New video: "Seven Strategies for Sustaining Charism" by Dr. Timothy Cook now available on the HCI Resources page.
Holy Cross Institute News
Family of Holy Cross featured in PBS Documentary
Friday, September 18, 2015
The premiere of a PBS documentary featuring the Congregations of Holy Cross will air at 8:30 p.m., September 21, on WNIT channel 34.1 in Northern Indiana and Southwest Michigan. Titled "Sacred Mission–Civic Duty: The Holy Cross Family"*, the documentary looks at how Holy Cross has been influential to the growth and development of South Bend, Indiana. The film is part of WNIT’s celebration of the city’s 150th anniversary.
Sacred Mission–Civic Duty explores the history and impact of the Holy Cross sisters, brothers and priests on education, health care, arts and culture, and the economy in South Bend and surrounding communities. Through interviews with Father John Jenkins, president of the University of Notre Dame, Brother Chester Freel, superior of the Midwest Province of the Brothers of Holy Cross, Sister M. Veronique (Wiedower), president of the Sisters of the Holy Cross, and many others, WNIT viewers will learn how their lives are influenced by the congregations, regardless of their religious faith.
Rebroadcasts of Sacred Mission–Civic Duty are scheduled to air on WNIT at 4 p.m., September 26; 7 p.m., October 1; and 9 p.m., October 12.
*Note: the documentary may also be airing under the title "Legends of Michiana: Congregation of Holy Cross"
Archbishop Hoban High School, a Catholic, Holy Cross, college preparatory, coeducational school of 860 students, seeks a Principal to assume duties beginning July 1, 2016. Reporting to the President, the Principal oversees daily operations inclusive of the academic, athletic, spiritual and student life areas of the school. Responsibilities include hiring, supervising and evaluating faculty and staff, coordinating curriculum development, ensuring the implementation of policies and procedures, communicating with parents, directing professional development and meeting criteria for accrediting organizations. A candidate should be a practicing Catholic with a master’s degree and appropriate licensing credentials (or ability to secure/pursue). Applications for the position must include a letter of intent, resume, statement of educational philosophy and a list of five professional references with contact information (reference checks would be utilized once it is mutually agreed upon to proceed). No phone calls please. For priority consideration, submissions should be made electronically by Oct. 16, 2015, to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For the latest information, see Archbishop Hoban's Employment page
We are pleased to announce the Holy Cross Institute's annual Convocation has been named a Signature Event by St. Edward's University. Signature Events are those deemed by the administration to be "fundamental to the core mission and function of the university."
Brother Daniel Durig had a wide ministry, involving many of our Holy Cross schools: In 1958, he moved to Vincent Hall Scholasticate at St. Edward's University. For eight years, he cooked for over a hundred scholastic brothers. After a brief stop at St. Francis High School in Mountain View, the Provincial House, and, again, at Vincent Hall, Brother Daniel returned to Holy Cross School in New Orleans where he oversaw food service and began a bakery. In 1973, Brother Daniel was elected to the Provincial Council and served in Austin, Texas. At the same time he took classes at St. Edward's University and earned his B.A. degree in May 1976. Then, he accepted assignment as a teacher and, eventually, as local superior and candidate director at Holy Cross of San Antonio, Texas. In 1983, he was part of a group of four Brothers who established a new ministry at St. Anthony Parish in Casper, Wyoming. He stayed there until 1986. After a year in New Orleans, he returned to Austin to help oversee the assisted living program at the Brother Vincent Pieau Residence on the campus of St. Edward's University. There, he helped establish a kitchen and food service program for the Brothers at St. Joseph Hall. After a short stint in Beaumont, Texas, Brother Daniel returned briefly to Austin before being appointed Director of the local community at Notre Dame High School in Sherman Oaks, California. In 2008, he moved once again to Holy Cross in San Antonio, Texas, where he took up a ministry of baking cookies to be sold to support the Brazilian missions. He died January 10, 2011 in Austin, Texas.
Our thanks to Br. Larry Atkinson, C.S.C. and the HCSA student publication CROSSROADS.
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