614-224-3416

CONVENIENTLY LOCATED DOWNTOWN!

MASS TIMES

MASS SCHEDULE:

Sunday: 9:00 am

Sunday: 11:00 am

Tuesday-Saturday: 11:30 am

First Friday Mass: 7:30 pm

If you would like to schedule a Mass intention, please call (614) 224-3416

RECONCILIATION:

By appointment... until July.

MARRIAGE PREPARATION NEWS:

Due to COVID-19, Pre-Cana weekends have been cancelled. As an alternative, the Diocese of Columbus is asking all couples preparing for marriage to sign up for this Pre-Cana Class: https://smartloving.org/engaged/

OR

The Columbus chapter of Engaged Encounter offers a two-day program done over a weekend (June 12-14 and October 23-25. The cost is $30 per couple).  The presentations cover many topics and experiences the couple may face as they begin their life together.  Please visit www.engaged.org to check for availability as each weekend is limited to 25 couples.

 

 

NEWS

COVID NEWS (June 2, 2021)

Many thought this day would never come, but things will finally be going back to normal, (mostly*).

Beginning June 6, 2021, (Corpus Christi) the requirement to attend Mass is reinstated. Welcome back!

*Although most things within the Mass will be going back to normal (pre-COVID), there are a few things which will remain the same such as:

Communion being offered only under one form and at the "sign of peace" you may shake hands with people in your family.

 

ASSIGNMENT NEWS

Effective July 13, 2021, Bishop Brennan has appointed me to be the Pastor of St. Mary (Nashport) and St. Ann (Dresden) Churches.  Between now and then, I will continue to be the Administrator Pro Tem at St. John Neumann, Sunbury in addition to my duties here at Holy Cross. Please pray for the next priest who will serve here at Holy Cross (as that decision will be made within the next few months).

Fr. Ryan Schmit

 

 

 

 

HISTORY OF HOLY CROSS CHURCH

The "Mother Church of Columbus" has a long and rich history, from its origins in 1833 as a mission served by the Dominicans of Somerset, Ohio, to its present position as a thriving center of spiritual strength in its downtown neighborhood, now known as the Discovery District.