Holy Cross is the premier Catholic parish of southeast Dallas, crossing cultures to praise the One God!
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Mission: Holy Cross Catholic Community is a family of believers in the Good News of Jesus Christ. We are a people who blend our diverse tongues, talents and cultures into a unified expression of God’s will. As we bring our multi-fold gifts to the worship table, we witness to God’s love by service to our greater community through works of social justice, peacemaking, education and praise. We welcome all to join us in our efforts to be a people of a creative and all-embracing God. Foremost, we want to keep this vision alive by sharing with our young people all our resources and wisdom so that real community will continue to happen in new and exciting ways at Holy Cross.
Be brave. Be strong. Be true. Our baptismal promises require this of us!
I am so happy to celebrate Juneteenth this year, and am thinking of it as a holy day. As Sr. Thea Bowman used to say, inspired by Civil Rights marchers: IT DOESN'T MATTER IF YOU'RE SCARED, JUST KEEP ON STEPPIN'! Wise and Blessed advice from one of the five African Americans on their way to Catholic Sainthood, some of whom were born in slavery.
The Lord is blessing us in so many ways ... we just can't tell it all!
Giving birth during a pandemic may sound like a scary thing. But Madelyn Collins found the experience of delivering her second daughter amidst COVID-19 not all that much different from her first. Read her story:
FREE MILK this week! Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson is hosting the Mayor’s Milk Initiative, a partnership between Borden Dairy, Dallas ISD, and local faith leaders to give away gallons of 2% white milk to Dallas families in need during the COVID-19 pandemic.
There are sites all over the city open beginning this Thursday through the end of June.
Get your creativity flowing, and get ready to salute Father Tim in a retirement parade in his honor!
Dominican Friars of the Province of Saint Joseph
Fr. Gabriel Gillen, O.P., will be offering a special Novena of Masses to St. Martin de Porres for racial reconciliation and peace in the United States beginning on June 26 and ending on July 4. You can find the Novena prayer here: https://bit.ly/2Be1vah
Photo: Fr. Thomas McGlynn, O.P., puts the finishing touches on his sculpture of St. Martin de Porres.
Bro. Mickey shares ... "Blessings of Corpus Christi Sunday - 2 days late! (I started this Sunday night but feel asleep before finishing.) The late, great Sr. Thea Bowman used to tell kids that God gave us five fingers for a reason: to remind us of the five colors of people in the world -- black, white, red, yellow, and brown. This idea came to me during our first community Mass Sunday. Color in the hosts with the five colors of humanity and Christ's body, and pray for an end to racism.
You may want to watch this recent webinar ... "The Dignity of Black Lives: A Catholic Response to the Sin of Racism"
The killing of George Floyd by a white law enforcement officer has reawakened a national and international outcry regarding a disregard for Black Lives. With...
What a wonderful time to share this video! Our children are beginning to know the joy of receiving Jesus for the first time in the Sacrament of Communion. Also, this Sunday is the Feast of the Body and Blood of Christ. Here's a special story to share with your family.
Bro. Mickey O'Neill Mcgrath, OSFS
Do this throughout the day: Take a deep breath and hold it, Breathe In love, compassion, wisdom and peace; then Breathe Out racism, misogyny, homophobia, and hatred. But wear a mask, so you don't breathe all that nastiness back into the world.
The scars of systematic racism plague our nation,
our communities, and our churches.
For too long, too many of us stood silent or said too little
as our Black brothers and sisters
succumbed to the brutal blows of racism’s cruel injustice.
Let us say their names,
those who bled and died on this punishing cross,
and ask forgiveness.
Antwan Rose II
Devaris “Caine” Rogers
Eddie Lee Patterson
Fr. Tim speaks to our community about the sins of racism and hate, and calls us to allow the Holy Spirit to change our hearts to ones of acceptance and love and peace.
What's all the fuss about?! Watch Sunday's Mass -- the Feast of Holy Trinity -- at 11am on Channel 4 and streamed on www.cathdal.org. This week's celebration was filmed at our house, Holy Cross!
Please remember that we cannot yet celebrate Sunday Masses in person. We invite you to take this opportunity to celebrate with the Church of Dallas.
8 minutes and 46 seconds.
That is how long three police officers stood guard as Officer Derek Chauvin suffocated George Floyd to death. 8 minutes and 46 seconds.
Tomorrow, FRIDAY JUNE 5th, we join the NAACP in calling for a National Day of Mourning in recognition of George Floyd's funeral. At 2:45pm CST we are asking everyone to take a moment of silence for 8 minutes and 46 seconds.
Sign the NAACP's "We Are Done Dying" Petition: https://www.naacp.org/campaigns/we-are-done-dying/
Explore and use the Knights of Peter Claver and Ladies Auxiliary's Social Justice Resources: www.kofpc.org/sjguide
naacp.org The NAACP launches the We Are Done Dying Campaign to expose the inequities embedded into the American healthcare system and the country at large. Act today.
We cannot tolerate or turn a blind eye to racism and exclusion in any form. At the same time, we have to recognize that violence is self-destructive and self-defeating. Nothing is gained by violence and so much is lost. Let us pray for reconciliation and peace. -- Pope Francis
If you are searching for healthy food options in this time of need ...
This week we pay tribute to two "young" men of God -- our deacons -- on their ordination anniversaries. May the Lord keep blessing you real good!
Our Bishop Burns calls for prayers for George Floyd and our country with a Prayer for and End to Racism and Pentecost Homily.
cathdal.org Bishop Edward J. Burns and Auxiliary Bishop Greg Kelly join their brother bishops in Texas in calling for prayers for George Floyd, his loved ones and for justice and peace in our country.
"The world sees conservatives and progressives; the Spirit sees children of God. A worldly gaze sees structures to be made more efficient; a spiritual gaze sees brothers and sisters pleading for mercy." -- Pope Francis
We pray for God's blessing and merciful protection upon all people who suffer persecution from racism and domestic violence. -- Holy Cross Catholic Church Community
All too often racism and domestic violence come in the form of the sin of omission, when individuals, communities, and even churches remain silent and fail t...
Bro. Mickey O'Neill Mcgrath, OSFS
Keep calm and color! Choose colors which make you mindful of the Pentecost Spirit of light and love, not fear and anger. Take a break from the news while you do this. Have a cup of tea or a glass of wine (or any adult beverage of your choice, of course), engage all your senses, and welcome the light filled presence of the Spirit into your heart.
A very special and important message from our pastor Fr. Tim ...
From Br. Mickey ...
Pentecost Sunday Reflection from our pastor Fr. Tim Gollob.
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. Kappa Zeta Chapter
The Dallas County Housing and Utility Assistance Program is accepting applications for grant funding from county residents who have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. This funding is specifically earmarked for eligible individuals and households who reside in Dallas County, but outside of the City of Dallas (they have their own program).
➡️ A maximum amount of $1,500 per month for up to three months may be provided for housing expenses such as rent, mortgage payments, and utilities.
➡️ Funds can be used to pay all of any part of these expenses, including arrears that occurred after March 1, 2020.
➡️ Funds will be issued in the form of a grant and will be paid directly to the landlord/mortgage company/utility provider on behalf of the applicant.
For more information and to apply, go to either of the following:
2. Arrive early
3. Follow health guidelines
eventbrite.com Register and choose which campus that you will be attending!
Congratulations to Leadership Women graduate, our own Jennifer C. Stimpson, Ed.D. for being the very the first Maura Award recipient to be honored virtually! Register to be a part of the celebration at https://txwf.co/leadershipforum. God bless you, Jennifer!
FREE gallons of milk TODAY in South Dallas at Aunt Bette's Pantry at the St. Philip's School and Community Center from 1-4:30pm. No identification is required. Anyone is welcome.
Additional sites, dates, and times are listed at:
It's graduation season, and we want to congratulate and give props to all of our Holy Cross graduates.
Please email a picture of your graduate, along with their name and their complete school name to [email protected]. You have until this Friday, May 29 at 5pm.
We will schedule a special graduate tribute for the beginning of June.
Ready, Set, GO!
Remembering our courageous fallen ones ...
One of the most memorable places I have ever been is Normandy Beach on the coast of France. It was beautiful and sunny, and peaceful and quiet, not at all as it was on DDay. I felt I was on Holy Ground and think of it in a special way every Memorial Day. My prayers of thanks to all those men and women who still make such courageous sacrifices today for all of us.
This Sunday, Fr. Tim speaks of our call to care for all of God's creation ... the earth, all that is in it, and one another ... with joy, hope, peace and love.
Fr. Tim speaks of our call to care for all of God's creation ... the earth, all that is in it, and one another ... with joy, hope, peace and love.
Before we re-open fully, we want to ensure the safety of everyone who will visit Holy Cross.
There are NO PUBLIC SUNDAY MASSES until further notice.
We will begin phasing in Masses by celebrating a Mass on Thursdays at 11:30am. Confessions will be heard afterward. NO POT LUCK LUNCH.
PLEASE WEAR A MASK OR FACE COVERING TO MASS. SOCIAL DISTANCE GUIDELINES WILL BE FOLLOWED. Our maximum attendance is 200 persons. Please -- if you do not feel well -- stay at home.
Love should not hurt. The Diocese of Dallas Domestic Violence Outreach Committee reminds you that you are not alone. God loves you and so do we. For help call the 24-hour crisis line at 972.422.7233. In case of an emergency always call 911.
For more information visit www.cathdal.org/dv for resources in times of need.
El amor no debe lastimar. El Comité de Acercamiento de Violencia Doméstica de la Diócesis de Dallas le recuerda que no está solo. Dios lo ama y nosotros también. Si desea obtener asistencia, llame a la línea de crisis las 24 horas al 972.422.7233. En caso de emergencia, siempre llame al 911.
Si desea obtener información adicional, visite www.cathdal.org/dv para obtener recursos en momentos de necesidad.
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www.spsacatholic.org Catholic Private Academy PK3 - 8th Grade
Nuestra Misión Nuestra misión es proclamar el evangelio al pueblo de Dios con sabiduría, oración, trabajo y buen juicio. Nuestra Visión Nuestra visión es convertirnos en una iglesia que dirija a todos los Bautizados al encuent
Doan Chua Thanh Linh - TX is a Vietnamese Eucharistic Youth founded late 1996. Our Doan consists of 70 kids and 20 leaders.
Nuestra Señora del Pilar Catholic Church Iglesia Católica, en Oak Cliff, Dallas Tx.
Roman Catholic Church in the Oak Cliff / Cockrell Hill area
Excellence, Diversity, Catholic
COTI High School Youth Group
Welcome to Holy Trinity Catholic Church. Staffed by the Vincentian fathers for over one hundred years, Holy Trinity serves the uptown community near Oak Lawn and Lemmon Ave.
Beyond Sunday is Holy Trinity Catholic Church's community of young adults, single and married, 20s and 30s - sharing our faith throughout the week.
Grupo de Jovenes de la parroquia de Blessed Sacrament. Las reuniones generales son los domingos de 4pm a 5pm en 231 N. Marsalis Ave. Dallas Texas 75203