‘I came that they may have life and have it to the full.’ (John 10:10)
In the few years since the College opened, a rich and vibrant charism and faith story has emerged that is centred on the Cross and Christ’s death and resurrection – His transformation and redemption.
The spirituality of the College is further embellished by the courage and faith of Archbishop Blessed Oscar Romero. Someone once remarked to the Archbishop that his homilies were like receiving a university course, to which Romero responded, with the humility that so clearly characterised his preaching ministry, ‘I have never intended anything like that, but only to be an ordinary catechist, an evangeliser of the people, nothing else’ (15 October 1978).
The developing story, rituals and traditions of the College are drawn inspired by our Vision, Mission and College Patrons.
There are many instruments of evangelisation used at Holy Cross College, but some significant ones have become part of the fabric of the College and are embedded in its story and charism to endure and grow over time. Some of these are: