Jan 302017


Congratulations to  Coach Hammond and our Middle School Boys “B” team for winning the championship trophy at the Little Flower basketball tournament this past weekend. The boys also won the St. Luke’s tournament championship trophy, and went undefeated to win their district championship. Congratulations to our Middle School girls “B” team for making it to the consolation game. Great job boys and girls for representing our Middle School this basketball season.




Jan 302017


In your prayers please remember Arthur Casillas. Arthur attended Holy Cross High School and is the brother of Albert Casillas of 1975 and Eric Casillas Class of 1980.

Monday, January 30, 2017

At Porter Loring Chapel

1101 McCullough Ave.

5:00 PM- Visitation

7:00 PM-Rosary

Tuesday, January 31, 2017

At the Basilica of the National Shrine of The Little Flower

824 Kentucky Ave.

9:00 AM-Mass of Christian Burial

Interment to follow at Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery








Jan 262017



This past weekend our Holy Cross Cheerleaders competed in Dallas at the National Cheerleader Association Competition. They have worked hard all year resulting in second place and receiving the Best Use of Stunts Award! We are proud of their hard work inside the classroom and on the mat!


Jan 252017


Junior, Chris Silva ’18, was recently admitted into the National Society of High School Scholars (NSHSS). NSHSS recognizes  academic excellence by connecting high-achieving students with opportunities to develop personal strengths and the necessary tools to pursue their passions. Chris is involved in the National Honor Society (NHS), the Student Knight Ambassadors, Basketball, Football, and Track and Field.

Congratulations, Chris! Keep up the great work!



Jan 252017


Earlier this semester, Joel Gracia ’17 was one of seventy four students recognized at the Valero Alamo Bowl Scholarship Awards Luncheon this past December 14th at Sunset Station.

The scholarship was awarded on the basis of academic achievement, teacher recommendations, financial need, involvement in extracurricular activities and honors as well as a personal narrative. A strong preference was also given to students excelling in  varsity sports.

This past summer Joel organized/raised a Stations of the Cross located in front of Holy Cross. He is also heavily involved in the arts, painting, and music. He has performed at the Holy Cross Blue and Gold Gala, Violas Ventanas, Fralo’s and Alamo Beer Co. Joel has been accepted to the University of Portland, Pacific Lutheran University, Concordia University, and St. Mary’s University.

Congratulations, Joel!