• The Parishes of Holy Cross and Blessed Sacrament
  • The Parishes of Holy Cross and Blessed Sacrament
  • The Parishes of Holy Cross and Blessed Sacrament
  • The Parishes of Holy Cross and Blessed Sacrament
  • The Parishes of Holy Cross and Blessed Sacrament
  • The Parishes of Holy Cross and Blessed Sacrament
  • The Parishes of Holy Cross and Blessed Sacrament

Mass Times

Saturday Vigil
4:00pmHoly Cross
5:30pmBlessed Sacrament

Sunday
8:00amHoly Cross
9:30amBlessed Sacrament
11:00amHoly Cross

Daily Mass
Mon, Wed, Fri: 8:00amHoly Cross
Tues,Thurs: 7:30amBlessed Sacrament

Reconciliation

Saturdays
Holy Cross
3:00pm to 3:45pm

Blessed Sacrament
3:15pm to 3:45pm

Outreach Services

ServicePhone
AA Helpline1-800-640-7545
Al-Anon1-800-339-9006
Birthright of Scranton570-961-1133
National Hotline For Abortion Recovery1-866-482+5433
Rachel’s Vineyard Post Abortive Healing1-877-467-3463
PA 24 Hour Child Abuse Hot Line1-800-932-0313

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Movie Night

MOVIE NIGHT: “Entertaining Angels: The Dorothy Day Story” – Monday, November 27, 6:30 PM, Kelley Hall.

Dorothy Day (1897-1980) was an American journalist, social activist and Catholic convert. She lived hard, made mistakes, endured the consequences. She made a difference, left a mark. During the depression, she vowed to house the homeless, feed the hungry, tend the sick. Not easily done when her total finances amounted to 97 cents in a battered canister. She persisted. She launches the newspaper “The Catholic Worker” and saw to it that what she believed and wrote about was put into action. Her life is a moving lesson of a faith not just believed, but loved.

The case for her canonization continues, she is called “Servant of God” for her heroic dedication to the poor.

“The journey towards faith in such a secularized environment was particularly difficult, but grace acts none the less”…..Dorothy Day