Vocations

2017 Ordination Homily

Author: Bishop Arthur J. Colgan, C.S.C.

Posted In: Ordinations, Priesthood, and Vocations

Bishop Arthur Colgan, CSC

Bishop Yves, (Father Epping), Father O’Hara, Brothers and Sisters in Holy Cross, Parents, Family and Friends of Ryan and Michael.

By virtue of our Baptism all of us are consecrated “as a spiritual house and a holy priesthood.” In Lumen Gentium, the document of Vatican II on the Church, we read: Read More




Who Am I?

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

Posted In: Education and Vocations

Fr Dan Ponisciak, CSC

How important it is for us to serve as stewards of God’s grace for our children so that they can grow into the people God created them to be! Read More






Servants of All

Author: Bishop Arthur J. Colgan, C.S.C.

Posted In: Ordinations and Vocations

Diaconate Ordination 2016

They will draw new strength from the gift of the Holy Spirit ... They will make themselves servants to all. Read More


Without Provision

Author: Fr. Thomas J. O'Hara, C.S.C.

Posted In: Final Vows and Vocations

Laying prostrate in the Basilica

There is nothing provisional about God’s love for us.  And we are challenged to love God, also without provision. Read More











A First-Year at Final Vows

Author: Mr. Chris Lovett

Posted In: Community, Final Vows, and Vocations

Fellowship among CSC Seminarians

I’ve always wondered if it was “everyone for themselves,” in the seminary. I was astonished to see how close these men are; their enthusiasm for each other’s presence. Read More








Becoming a Brother

Author: Br. Joseph DeAgostino, C.S.C.

Posted In: Brotherhood, Discernment, and Vocations

Mr Joe DeAgostino, CSC, and Mr Rob Yanik

In the following years, through formation as well as regular spiritual direction, I found the question of the life of a brother arising again and again within my prayer and reflection. Read More


Pure Happiness

Author: Owen Williams, Mr.

Posted In: Community, Ordinations, and Vocations

Old College

The joy that I felt for my brothers as they became priests of Jesus Christ in Holy Cross was overwhelming, and I am so happy for them as they begin their priestly ministry. Read More




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