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Double Deacons in Mexico

Posted by Rev. Mr. Matt Kuczora, C.S.C. on

Rev. Mr. Matt Kuczora, C.S.C., ordained a deacon just four weeks ago at Moreau Seminary, filed this post on the ordination of Rev. Mr. Carlos Augusto Jacobo de los Santos, C.S.C., at our parish in Monterrey, Mexico. Matt is spending his diaconate year with our Holy Cross community in Mexico. As...

Websites, blogs, and tweets oh my!

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

On October 3rd, the Office of Vocations will launch a totally revamped vocations website. We are really excited about the new site, which will replace our old one at the same address. This new site has been in the works for almost a year and represents the collective contributions of over 75...

Lake View: Put Out into Deep Water

Posted by Mark DeMott, C.S.C. on

Today's blog post comes from Mr. Mark DeMott, C.S.C., our Holy Cross Seminarian in East Africa. Read about his adventures and reflections of life in East Africa. Our village of Wanyange offers beautiful views of Lake Victoria. As we make our way to Mass (at Holy Cross Parish in nearby...

Happy Feast Day!

Posted by Holy Cross Vocations US Province on

Today we in the family of Holy Cross celebrate the Feast Day of our patroness, Our Lady of Sorrows. As our Constitutions state, "She is our special patroness, a woman who bore much She could not understand and who stood fast. To Her many sons and daughters, whose devotions ought to bring them...

Good morning, neighbor

Posted by Fr. Don Fetters, C.S.C. on

After sharing with us last month how he was drawn by God to be a missionary, Fr. Don Fetters, C.S.C., our correspondent in Peru, has checked in with his second post. It is a beautiful reflection that gets at one of the cores of our charism as Holy Cross priests and brothers.

Belong in the Fray

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

On this 10th anniversary of September 11, we in Holy Cross and here at the Spes Unica blog join our nation — and others of goodwill from around the world — in remembering those who lost their lives on that fateful day, including those who laid down their lives to save others. Like so...

Heaven on Villa

Posted by Fr. Charlie McCoy, C.S.C. on

Fr. Charlie McCoy, C.S.C, Associate Professor of Mathematics at the University of Portland, has checked in with his post for this month, and as always, it is beautiful, moving reflection. If you have ever wonder what heaven is like, you will get some answers today...