The first member of the Congregation of Holy Cross to be named a saint, our parish models its ministries after Saint André, physically opening our doors daily to the needs of others – responding to that need with our prayers and hospitality.
Installed on August 16, 2009, the Icon of Christ the Healer reveals the heart of our parish mission among people surviving poverty, ill health, and life-long addiction. Hanging above our tabernacle, our parish continually looks to Christ for the healing that we can only find in God. We invite you to pray and meditate with a guide to our Icon of Christ the Healer written by Fr. Ronald Raab, CSC.
Dedicated on May 2, 2010, our stations of Christian mission express the work of our human hands in service and love. The stations were created by local artists. Photographer Steven Scardina photographed the original images. Artist Robert Hanson re-created the photographic images into pen sketches. These sketches were then used by craftsman Roger Ostrom to create the final etched bronze panels. We invite you to pray and meditate with a guide to our stations of Christian mission written by Fr. Ronald Raab, CSC.
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