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.
Eight religious, coming from all five of the countries in which the Congregation serves in the region, participated in the meeting from August 19-22 in Gaudalupe, Nuevo León.
Holy Cross brothers, priests, sisters, and their lay collaborators gathered in São Paulo on July 27 to celebrate the 75th Anniversary of the Congregation in Brazil.
On June 30, the Christian community at Notre-Dame de Sainte-Croix celebrated the blessing of a new church bell while also bidding farewell to its pastor.
Fr. William Lies, C.S.C., Superior of the United States Province, received the First Vows of the two brothers and ten seminarians.
The newly professed in Bangladesh number five brothers and 12 seminarians. Sixteen new novices were received for 2019-2020.
Three of the newly professed are brothers, and the other six are seminarians. Fr. Lawerence Mwenya, C.S.C., received their vows.
Bishop Yves-Marie Péan, C.S.C., presides at the Mass in Cap-Haïtien to open the celebrations of the 75th Anniversary of Holy Cross in Haiti.
Pope Francis selected Fr. Labine for this honor because of his distinguished service to the Church in his work with Volunteers Optometry for Service to Humanity.
After probably over a century, a cross rests on the peak of Notre-Dame de Sainte-Croix Church, which is the home of the International Shrine of Blessed Basile Moreau.
Mr. Count Roosevelt Rozario, C.S.C., professed Final Vows on May 10, 2019, in the same Mass that his Province celebrated its jubilees this year.
Recently ordained Fr. Michael Thomas, C.S.C., reflects on how Blessed Moreau invites us to exchange our hearts with Christ's to love with God's love.