- James Palmigiano: Recent Collages
Fr. James Palmigiano is an artist and member of the Cistercian Order of the Strict Observance, known familiarly as Trappists, residing at Saint Joseph’s Abbey in Spencer, Massachusetts.His collages reflect his experience of life in the monastery, with the apparent harmony of each piece born of a process of adding and subtracting, organizing and rearranging in a search for balance, order and presence. The exhibition is on view in the Cantor Foundation Resource Gallery.
- The Italian Presepe: Cultural Landscapes of the Soul
The Cantor Art Gallery will present "The Italian Presepe: Cultural Landscapes of the Soul." The exhibition is an exploration of an important form of Italian installation art: the nativity scene, or the presepe, by Margot Balboni, an independent curator and photographer, and Sarah Stanbury, a medievalist and member of the Holy Cross English Department.The Italian presepe is a vibrant form of installation art practiced all over Italy by everyone from school children to the most highly trained...
- Eucharist - 12:05 p.m.
Come celebrate the Eucharist at the 12:05 p.m. Mass in the McCooey Chapel.
- Study Abroad Info Session for Math and Computer Science Majors
The department of mathematics and computer science will hold an informal study abroad informational session in the McBrien Student Common Room. Come get your questions answered and meet majors who studied abroad last year!
- ALANA Mentoring Program Meeting
ALANA Mentoring Program Meeting
- Field Hockey vs. Bryant University
Field Hockey vs. Bryant
- Good Neighbor Presentation
Gateways Extended Orientation sponsors "Good Neighbor" presentations for all first-year students. These presentations are generated out of the Holy Cross Community Compact and are part of the College’s efforts to educate students about community expectations. You will hear from Associate Dean of Students, Paul Irish; Interim Director of Government and Community Relations, John Anderson; and College Hill neighbors. This required event will be held on three evenings. Each evening will be...
- Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
Join students in prayer before the Blessed Sacrament on Thursday evenings.
- Lecture to Share Findings of Largest Survey on Faith Across Generations
Vern Bengtson, faculty research associate with the Edward R. Roybal Institute on Aging at the University of Southern California, will give a lecture titled "Millennials, Parents, and Grandparents: Are families still passing on their faith?" In the largest-ever study of religion and family across generations, Bengtson and his colleagues followed more than 350 families for nearly four decades to find out how religion is, or is not, passed down from one generation to the next. His findings were...
- Eucarist 9 p.m. (Spanish)
Come celebrate the Eucharist, in Spanish, at the 9 p.m. Mass in the McCooey Chapel.
- Working Writers Series Presents Author Nick Krieger
Nick Krieger wrote the memoir, “Nina Here Nor There: My Journey Beyond Gender” (Beacon Press, 2011), which received a 2012 Stonewall Honor Book Award for nonfiction and the 2011 Independent Literary Award GLBTQ. He received a Solas Award for his travel writing, which has appeared on his blog and in multiple guides.Craft Talk - 3:30 p.m. Fenwick 207Reading - 7:30 p.m. Levis Browsing Room, Dinand Library