Two of the U.S. Province's educational apostolates have signed on to a pledge to protect the environment.
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A student from the University of Notre Dame who participated in a spring break pilgrimage to Rome reflected on his emotions during the election of Pope Francis.
Three Deacons of the Congregation of Holy Cross, United States Province of Priests and Brothers, will be ordained to the priesthood 2 p.m. on Saturday, April 6, at the Basilica of the Sacred Heart on the campus of the University of Notre Dame. Provincial Superior, the Rev. Thomas J. O'Hara...
A spring break pilgrimage to Italy - planned months ago by the U.S. Province Office of Vocations and University of Notre Dame Campus Ministry - turned out to be the opportunity of a lifetime for three seminarians and 12 young men discerning vocations.
Stonehill College is honoring its Holy Cross tradition while boosting safety on its Easton, Mass., campus.
An innovative partnership between the University of Notre Dame and Catholic Charities was announced recently. The formation of the collaboration, called the Alliance, was driven by the two institutions' common belief that helping those in need is a core element of the Catholic faith.
The University of Notre Dame's Center for Social Concerns will host leading international scholarsin the Catholic Social TraditionMarch 21-23 for a conference titled "Peace Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow: Celebrating 50 Years of 'Pacem In Terris.'"
"As the white smoke started billowing out of the chimney and the bells began to ring out across Rome, people immediately started flooding into the St. Peter's Square from all over," Fr. Andrew Gawrych, C.S.C., reflects on being in St. Peter's Square for the historic announcement of Argentine...
The bells at the University of Notre Dame's Basilica of the Sacred Heart rang in celebration Wednesday (March 13) as white smoke appeared from the chimney on the roof of the Sistine Chapel in Vatican City, signaling that a new pope had been chosen.
As the 266th occupant of Saint Peter's chair in the Vatican, Pope Francis I can be certain of at least a few things: no CEO in the world will receive more scrutiny, none will have more key stakeholders to answer to, and no CEO will face a greater range of challenges, according to James S...