Anointing of the Sick
A channel for special graces from God that comfort and heal, physically and/or spiritually, the seriously ill.
A deepening and strengthening of the grace received at Baptism, which is considered the presence of God.
The recieving of Christ’s Body and Blood. Volunteers needed to bring communion to the nursing home. Sign up below.
The peace between humanity and God that results from the expiation of religious sin and the propitiation of God’s wrath.
About Holy Cross
Holy Cross Church was built in 1913 and dedicated on September 14th 1914. The PASTOR FROM 1913-1914 was Fr. John Pieper. Some of the first Parishioners included Mr. and Mrs. Peter Schinstock, Mr. & Mrs. Henry Sanders, Mr. & Mrs. Frank Rehberg, Mr. & Mrs. George McNamara, Mr. & Mrs. Ed McNamara among others. These members were pleased to have Mass in Beemer because prior, they would travel to Wisner or West Point sometimes by train, and sometimes, the train did not coincide with the Mass times.
The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA)–The program prepares those adults who want to receive the following sacraments: Baptism, Holy Communion or Eucharist, Confirmation as well as those who would like to be received into Catholic faith from other religious denominations. Our sessions usually commences on September and ends on Easter of every year. If you are interested in joining this RCIA program, contact Fr. Vincent Sunguti at : [email protected] or Phone 402 529 3531.
Holy Cross Catholic Church
Saturday | 5:00pm – 2nd & 4th Saturdays
Sunday | 8:30am
Sunday | 8:00am – 8:20am or by appointment