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A Touching Picture

Author: Fr. Dan Ponisciak, C.S.C.

Posted In: Parish and Priesthood

Fr Dan Ponisciak, CSC

Jesus Christ, born into a broken world, to bring salvation to His people that have sinned – to bring healing to people so desperately in need of it.  Read More



A Year of Firsts

Author: Fr. Dan Ponisciak, C.S.C.

Posted In: Parish and Priesthood

Fr Dan Ponisciak, CSC

This first year as a priest has been an amazing experience filled with many challenges and blessings.  Read More





A Little Bit of Everything

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

Posted In: México, Mission, and Parish

México

We are approaching the end of the year for many of the groups and the beginning of summer. The month of May here in La Luz has been full of activity. Read More




Preparing the Ashes

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

Posted In: Feasts, In the Press, and Parish

Ash Wednesday

Although convenient, the physical connection between our palms and ashes is more than just recycling, but also an important symbol of the link between our praise and adoration of God and our desire for repentance and mercy. Read More



Preparing for Our Lady

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

Posted In: Feasts, México, and Parish

rosary

To say that Our Lady of Guadalupe is important to the Mexican people is an understatement — she is of the utmost importance to the spirituality of the people here. Read More




In the End there is Hope

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

Posted In: Community and Parish

CSC Community Cemetary

All our efforts in evangelization and catechesis, our duty to administer the Sacraments, especially to baptize, offer the Mass, hear confessions and anoint the sick are done so that when we come to the end of our life, we can trust in His mercy and hope in His resurrection. Read More


September in Monterrey

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

Posted In: México, Parish, and Patrons

México

Seminarian Ryan Pietrocarlo, C.S.C. shares his impressions after participating in the celebration of some important feast days for the Holy Cross community in Monterrey, Mexico. Learn how our parishioners celebrate Our Lady of Sorrows and St. Therese in one of our biggest parishes. Read More


Teaching by Example

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

Posted In: Community, Education, and Parish

Fr Brian Ching, CSC with a St Joseph school student

The true transformative power of our parochial schools is not what is found in the classroom curriculum, though that is certainly important, but what we are able to teach about the Christian life through the example and life of our faculty, staff, and entire parish community. Read More






Holy Week and the Sacred Triduum

Author: Mr. Timothy Weed, C.S.C.

Posted In: Homilies and Reflections and Parish

Holy Week

This week the Church enters into the greatest drama of all time; the Passion, Death, and Resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ. As we enter into this most Sacred time of the year, let us pray for grace and the ability to draw near to God. Read More


The Marriage of Life and Ministry

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

Posted In: Parish

Fr Brian Ching, CSC

You will never read on a job description many of the most memorable moments which happen in the life of a parish priest, but those unusual experiences are just as much a part of the life of the community as those which are regularly scheduled. Read More


Daily Little Ways

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

Posted In: Homilies and Reflections and Parish

Fr Brian Ching, CSC

God is not only present in the moments we set aside to invite Him in, but in all moments. How can we be more aware of that presence even in the midst of our everyday tasks? Read More




The Spirit of Holy Cross

Author: Fr. Tony Szakaly, C.S.C.

Posted In: Congregation and Parish

Spirit of Holy Cross Award

Fr. Tony Szakaly, C.S.C. shares with us Stonehill's recipient of The Spirit of Holy Cross award. Fr. Kruse, C.S.C. shares with us in his homily what the Spirit of Holy Cross award is, "Trusting in Divine Providence that our lives are moving toward a God-given end; placing our confidence in the cross of Christ and praying for a share in Blessed Moreau's zeal." Read More


"Maranatha! Come Lord Jesus!

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

Posted In: Homilies and Reflections and Parish

Advent

Fr. Brian Ching, C.S.C. reflects on how the season of Advent serves as a reminder for us to step back from our daily life to spend time reflecting on how we are living the Lord’s mission and how our lives proclaim “Maranatha!  Come Lord Jesus! Read More


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