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Into Africa: Members of the Holy Cross Tribe

Posted by Fr. Pat Neary, C.S.C. on

Fr. Pat Neary, C.S.C., our correspondent in East Africa and our seminary rectory there, has sent in his latest blog post. It is a moving reflection on the reality of tribes in Africa and how Christian community, especially our religious community in Holy Cross, can be a sign of the coming of the...

Ivy League Catholic: Bridging the Gap

Posted by Fr. Peter Walsh, C.S.C. on

In his latest post for us from Campus Ministry at Yale, Fr. Peter Walsh, C.S.C., tells us the significance that the regulation of cellular protrusions by abl-family kinase-mediated cortactin phosphorylation has on the future of the Church and the world. It's a mouth full, for sure, but you will...

CSC Profile: The Million-Student Man

Posted by Fr. Joe Corpora, CSC on

Even on paper, the goal of increasing the enrollment of Latino children in Catholic schools from 250,000 to 1,000,000 seems like a pretty big undertaking, and yet that is precisely the mission of Fr. Joe Corpora, C.S.C., the Director of the Catholic School Advantage Campaign at the University of...

Advent: The day is ever nearer

Posted by Fr. Bill Wack, C.S.C. on

Today marks the beginning of the beautiful season of Advent and also a new liturgical year. To help us enter this season well, we are sharing a reflection on today's Scripture readings, taken from the book The Gift of Hope: Advent and Christmas Reflections in the Holy Cross Tradition. It was...

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