Mass Times

Saturday 5:30 p.m. 

Sunday 9:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m.

Week Day Mass 9:00 a.m.

Monday to Thursday


Saturdays 4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

or By Appointment


Life Long Faith Fromation

Dear Parents and Guardians: When you brought your child/children to the church for their Baptism, you received and accepted the responsibility of raising them in the Roman Catholic Faith.  This is your loving response in thanksgiving to God for the incredible gift of life God has entrusted to you. 

You have carried out this serious responsibility in many ways over the years.  You have taught your children their prayers.  You have told them the story of Jesus’ birth at Christmas and how He loved us so much that He suffered, died and rose again at Easter for our Salvation.  You have taught them about forgiveness, concern and care for others, especially those less fortunate than us.  You have witnessed to them so many aspects of our Catholic Faith by the way you live and share your lives at home each day.

To further deepen their understanding of our Catholic Faith, you have enrolled them in our Faith Formation program.  It is vitally important that you support and reinforce the efforts of our Faith Formation Program by attending an adult Formation weekly class as well.  As a parent or guardian, you must make the weekly attendance at the Faith Formation classes a top priority in your child’s life as well as yours, since learning about our faith is a lifelong process. I am very pleased and proud of our Faith Formation staff and the many volunteer Catechists who so diligently want to assist you in passing on our Catholic Faith.  We have you and your children in a Faith Formation class or activity approximately thirty-nine hours the entire year! Sports, music, art, scouting and other activities should be planned around your Faith Formation classes.  I trust that every Catholic parent and guardian wants have a solid foundation based on God with which they will build their lives on and that each parent would like to hand that solid faith on to their children.

As the Most Holy Eucharist is the center and pinnacle of Catholic life, it is most important that your family participate in Sunday Mass each week and Holy Days of Obligation throughout the year.  Sunday Mass and daily prayer are a critical part of every Catholic’s life.  This is certainly a huge part of our integrity as Christians that we practice what we preach and teach.

I pray that in the coming months you and your children will grow in wisdom, grace and faith as you come to know Jesus better and deepen your understanding and appreciation of our Catholic Faith.  My most fervent desire is that you all will develop an intimate, personal relationship and connection with God.

Sincerley, Theresa Austin - Director of Evangelization



This year we are revamping our Faith Formation program. In a All students must have Student Registration forms filled out along with the Medical Liability form and return to the parish offices before 4:00 p.m. on August 29th, 2018.  If you resgister after 4:00 p.m. on August 29th there will be a $50 late fee.

*At least one parent from each family must sign up for an adult faith formation class in order for their child to attend. 

If you are a new student, your family must be registered at Holy Cross Parish before you can be registered into the Faith Formation Program. Parish registration is free and you just need to fill out both sides of the form above.

Faith Formation Fees are:  1 child - $75, 2 children - $115, 3 or more children $150

Sacramental Fee per child - $65 (those in the second year of sacramental prep either receiving First Communion or Confirmation) 

Faith Formation most Tuesdays, 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m at Hanshew Middle School.

Positive Policies

Safe Enviroment Letter

Technology Policy



Welcome to Holy Cross Parish. If you would like to call Holy Cross your Faith Community, you can easily register your family by filling out the form below and returning it to the Director of Parish Life. It is free and simple!

Parish Registration Form


Youth Night Mondays, at Holy Cross at 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Sponsor Form     

Service Project Outline

Driver Liability Form



The Archdiocese has prepared an opportunity for everyone to submit their comments, questions and/or suggestions relating to the Abuse reports in the Catholic Church and the Church’s Response About Abuse of Vulnerable Persons on the Archdiocese of Anchorage Website.” 
“The Catholic Church values the dignity of its members. The horrors of child abuse continue to haunt the Church and its victims. In order to deal with this crisis in a responsible, accountable, and transparent manner, the Archbishop is working to address the concerns of victims, parishioners, and the broader community.

The Archdiocese of Anchorage values everyone’s thoughts regarding the abuse against the vulnerable of our Church and the Church’s response. We want to make available an opportunity for everyone to express their thoughts, please submit any questions or comments and offer recommendations by using the following online form.

All submissions can be anonymous if preferred. When possible, answers to questions submitted will be posted publicly through the Archdiocese of Anchorage website and/or the Catholic Anchor.

Comments and Suggestions will be shared with Archbishop Etienne and his staff and at his discretion, may be published.

The identity of those submitting concerns, questions or comments and recommendations will not be made public.

*Please note that it is the policy of the Archdiocese of Anchorage to report all allegations of abuse or endangerment of a minor or vulnerable adult or child pornography.”

Jenny Michaelson, LBSW, MPS
Director, Office of Safe Environment - 297-7736
Tribunal Auditor - 297-7729

Archdiocese of Anchorage
225 Cordova St.
Anchorage, AK  99501