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Today's feast commemorates a double anniversary. First, in Jerusalem, the Emperor Constantine erected around church, the Anastasis, above the grave of Jesus, and a basilica, the Martyrium. In the square between the two churches, a shrine, Calvarium, marked the place of the crucifixion. These were dedicated in 335. Second, this feast also commemorates the discovery of the Lord's cross by the empress, St. Helena in 320. The Cross is our sign of salvation. On the wood of the Cross, the Crucified Lord was sacrificed and the tree of defeat became the tree of victory. Our sins are forgiven and we are reconciled with our God.
CCD Registration is now in progress! We ask that all students (grades Kindergarten through 11) attending CCD this academic year of 2014-2015
St. Patrick's Adoration Chapel is nearing its 15th Anniversary of the Blessed Sacrament. We begin on Sunday evening at 8pm and have adoration 24 hrs a...