• Mass Times

    Mass Times

    Weekdays
    Monday 7:00 am
    Tues., Thurs., Fri.: 8:00am
    Wed.: 6:30pm

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

    Reconciliation
    Saturdays: 4:00pm - 5:00pm
    Weekdays 30 minutes before Mass

  • Ordination to the Priesthood - May 26, 2018

    Ordination to the Priesthood - May 26, 2018

    10:00 a.m., at Church of the Magdalen in Wichita. Deacons Michael Brungardt, Garett Burns, Isaac Coulter, Matt Davied, Nic Jurgensmeyer, Michael Kerschen, Chris Martin, Jimmy Schibi, Todd Shepherd, and Derek Thome will be ordained as priests. A reception will follow in the gym.

    The Ordination Mass will be live streamed.

  • Pray for Ireland

    Pray for Ireland

    From Bishop Kemme:  On May 25, the people of Ireland will vote on their 8th amendment, which guarantees life to both the mother and the baby. If repealed, Ireland will have abortion on demand.  

    I am asking the people of the diocese to voluntarily choose one day between now and May 25 to fast for this intention using the traditional Ash Wednesday/Good Friday guidelines for fasting. Please lift up your hearts in prayer for the unborn of Ireland by offering fasting and holy hours of adoration. Let us unite spiritually with our prolife brothers and sisters in Ireland so that the unborn there will know the protection of law for succeeding generations.  Thank you and God bless you.

  • Month of Mary

    Month of Mary

    May is the month to honor Virgin Mary, As the Mother of God, the Virgin Mary has a unique position among the saints, indeed, among all creatures. She is exalted, yet still one of us. The Church honors her as the Mother of God, looks to her as a model of perfect discipleship, and asks for her prayers to God on our behalf.

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  • 26 May
    Ordination to the Priesthood Church of the Magdalen 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM
  • 26 May
    Confession 04:00 PM to 05:00 PM
  • 28 May
    Happy Memorial Day! Thank you to all who serve(d)! All Day
  • 28 May
    Memorial Day Office Closed All Day
  • 02 Jun
    Confession 04:00 PM to 05:00 PM
  • 09 Jun
    Marriage Renewal Weekend All Day
  • 26 May - 10 Jun
  • 09 Jun - 11 Jun

From the beginning the parish retained a vision of a permanent church. This dream of a new parish church began to take shape in the spring of 1980 as the parish appeal, known as OPUS DEI - the work of God, began. The announcement of this monumental project was made to the parish family on April 20 in a special homily.  Father Sean O'Shea, pastor of Holy Cross at that time, formed committees to raise funds and draw up plans for the permanent church. Thirty committee members, directed by Father O'Shea, met weekly for seven weeks. In addition, approxi­mately 70 parish volunteers made personal visits to each family in order to insure total participation. A final eighth meeting, called Impact Day, concluded the mass canvass­ing made of parish families. Funds of $1.8 million were raised, and the parish dream began to materialize as the ground breaking for the new Church building took place on No­vember 1, 1981. This ceremony officially began the con­struction phase of the new structure.

Construction of the new building at the 27th and Plum site actually began in November. Jost & Weins Construc­tion Co. was selected as general contractor. The architec­tural firm for the building project was Miller-Dronberger-­Arbuckle-Walker and McLain.

Parishioners witnessed the progress of the construction weekly as they attended Mass. The placement of the stee­ple on the 100-foot bell tower and the completion of the Rose Window over the choir loft were chronicled in the local newspaper.

It was in the spring of 1983 that the parish dream finally seemed a reality. On April 24, parishioners shared in the ceremony in which the cornerstone of the church was laid. Twenty-five items were included in the copper box which was set in place behind the cornerstone.

In an editorial in the October 16 issue of "The Hutchinson News," the church was lauded as "a magnificent addition to the community. .. " The writer saw the scope of the project and its "sterling results" as a source of great pride for Holy Cross parishioners and citizens of Hutchinson.

Indeed, parishioners had reason for pride in the new facility. They had pledged $1.75 million for the church and, in October, it became the fourth church in the Wichita diocese to become both dedicated and consecrated.

Book Club - Tremendous Trifles by G.K. Chesterton

The parish book discussion for May will be on TREMENDOUS Read More

Altar Society

The Church of the Holy Cross Altar Society is comprised Read More

Harvest House

Harvest House is an organization whose members are fifty-five years Read More

Knights of Columbus

The Knights of Columbus is a Catholic, Family, Fraternal, Service Read More

Wichita Adore

Wichita Adore will be at Church of the Holy Cross Read More

Perpetual Adoration

Open Hours at Church of the Holy Cross are Wednesdays Read More

Marian Devotion

If you would like to join with others seeking a Read More

Catholic Kidz Camp

Join us as we “Track Mary All Over the World.” Read More

Totus Tuus July 22-27

Hutchinson Tri-Parish Totus Tuus is coming to Our Lady of Read More

Midwest Catholic Family Conference

Midwest Catholic Family Conference August 3-5, bring the whole family! Read More

Birthright Baby Bottle Fundraiser

Please return baby bottles before Father’s Day so they can Read More

Food Bank / SVDP Weekend

June 16th & 17th Please give generously this month so Read More

Meals on Wheels

Holy Cross delivers meals to the shut-in each Wednesday. Usually Read More

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