Visit Holy Cross Chapel in Downtown Houston Today!
If you work in Downtown Houston and would like to have a place to simply spend a few moments in silence or prayer, feel free to stop by the Holy Cross Chapel. People from all denominations are welcome! If you are Catholic, then you will find additional benefit from the Chapel as a place where you can attend weekday mass, go to confession, browse a bookstore full of solid and trustworthy Catholic doctrine and literature, have access to regular spiritual direction from holy and excellent priests, and receive good formation to foster spiritual growth and a stronger relationship with God... all conveniently located within close proximity to your workplace.
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If you like to give a special gift for someone, please consider having a Mass in honor of that Special Someone for their Birthday, Anniversary or just because. There are Masses available throughout the month of February 2017 and beyond! Read "What does it mean to have a Mass 'offered' for someone?".
Holy Cross Chapel has the great honor of hosting Fr. Jacques Philippe at the Chapel on Monday, January 23. Fr. Philippe is a world renowned author of books such as Interior Freedom and Time for God. Fr. Jerry will celebrate the 11:35am Mass, and Fr. Philippe's talk on "Inner Peace & Personal Prayer" will follow on the second floor of the Chapel with opening prayer at 12:15pm. Light refreshments and book signings will be available after the talk.
Holy Cross Chapel will host a monthly talk every third Wednesday on the lives of some of our favorite saints. The talks will be presented by various priests and will begin at 12:15pm and conclude by 1pm. The schedule is as follows.
January 18: St. Ignatius of Loyola - presented by Fr. Anthony Wieck, Chaplain at the Cristo Rey Jesuit College Preparatory School.
February 15: St. Josemaria Escriva and Blessed Alvaro - presented by Fr. Jerry Jung, Director of Holy Cross Chapel.
March 15: St. Francis of Assisi - presented by Fr. Jude Ezuma, Personal Secretary to Daniel Cardinal DiNardo.
April 19: St. Augustine of Hippo - presented by Msgr. James Anderson, Assistant Professor of Systematic Theology, School of Theology of the University of St. Thomas at St. Mary's Seminary.
Mass Times and Confession
Mass is celebrated Monday through Friday at 11:35 a.m. and 12:15 p.m. Confessions are available weekly from 9:15-11:15am and 2:00-3:30pm. Please call ahead for Priest’s availability. More on activities at the Chapel.
Daily homilies are recorded and available for listening and reference. Read book reviews of noteworthy books available in our bookstore. See a list of recommended websites and apps. More on our online resources.