Br. Michael Amalorpava Nathan, C.S.C., is the first finally professed brother for the growing Vicariate. His Final Profession was January 26, 2020.
The celebrations in Le Mans surrounding the Feast Day of the Congregation's founder culminated in a festive Mass on Sunday, January 19.
Fr. Binoy John, C.S.C., of North East India, draws on Blessed Moreau's life and writings to call us to greater conformity with Jesus Christ.
Holding up the example of St. André Bessette, Bishop William Wack, C.S.C., invites us to open doors for one another in order to open our hearts.
The Divine Mercy Mission Center in Afzalpur Taluka, which the Province of South India will administer, was inaugurated on December 3, 2019.
The historic first commencement exercises for the country's first Catholic university saw 548 students receive diplomas.
Fr. Pete Logsdon, C.S.C., from his experience in Mexico invites us to reflect on what is the real gift in life.
Br. John Affum, C.S.C., Superior of the District of West Africa, received the First Professions of the four brother novices on November 9.
Bishop Yves Le Saux installed Fr. Paul-Elie Cadet in a Mass at the Congregation's Conventual Church, Notre-Dame de Sainte-Croix in Le Mans, France.
Over 120 young people from the Americas participate in the Second International Youth Gathering on October 17-22 in Chile.
On September 15, the Congregation's Vicariate of France assumed the tutelage of Notre-Dame de Garaison, a school established in the Hautes-Pyrénées.
The school's Principal Br. Balaswamy Mundru, C.S.C., and Br. John Joseph, C.S.C., the Superior of the Holy Cross Brothers in India, presided at the Dedication Ceremony.
Building on the legacy of Venerable Patrick Peyton, the museum in North Easton, Massachusetts, offers a unique experience of prayer using digital media for the entire family.
The new Christ the King Chapel was dedicated by the Most Rev. Joseph Bambera, Bishop of the Diocese of Scranton, on September 15, 2019.
The Congregation's Superior General, Fr. Robert Epping, C.S.C., received the Final Professions of all 11 seminarians, who went on to be ordained deacons.
District of West Africa celebrated the Sixtieth Anniversary of the Vows of Br. Vincent Gross, C.S.C., and the Final Profession of Vows by Br. Maxwell Kofi Aboagye Kyeremeh, C.S.C.
Fr. Carlos Jacobo, C.S.C., reflects how Our Lady of Sorrows can help us learn to carry our daily crosses with hope.
At College Notre-Dame du Perpétuel Secours in Cap-Haïtien, its first apostolate in Haiti, Holy Cross celebrated two First Professions and four Final Professions.
Fr. William M. Lies, C.S.C., Superior of the United States Province, received the Final Vows of the four seminarians and one brother.
Dr. Marco J. Clark will become the first lay Executive Director of the Holy Cross Institute in Austin, Texas, in the United States on July 1, 2020.