• Sample material from Formed.org

    Holy Cross Parishioners have free access to videos, audios, books and study series from Formed.org. To register, visit holycrossottawa.formed.org and complete the one-time registration form.

  • Holy Cross Parish Welcome

    Holy Cross Parish, a community of clergy, religious and laity who, strengthened in Christ, and thankful for our blessings, seek to root ourselves in an authentic Christian community which is called to serve God in praise, each other in sharing, caring and healing, and our brothers and sisters, near and far, in prayer, peace and justice.

  • Fr Lukose addressing the children about their grandparents

    On Grandparents Day, Fr. Lukose addressed the children of the parish about the importance of their grandparents' love and example. After the 9:30 Mass, parishioners gathered in the hall for a reception which featured a photo booth run by the youth group.

  • The festival Mass at the parish feast, 2018

    Holy Cross Parish marked its parish feast with a festival Mass on September 16, 2018. Concelebrating the Mass were Fr. Tavis, Fr. Lukose and Fr. Anthony, assisted by Deacon John and Deacon Bob.

  • Bishop Bourgon and Bob Laird with first donation

    Bishop Robert Bourgon of the Diocese of Hearst receives the first donation from Holy Cross Parish for a youth centre at St Francis Xavier Parish, Attawapiskat, from Bob Laird, a member of our Social Justice Committee. Fundraising for this project will continue until the end of our parish's Golden Jubilee year in March, 2019.

  • Group photo, Sacrament of Confirmation, March 2, 2019

    Bishop Guy Desrochers poses for pictures with the Confirmation class and Fathers Anthony and Lukose after the celebration of the Sacrament of Confirmation, March 2, 2019. Bishop Desrochers was ordained to the episcopate last week; Holy Cross Parish was delighted to be the location where he administered the Sacrament for the first time. 

  • Shrove Tuesday - Photo of KofC Serving Pancakes to School Children

    Holy Cross Council KofC served pancakes to more than 600 students from Holy Cross and Holy Family schools on Shrove Tuesday. The Knights sponsor this event each year. The funds are raised from free-will donations by parishioners who attend pancake breakfast on the last Sunday before Lent.