Holy Cross

Holy Cross or Saint Cross may refer to:

  • Christian cross, a frequently used religious symbol of Christianity
  • True Cross, supposed remnants of the actual cross upon which Jesus was crucified
  • Feast of the Cross, a commemoration most often celebrated on September 14

Holy Cross may also refer to:

Read more about Holy CrossEducational Institutions, Churches, Communities By The Name of Order of The Holy Cross, Catholic Religious Orders, Anglican Religious Orders, Eastern Orthodox Associations, Geography, Other

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Holy Cross Church, Frankfurt-Bornheim - History - Foundation
... The Holy Cross church was built in 1929 from the master of church building Martin Weber and is at the edge of the housing development at the Bornheimer Hang ... The Holy Cross Church was the second catholic church in Frankfurt-Bornheim ... medieval Frankfurt possessed several the holy cross dedicated places ...
Holy Cross, New Orleans - Demographics
... As of the census of 2010, there were 2,714 people, 1,040 households, and 642 families residing in the neighborhood. ...
Carl Giordana - Biography
... spent a majority of his time volunteering at Kaukauna's Holy Cross elementary school, scheduling gym activities, and even playing a large role in setting up a very successful annual Holy Cross Men's ... In 1994, Holy Cross honored Giordana for his 40 years of dedication to the school by renaming the gym the Carl F ... In addition to his contributions at Holy Cross, Giordana was a referee and umpire with the Kaukauna Recreation Department for over 55 years ...
List Of Presidents Of Loyola University Maryland
... joined the Religious Studies Department at Holy Cross in 1994, serving as Assistant Dean at College of the Holy Cross from 2003 to 2005 and was named a ... He currently serves as a member of the Board of Trustees of the College of the Holy Cross the Institute of Christian and Jewish Studies the Caroline Center ...
Sports In Worcester, Massachusetts - Collegiate Sports
... many notable achievements in collegiate sports The Holy Cross Crusaders, led by future basketball hall-of-famers Bob Cousy and Tom Heinsohn, were NCAA men's basketball champions in 1947 and NIT men's ... The Holy Cross Crusaders football team played in the 1946 Orange Bowl, losing 13-6 to Miami (FL) ... Holy Cross won the 1952 NCAA College World Series, beating the University of Missouri 8-4 ...

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