Calendar, Events, and Special Activities

Holy Cross School Celebration of the Green
Saturday, February 29 

7:00-11:00 PM in the Holy Cross Gymnasium

Join us for an evening of Irish food and Entertainment in the Emerald City to support Holy Cross School.
· Everyone 21 and Over Invited
· Casual Attire
· Great Food, Great Friends, Great Entertainment all for a Great Cause!
$35.00 Single Tickets
$70.00 Couple
$260.00 Reserved Table of 8

Ticket Includes:
¨ Food, Live  Band & Desserts
¨ Cash Bar with Beer, Wine & Cider

Tickets may be purchased online at
~Your name will be at the door~
Questions?  Call 663-6533

given at The Annual Holy Cross Sports Banquet each year.

The Sacrament of First Communion
Our young parish children have begun preparing to receive their First Holy Communion. For the next preparation class, please attend ONE of the following 1st Communion meetings:

THIS Tuesday, February 25, 6:30 – 8:00 PM
THIS Thursday, February 27, 6:30 – 8:00 PM.

Meetings are for BOTH Parent & Child, in the School Cafeteria.Children Must complete First Reconciliation (Penance) before beginning preparation for First Eucharist.

Any questions, please contact or

We live in a time when many people think God is absent. Recognizing God’s powerful presence demands reorienting and realigning our whole being so that we will experience the world with God as its ground and center. Lent comes to awaken us! As we prepare for the dim, dark days of winter to diminish and the light of spring to return, we should long for the Light that is in each of us to be set aflame. We should yearn to be purified again in its gentle warmth. Lent should send us searching for light in Scriptures, in our prayer, and in each other. Light is how God broke into the world in the first place. “Let there be light,” He said. He offered the life of his Son to be the Light for the human race—a light to shine in the darkness, a light the darkness         cannot overcome. Light is what heralded the    resurrection—an angel’s arrival shook the earth, shining as bright as lightning in the dimness of a garden at dawn. Let us pray in Lent for God’s light to break into our life, to light the path forward. But Lent’s light is more than what we receive. It’s about who we are, what we should be about, and how we can be God’s light in the world.

This weekend we begin using the black books. Please take one per family and pray together each day of Lent. The bulletin reflects the opportunities you have to grow, and light your journey of faith.

Prayer: Send forth your light and truth, O Lord, that I might see your face in those I meet and hear your Word proclaimed on the street  corners and in the kitchens. May you lead me to the place where you dwell, that I might sing your praises forever.
Peace, Mary Jo

Keep your eye on the upcoming events. There is sure to be one that fits with your idea of a good time.