Consider helping our Holy Cross School ... If you have a Target Redcard please take a moment to login to your account on-line and designate Holy Cross School for the Take Charge of Education benefit associated with your card. By doing this Holy Cross School benefits with up to 1% of your purchases. There is nothing else you have to do after you designate our school with your account…so it is free money that benefits the school!!! Considering donating to the Fr. Tom Hagendorf Scholarship Fund. We've re-instituted it in 2016. Fr. Thomas A. Hagendorf Memorial Scholarship Fund
for Tuition Assistance are now available to Holy Cross Parish member
families in good standing. If you are a Holy Cross Parish family who
have children enrolled in Holy Cross Catholic School, Notre Dame Academy
and/or Holy Cross Faith Formation, and are in need of assistance with
your child’s tuition, you may apply for tuition assistance funds from
the Fr. Thomas A. Hagendorf Memorial Scholarship Fund for the 2016-17
program year. Application forms are attached here.
the specific directions on the application form. Please note that
applications must be received via US Mail with supporting documentation,
on or before October 1, 2016. Tuition assistance award notifications
and/or distributions will be communicated in mid to late October. If
you have any questions about the Scholarship Fund, how to contribute to
the fund, or how to apply for funds, please contact Robin Jensen, Parish
----The following blogs are historic ... going back into the time when Fr. Tom Hagendorf was pastor. Enjoy the memories....
This is the homily by Fr. Tom Hagendorf, O Praem for Sunday, December 25, the Solemnity of the Nativity of the Lord (Christmas). (Feedblitz readers may need to go to the www.holycrossfamily.blogspot.com to listen to the homily.)
Holy Cross Parish Family, with the Eucharist as our center, welcomes all God’s people through our open doors. By working together as a strong faith community, we live what we believe. Our Catholic heritage and solid educational tradition provide the foundation upon which we build for the future.
--Adopted by the Pastoral Council March 31, 2009.
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