Having received written permission from the government, Notre Dame University Bangladesh held its first day of classes on December 7, making it the first Catholic university in the country.
Fr. Theodore Hesburgh, C.S.C., helps us enter into the celebration of Christmas by reflecting on how family is where we receive and nurture the gift of faith, both in our individual families, and in the Holy Cross family.
Fr. Ronald Raab, C.S.C., reflects for us on how the Advent Season is meant to get under our skins and help us find true, enduring hope in the Messiah.
Over 4,000 people attended the Jubilee Mass marking the 50th Anniversary of St. Brendan Parish, whose new church is almost complete.
In Bangladesh, two novices made their First Profession on November 1, joining their classmates who professed on August 1.
The Archbishop of Shillong came to bless the new institute that will educate clergy, religious, and lay men and women to serve as better leaders.
The Superior General led the blessing and dedication of the Congregation's international headquarters on November 11. A social and dinner followed.
The St. Joseph Province in Bangladesh celebrated the Final Professions of five brothers on October 31.
Fr. Terence and Fr. Sydney were ordained priests by the Most Rev. Filipe Neri Ferrao for the Province of South India on October 22 and 23.
October 25 and 26 the Congregation celebrated the 150th Anniversary of its mission in Northeast India, which dates back to Blessed Basile Moreau.
Fr. Arul Raj, C.S.C., the Director of Holy Cross Family Ministries in India, describes his participation in the Extraordinary Synod on the Family as a "positive experience."
The Office of Vocations of the United States Province produced a new video showcasing Final Profession and the religious vows.
On September 20 and 21, the Family of Holy Cross celebrated the inauguration of the new International Shrine to Basile Moreau in Le Mans, France.
Fr. Mark L. Poorman, C.S.C., was officially inaugurated President at the University of Portland on September 26 in a ceremony on the Chiles Center on campus.
On September 20-21, Holy Cross will inaugurate the International Shrine of Basile Moreau at the Congregation's Conventual Church, Notre-Dame de Sainte-Croix, in Le Mans, France.
Six seminarians professed Final Vows on Saturday, September 13, in the United States. The following day they were ordained deacons by Bishop Kevin C. Rhoades.
Br. Stephen Binoy Gomes, C.S.C., reflects on Our Lady of Sorrows, the patroness of the Congregation, on her feast day. He shares how she drew strength from listening to and obeying the Word.
In Bangladesh, two novices professed First Vows, and eight new novices were received into the Novitiate for the Sacred Heart and St. Joseph Provinces.
Notre Dame College Mymensingh, the newst college run by the Congregation, held its inaugural orientation for students on July 1.
The Congregation's international headquarters moved into its newly renovated building in Rome, Italy, on July 21.
The six men ordained priests for Holy Cross on August 2 in Kampala, Uganda, represent the largest ordination class ever for the Congregation's growing District of East Africa.
After celebrating 10 First Professions on August 2, the Congregation now awaits 12 new novices to its Novitiate in Cascade, Colorado.
After celebrating the First Professions of nine novices on July 16, the Congregation in East Africa formally received nine new novices into the Novitiate on July 21.
Br. Daniel Dardoe, C.S.C., the Superior of the District of West Africa, receives the First Profession of four novices in Ghana.
On the Feast of the Sacred Heart, Deacon Jorge Armando Morales Trejo, C.S.C., was ordained a priest in Gaudalupe, Mexico.
On the Feast of the Sacred Heart, the patronal feast of the Holy Cross priests, Fr. Alfredo Olvera Ledezma, C.S.C., helps us conform our hearts to the Heart of Jesus.
Sixteen young Holy Cross brothers and priests gathered in Italy June 17-20 for third session of the Second Holy Cross Forum.
Br. Aidoo and Br. Bochie-Yiadom made their Final Profession of Vows in Holy Cross on Saturday, June 8, in Cape Coast, Ghana.
Fr. Donald Dilg, C.S.C., helps us to enter into the great Feast of Pentecost reflecting on the Pentecost he spent in the Holy Land.
Fourteen novices, representing all four Holy Cross jurisdictions in India, professed First Vows on May 31. Two weeks prior, 21 new novices had entered the Novitiate.