Holy Cross Parish is host to this amazing perpetual Adoration Chapel, to which the faithful from across the greater Winnipeg area come to adore the True Presence – 7 days a week, 24 hours a day! There are a few time slots that we still need a fill. Please consider spending some time with our […]
Holy Cross Parish is thrilled to be the recipient of a grant in memory of Father Martin Bradbury, from The Adrian & Maylene Cancilla Foundation in the amount of $50,000 towards the Kitchen and Basement Renovation Fund. Holy Cross Parish is so profoundly grateful to the Cancilla family for their kind generosity!
Sunday, September 17th | To celebrate our parish feast day we held a short procession of the cross followed by a parish-wide potluck dinner.
The 100th Anniversary Celebration of Fatima Continues at Holy Cross Parish Cenacle Prayer Meeting with Adoration and Reconciliation will follow the 7:50 a.m. Mass on the following days: Thursday, July 13th Saturday, August 19th Wednesday, September 13th Friday, October 13th All are welcome! (There is a plenary indulgence attached to this prayer meeting with the […]
Pope Francis has granted a plenary indulgence opportunity for the 100th anniversary of the Our Lady of Fatima apparitions throughout the centennial year, from the 27th of November 2016 until the 26th of November 2017. Listed in a statement from the Fatima Shrine in Portugal, there are three ways to obtain the indulgence: Make a pilgrimage […]
People enjoyed themselves and were able to explore their creative gifts at the Holy Cross Paint Party held last month on March 18th. Click on the photos to have a closer look at some of the paintings.
After all the improvements to the sidewalks and approach areas to the outside of the Church last year, we are left with two major projects to complete. They are the reconstruction of the front stairway and the re-pointing of the stonework of the Church exterior walls. Both projects have been approved by the Diocese; subject […]
Universal: In the Service of Peace: That the language of love and dialogue may always prevail over the language of conflict.