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The Congregation of Holy Cross
Holy Cross Brothers
The mission is to be "educators in the faith" to men and women everywhere, especially the poor, afflicted and oppressed. The Holy Cross Brothers faithfully fulfill this mission as teachers, administrators, social workers and parish ministers, often in collaboration with the Holy Cross Priests and Sisters.
For more information, please visit the web site for the Holy Cross Brothers
Sisters of the Holy Cross
Holy Cross Sisters are a Roman Catholic congregation of women religious, part of the international Holy Cross family of sisters, brothers and priests. Sisters of the Holy Cross live out Jesus' gospel and mission by ministering in many different ways to people around the world. Addressing unmet needs in a variety of cultures and settings, they minister in large hospitals and small outreach clinics; in elementary and secondary schools and universities; in churches and parishes; in the streets of the inner city and remote rural areas of eight countries on four continents.
For more information, please visit the web site for the Holy Cross Sisters
Holy Cross Fathers
With nearly 2000 priests, brothers, sisters, and seminarians in universities, colleges, high schools, foreign missions, parishes, social justice ministries and other apostolic works on five continents, Holy Cross is growing in the 21st century as Educators in the Faith. The community's seal is the cross and anchors with the motto, Spes Unica: The Cross, Our Only Hope. Its initials (C.S.C.) are Latin for Congregatio a Sancta Cruce.
For more information, please visit the web site for the Holy Cross Fathers