• 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

Latest Tweets

FEASTS OF THE EPIPHANY AND THE BAPTISM OF THE LORD

Today the Church celebrates the Feast of the Epiphany of the Lord – the manifestation of the Christ to the Gentiles. The feast is traditionally celebrated the 12th day after Christmas, January 6th (hence the Christmas Carol: the 12 Days of Christmas). In the diocese of the United States, however, this feast has been moved to the Sunday between January 2 and January 8. On Monday, the Church concludes the Christmas Season with the celebration of the Feast of the Baptism of the Lord. The Feast of the Baptism of the Lord celebrates a turning point in the life of Jesus. It was time for Jesus as the anointed servant of God to begin his ministry. The Father pronounces Jesus as his beloved Son and Jesus began his public ministry. As we celebrate the Baptism of the Lord, we are reminded of our own rebirth in baptism. We are invited to look to Jesus and to our own lives and to listen to where Jesus is calling us. Through Jesus we are blessed on our mission in life.

Baptism Of the Lord