Fr. Kevin Russeau, C.S.C., pastor of St. Joseph parish in South Bend, shares his homily from Final Vows Lucernarium, which kicks off the observance of the Perpetual Profession of Vows and Ordination to the Diaconate of six of our Holy Cross Seminarians. Fr. Kevin shares that prayer must be the...
Joy. Blessed. Excitement. These three words describe how I am feeling as I approach Final Vows.
Even in the midst of occupational success, sometimes a vocational question remains: "Lord, what am I to do?"
All successful Holy Cross ministries are a collaboration between priests and brothers and the dedicated lay colleagues. St. Joe Parish is a perfect example, as Fr. Brian Ching, C.S.C., explains.
All Christians are called to live in community on this journey of faith, and religious life is one particular expression of that. At times community (literally!) saves you in a sometimes-dangerous world.
What you have freely received you must freely give. Mr. Chris Brennan, C.S.C., shares some insights about the generosity of God and of God's people in Bangladesh in this reflection.
Mr. Cathal Kelleher, C.S.C., shares with us some verse in which he reflects on the discernment he has experienced at the Novitiate.
Visiting a significant place with a family connection helps make more real for you the stories that your family passes down. This is true for both our blood families but also for our family in faith.
Holy Cross' universities and colleges are gearing up for the next academic year. Fr. Tony reflects on seeing a new class of Stonehill College freshman start out on their next four years of life and faith.
Preparing a great meal is a labor of love, and also labor-intensive! How do you prepare for the most important meal of your week, the Feast of the Lamb at Sunday Mass?