Attention Holy Cross Parishioners

We are excited to announce that we will be live streaming Mass

Daily via the Diocesan website (

Online Mass Times:
Weekdays @ 7:00am, 12:00pm & 7:00pm (Español)

Saturdays @ 4:30pm
Sundays @ 10:00am (English) & 11:00am (Español)

Update March 17, 2020

Upon further prayer and reflection, Bishop Baldacchino has revised the suspension of funeral masses. Funerals will be celebrated in a private manner with only the immediate family present (less than 10 people).

Update March 16, 2020

With the foremost concern for our Parish community and recognizing the importance of social distancing in containing the spread of COVID-19, Bishop Baldacchino has made the difficult but necessary decision to temporarily suspend the public celebration of Mass including weddings and funerals. In addition, all parish events such as baptism and marriage preparation classes, group meetings, etc. are suspended.

The Pastoral Center is currently transitioning to a limited-service operation. During this period, the Pastoral Center will operate with minimal staff on-site and some employees working remotely. Although the Pastoral Center doors will be locked, personnel will be accessible by phone and email. This will allow for social distancing while minimizing foot traffic throughout the building. 

During this time the faithful are encouraged to pray individually or as a family, with the Liturgy of the Hours, reading scripture, reciting the Rosary, and with other means. Spiritual resources, including a Family Home Celebration During Suspension of Mass, are posted on the diocesan homepage. 


Wednesday, 02 September 2015 13:06

Holy Cross Official Statement

Cracked DoorDuring the Sunday 8 am mass, our devoted parishioners were disrupted by a senseless act of violence.  An explosive device was detonated outside the church doors in a steel trashcan. Thanks be to God there were no injuries. Law enforcement responded immediately, asking parishioners to leave campus.  Our parishioners, community, and bishops demonstrated their unity.  Volunteers worked together to shuttle parishioners home. The firemen provided food and water. 


In a show of support, Monsignor Anderson was contacted by the pastor at Calvary Baptist Church which had been bombed earlier that morning. Members of the community joined local clergy for a rally Pioneer Park.  Prayers were offered in thanksgiving to God for the safety of the parish communities and a common sense of unity prevailed. 


We have received assurances by Governor Martinez and expressions of support by State Senators.  Federal, state and local government agencies continue to monitor the campus and are actively investigating the crime.  Anyone with information should contact 1-­800-­CAL-FBI.  


At this moment the most important action we can take is to pray and attend mass.  We must show that we are united and that our faith is strong.  To every believer, our Lord has told us,

FEAR NOT, for I am with you; do not be discouraged, for I am your God. 
                   I will strengthen you and help you. (Isaiah 41:10).  


We look forward to seeing you at our weekday and weekend masses

Come Celebrate with Us!

Monday – Friday: 8am / 12:10pm
Saturday: 4:30 / 6:30Spanish
Sunday: 8:00, 9:45, 11:45, 1:00 Spanish, 4:00 Youth





Let’s Make Sure
NEVER Happens Again!


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