Friday, December 11, 2020

HOLY CROSS PARISH ANNOUNCES — A New Daily Radio Broadcast!

 “And this gospel of the kingdom will be preached in all the world as a witness to all the nations, and then the end will come (Matthew 24:14).”


We are happy to announce that Holy Cross parish in Omaha, Nebraska is launching a new daily radio broadcast on Monday, December 21st on KCRO Radio 660 AM in Omaha and 106.7 FM in Lincoln, Nebraska.

The new daily broadcast will air Monday through Friday and will be in addition to our weekly broadcasts on Saturday morning and Sunday evening. THE FAITH ONCE DELIVERED radio broadcast will continue its current format of topical Bible studies at 9:30 AM on Saturday morning and 9:30 PM on Sunday evening.

The new daily broadcast is called GOD’S WORD TODAY and will be a book by book, verse by verse study of the Holy Scriptures. We will be studying the whole Bible in its proper cultural and historical context, beginning with the Gospel According to Luke. 

In December GOD’S WORD TODAY will be aired at 9:45 AM Central Time, but on January 1, 2021 it will move to its permanent time of 9:30 AM.

KCRO has been broadcasting for more than forty years and is Nebraska’s premier Christian radio network. By broadcasting on 660 AM in Omaha and 106.7 FM in Lincoln, GOD’S WORD TODAY and THE FAITH ONCE DELIVERED can be heard throughout eastern Nebraska and western Iowa, as well as southern South Dakota and northern Missouri. 

Not in our listening area? No problem! Both GOD’S WORD TODAY and THE FAITH ONCE DELIVERED can be heard from coast to coast and around the world over the Internet. Just go to the KCRO website and click Listen Live:

At Holy Cross we are committed to the Great Commission, and you can support us in our Work. Just go to our parish website and on the Home page you will see a yellow Donate button. By clicking the Donate button you can make an offering to Holy Cross safely and securely through PayPal. I hope that you will partner with us. Here is the link:

Electronic outreach is the new street evangelism, and at Holy Cross we continue to dream dreams and see visions (Joel 2:28-32; Acts 2:17-18). In fact, we are already working on the next step in our electronic outreach.

THE FAITH ONCE DELIVERED — Studies in the Book of Daniel, Part 4

We will be continuing our series titled, Studies in the Book of Daniel, on Saturday December 12th and Sunday December 13th. The Book of Daniel foretells the coming of the “vile person” Antiochus Epiphanes, the suffering he would inflict on God’s people, and that he would defile the Holy Temple. In this broadcast we will be talking about Antiochus Epiphanes, the Maccabees, Hanukkah, and the martyrdom of seven brothers and their mother under Antiochus Epiphanes as recorded in Second Maccabees, chapter 7. You will not want to miss this broadcast!

The Faith Once Delivered is a Full Message broadcast, bringing you the Bible in its proper historical and cultural context. Don't miss this series in Daniel!

The Faith Once Delivered Radio Broadcast can be heard every Saturday morning at 9:30 AM and Sunday evening at 9:30 PM Central Time on KCRO Radio, 660 AM in Omaha, and 106.7 FM in Lincoln, Nebraska. 

If you are not in our listening area, The Faith Once Delivered and God's Word Today radio broadcasts can be heard over the Internet from coast to coast, and all around the world. Just go to the KCRO website and click Listen Live:

All of our radio broadcasts are archived for your use. You can listen to any or all of our past broadcasts for free, any time you would like. You can access them here:

I hope that you will join us on Saturday and Sunday for The Faith Once Delivered radio broadcast; and that you will mark your calendar for Monday, December 21st, and will tune in at 9:45 AM to hear the inaugural broadcast of God’s Word Today.

At Holy Cross our mission is to proclaim the Gospel of the Kingdom of God, teach the faith which was once delivered in the first century (Jude 3), and prepare a people for the coming of the Lord. At Holy Cross parish “the Word of God is not chained” (2 Timothy 2:9). 

If you are in our area or happen to be passing through Omaha, I hope you will join us for worship. Sunday Morning Prayer (Shacharit) with a sermon is at 9:00 AM. Everyone is invited, and visitors are always welcome. We are a faithful and friendly congregation, and we have a place for you.

May God grant you every grace and blessing!