Solemnity of St. Joseph

St. Joseph is one of the most often forgotten members of the Holy Family. Part of this is due to his silence throughout the Gospels: he never says a word and simply disappears before Jesus’ ministry begins. Much like Joseph’s forgotten presence in the Holy Family, we often forget about[…]

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A Prayer for Protection in Time of Pandemic

This prayer was adopted from one Pope Francis wrote. I encourage everyone to pray it and pray it often. O Mary,  you always brighten our path  as a sign of salvation and of hope.  We entrust ourselves to you, Health of the Sick,  who, at the Cross, took part in[…]

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Wednesday of the 3rd Week of Lent

“I have not come to abolish the law but to fulfill it.” Jesus’ words in the Gospel cause two different reactions depending on the viewpoint you are starting with. Many people assume that Jesus’ example lends to the idea that Jesus’ way fulfilled the law and thus the law came[…]

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What shall you do at home?

What shall we do with all the free time and no Masses on Sundays for two weeks? This might be the thought running through your head or you might be sitting back and relaxing. Hopefully you’re not bored out-of-your mind and doing whatever you can to stay busy. Regardless of[…]

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Bishop Vetter’s letter

Dear Holy Cross parishioners, Bishop Vetter has suspended all public Masses and events until March 30th. This includes: Sunday and daily Masses, Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament, Religious Education classes, and all other classes and event. When the suspension is lifted, I will inform you through this website, Facebook, and[…]

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