Flowering of the Cross

Flowering of the Cross

Return Lenten “Mite Can” offerings for Vida Joven de México, a group serving neglected and abused children. Children will adorn a living cross during Christian Formation at 9:15 am. At the 10:00 am Mass, offerings will be blessed at the front of the flowered...

Sharing the Love of Christ

On the Sunday following Easter, the children of St. Michael’s gathered around a wooden cross and lovingly covered it with spring flowers. While it was a fun activity for the children, the symbolic meaning runs deep. Through His work on the cross, Jesus brings life out...

What Would You Do?

“My name is Diana and I have lived at Vida Joven for a little over two years. I am 7 years old and I am in 2nd grade. I have three siblings: Karla is 9 years old, Daniel is 6, and Mayra is 3. I live at Vida Joven because my parents left my siblings and me living all...

Flowering of the Cross

Thank you to all who participated in making the Flowering Cross. It was such a beautiful moment. The flowering cross is a long-standing tradition in the church, reminding us of the transformative love that is made known in the cross of Christ. Our Mite Cans are...