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Congregation Launches New Website

Posted by Holy Cross Vocations US Province on

Holy Cross announced the launch of a redesigned website for the Congregation. The site showcases the internationality of the Congregation, which serves in 16 countries. Among other features, it includes profiles on each country where Holy Cross serves and photo galleries of Final Professions and...

When God Has Finished with Me

Posted by Mr. Adam Booth, C.S.C. on

"'Are you looking forward to being done?' It's a question I'm getting a lot right now, writes Mr. Adam Booth, C.S.C., a third-year temporarily professed seminarian at Moreau who just finished his theological studies. "The answer, of course, is yes, but I'm hoping it's a long way off. You...

Christ, Be Our Light

Posted by Mr. Michael Palmer, C.S.C. on

"It seems that whenever the Church and Holy Cross decide to commemorate or celebrate a special occasion, light and darkness play prominent roles in the flow of prayer and liturgy," writes Mr. Michael Palmer, C.S.C., a temporarily professed seminarian at Moreau Seminary. "This progression of...

Beckoning Us to Fall in Step with Them

Posted by Mr. Paul Fortin on

"What made the Ordinations last week particularly interesting to me was that now-Fr. Jarrod Waugh, C.S.C., was the assistant formator for Old College last year. This was the first time that someone I know well was ordained," writes Mr. Paul Fortin, who is in his second year at Old College. "To...

A Human Encounter with the Prince of the Apostles

Posted by Mr. Hugh Dowell on

"There is something incredibly impressive about the simplicity of witnessing St. Peter's bones underneath the high altar of the Vatican basilica," writes Mr. Hugh Dowell, a postulant at Moreau Seminary about his recent pilgrimage to Rome. "It made perfect sense for my meeting with the Prince of...

Recife, Brazil: A New Mission

Posted by Fr. Jim Phalan, C.S.C. on

"Though Guadalajara is 30 years old, the huge parish to which it belongs has not been able to provide much pastoral care, so the local bishop asked for our help," writes Fr. Jim Phalan, C.S.C., from Brazil. "[Our religious there] are laying a foundation for the mission, discerning how to respond...

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