For the Congregation’s patronal feast day, Rev. Alexander Susai, C.S.C., reflects on how Mary, both full of grace and full of sorrow, can lead us to an authentic hope.
On September 15, the feast of its patroness, Our Lady of Sorrows, the Congregation marks the 25th anniversary of the promulgation of its current Constitutions.
On Septmber 8, Mr. Kesnel Ciceron, C.S.C., made his Final Profession of Vows in Haiti. Three novices also made their First Professions at the same Mass.
Adam Booth, C.S.C., and Patrick Reidy, C.S.C., made their Final Profession of Vows on September 7 and then were ordained deacons the next day in the United States.
Several major celebrations are planned in Peru to mark the 50th Anniversary of the arrival of the Congregation to the country on September 10, 1963.
St. Joseph’s Oratory in Canada has been celebrating the birth month of St. André Bessette with special events, including a pilgrimage to his birthplace and a healing Mass.
On August 16, the Congregation celebrated the 125th Anniversary of the consecration of the Basilica of the Sacred Heart. Bishop Daniel R. Jenky, C.S.C., presided and preached.
Holy Cross Matriculation School, Somarasampet, Trichy, has been approved to expand to include 11th and 12th grades, making it a Higher Secondary School.
Six novices professed First Vows in the Congregation on August 3 in the United States. In just over a week, 13 men will enter the novitiate in Cascade, Colorado.
Nine young men made their profession of vows at the Holy Cross Novitiate in Fort Portal, Uganda, on July 25. Ten new novices now take their place at the novitiate.
The Congregation's schools and parishes in Brazil are receiving pilgrims for World Youth Day 2013. Holy Cross Family Ministries is also readying its Marian Chapel.
The Novitiate in Ghana received five new men this Sunday, July 7, bringing the total of novices in Ghana to 18. All are in formation to be Holy Cross brothers.
Thiry-five Holy Cross priests, brothers, and sisters who work in formation in Asia wrapped up a three-day meeting yesterday in Bangalore, India.
The forty Holy Cross sisters, brothers, and priests wrapped up this week their two-week pilgrimage in France learning about the community’s history and spirituality.
Saint George's College in Santiago, Chile, inaugurated on June 11 a new high school building named for the Congregation's founder, Blessed Basile Moreau.
Forty-four people, including both Holy Cross religious and lay people, participated in the 32nd Annual Holy Cross History Conference June 13-15 in Metairie, Lousiana.
Forty young Holy Cross priests, brothers, and sisters will spend the next two weeks on pilgrimage in France visiting sites important in the history of Holy Cross.
Construction on Notre Dame College Mymensingh in Bangladesh has proceeded on pace for its planned opening in July 2014. It will be the first Catholic college in the diocese.
Br. Nich Perez, C.S.C., is filming in Indiana for his feature-length documentary on the vocation of religious brothers, entitled BRO: Men with Hope to Bring.
The 12 young religious who participated in the Holy Cross Forum in Rome left with new friends, a deeper awareness of the Congregation’s internationality, and greater zeal.