the law is the greatest?
During the Open (Green) Phase there are still restrictions in place for health and safety (these are essentially the same as the Restricted (Yellow) Phase). Note that the Sunday Mass Obligation is still suspended. You are not required to attend Mass at this time. Per Archdiocesan Directives, those who are sick or high risk should STAY HOME. Please see the following video and link:
These Directives are also available for viewing on the New/Events Page
Archbishop Pérez’ Facebook Page:
**Please check the News/Events Page (under “Our Parish” tab above) for any new information during these times of suspended parish activities.
Our parish has made a limited return to public Mass with restrictions and I continued to be very grateful and inspired. The support and generosity of Holy Cross parishioners is indeed uplifting! Know that you and your intentions are always remembered in the Masses that I celebrate! Please remember Holy Cross in your planned giving. Parish operations and services depend upon the weekly offerings. Electronic giving always remains an option and I am grateful to those who have chosen this. Please click the icon on the bottom of this page for more information. Weekly envelopes may still be mailed-in or dropped-off. I remain grateful to and inspired by our many wonderful Holy Cross parishioners. Let’s continue to pray for an end to the COVID-19 pandemic knowing for sure that God never abandons His people!
Our Lady of the Holy Cross!
Pray for us!
First Holy Communion – October 17, 2020
E-Mail Scam Alert!
Please be alert to e-mail scams requesting gift cards, money, or other assistance. Such e-mails are not from Father Wilson or Holy Cross Staff!
Please note: Mass is being said for all Mass intentions, though every Mass may not be available for public viewing. Thank you for your understanding!
The ADORATION CHAPEL is now opened. There are restrictions in place: occupancy is limited to four adorers, masks are to be worn, please respect social distancing, and hand sanitizer is to be used. Temporary chapel hours will be 9am to 7pm Monday to Friday until further notice. PLEASE DO NOT VISIT THE CHAPEL IF YOU ARE SICK.
The Parish Office is on a reduced schedule. Staff will be checking messages remotely from home.
Opportunities to watch mass online:
Archbishop Nelson J. Perez celebrated the Sacrament of Confirmation here at Holy Cross on Sunday, March 8 at the 11:00 Mass.
Video of the Confirmation can be seen on the Archbishop’s Facebook page: