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Upcoming Events

Celebrate 60!

Church of the Holy Cross will commemorate our 60th Anniversary in June 2017.  We will host events throughout the next year to renew our parish.  The Year of Celebration will kick off June 12th, 2016.

For the first event, he parish will come together for an outdoor Eucharistic Adoration and a social celebration for the beginning of the 60th Anniversary Year.  Wichita Adore will provide music and the setting for the Adoration just west of the church.  Reconciliation will also be available at the event.  The objective of Wichita Adore is to allow everyone a view into the Lord's very heart: the Eucharist. It is a way for all of us to begin the year focused on Jesus Christ.

Watch for the following scheduled events and many more activities through the year.


June 12, 2016 – Kickoff for the Year of Celebration

October 15, 2016 – Pilgrimage to the Cathedral for Year of Mercy

November 12, 2016 – Holiness Revolution,  Dan DeMatte

Dec 4 - 6, 2016 – With the Eyes of Mercy – Reflections for the Jubilee Year of Mercy

Feb 19 - 21, 2017 – Jesse Manibusan Parish Mission

June 10-11, 2017 – 60th Anniversary Celebration


Read more: Celebrate 60!

Hospitality of the Face and Heart

“A day never passed without Dorothy Day speaking of the works of mercy: feeding the hungry, giving drink to the thirsty, clothing the naked, giving shelter to the homeless, caring for sick, visiting prisoners, burying the dead, admonishing the sinner, instructing the ignorant, counseling the doubtful, comforting the sorrowful, bearing wrongs patiently, forgiving all injuries, praying for the living and the dead.
She helped us understand a merciful life has many levels: there is hunger not only for food but also for faith, not only for a place at the table but also for a real welcome, not only for assistance but also for listening, not only for kind words but also for truthful words. There is not only hospitality of the door but also hospitality of the face and heart. As she said, ‘We are here to celebrate Him through these works of mercy.’”
Excerpted from the Catholic Education Resource Center.  The original article, “Dorothy Day: Saint & Troublemaker," by Jim Forest ran in Canticle Magazine (Winter, 1998).

Parents of Students at Holy Cross & Trinity

"Attention Parents - Parishioners of Holy Cross with Students at Holy Cross & Trinity:

As agreed by the schools administration and the priests of the three parishes, you should schedule a meeting with your parish priest and have your enrollment agreement form signed in his presence! This form is required for your kids' enrollment! PLEASE BRING THE CHILDREN ALSO!!   This is an opportunity to ask questions and get clarifications on issues you may raise! Normally the meeting would last around 15-30 minutes!

Please call the parish office the soonest possible time to schedule your meeting! The sooner the better!"

Thank you! Fr. Roger


First Saturday with Benediction, Adoration and Confession

Holy Cross parish will now have First Saturday Mass followed by an hour of Eucharistic Adoration and Benediction!
This begins Saturday, February 6th!  Great opportunity to encounter mercy as we celebrate the Jubilee Year of Mercy. 

On the first week-end of the month additional times for Confession include:
Saturday:  also, After 5:30pm mass
Sunday:  8:30am  and  After 11:00am mass

Mass Times

Tues., Thurs., Fri.: 8:00am
Wed.: 6:30pm

Saturday: 5:30pm
Sunday: 9:00am and 11:00am

Saturdays: 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Weekdays 30 minutes before Mass
Anytime at request