Holy Cross Has Been There

Author: Mr. Brett Perkins

Posted In: Community, Spirituality, and Universities and Colleges

Basilica Cornerstone

As we move further into this Lenten season and I prepare my current RCIA class at Notre Dame to make that same profession of faith I made some sixteen years ago, I am struck by the myriad ways that I have been formed and influenced by Holy Cross. Read More

Even in Death

Author: Fr. Brian Ching, C.S.C.

Posted In: Brotherhood, Community, and Congregation

CSC Community Cemetary

Even in death our brothers are there with us to help us journey to the next life, to continue to pray for us and support us at those moments when we need it the most. Read More

A Time of Evangelization

Author: Mr. Ryan Pietrocarlo, C.S.C.

Posted In: México, Mission, and Spirituality

Resurrection, Vrubel 1887

The priests and staff of the parish are working to implant this important aspect of our faith in the people so that they see that the path does not end with the Cross and ashes, but that these lead us to the glorious truth of the Resurrection. Read More

Could I, um, Join RCIA?

Author: Mr. Michael Thomas, C.S.C.

Posted In: Community, Discernment, and Vocations

Notre Dame Easter

Sometimes I wonder at the marvel of it all: I grew up a Protestant kid just a few miles from Notre Dame (a place with which my family has no formal connection), and now I am a Roman Catholic, a vowed religious, and a seminarian.  Read More

The Desert of Myself

Author: James Corcoran, Mr.

Posted In: Homilies and Reflections, Old College, and Seminary Life

The Pharisee and The Publican, Tissot 1894

I found that not only was it utterly impossible, but that it was utterly pointless. It was pointless because it was not bringing me closer to God. Rather, it was a kind of self-idolatry. In my fumbling attempts at giving up things, I was patting myself on the back, congratulating my willpower for its strength of resolve. Read More

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