Q: Why should a bowling alley be quiet?
A: So you can hear a pin drop! 🙂
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The Grotto of Our Lady of Lourdes at the University of Notre Dame is one of the powerful places on the campus. Each year, thousands of visitors flock to this shrine to the Blessed Virgin Mary offering thoughts, prayers, and lighting candles of remembrance, thanksgiving, and support. As students in the ACE Program at Notre Dame, the Grotto is a special place to Holy Cross of San Antonio teachers, Mr. Jack Wallace and Ms. Stephanie Perez.
This past week, Mr. Wallace was contacted by a Holy Cross priest at the University of Notre Dame and after a brief conversation was told that a candle will be lit in the Grotto in support of all the students at Holy Cross of San Antonio and for the Varsity football team as the travel to Austin tonight to play for a District Championship! As part of a worldwide Holy Cross family, Holy Cross of San Antonio is in the thoughts and prayers of thousands across the world.
Ave Crux Spes Unica!
By Bro. Stanley
One of the most storied rivalries in San Antonio will be taking a two years break in 2014 and 2015. The annual rivalry between Holy Cross and Central Catholic, dubbed the Holy Bowl, will not be played for the next two seasons. Based on enrollment, Holy Cross and Central Catholic are members of different districts and alignments. Holy Cross will be in an eight team district. For the past two seasons the Holy Bowl has been played on week zero, the season opening game for both teams. After much discussion involving the coaches, athletic directors and school administrators, a date agreement could not be reached. Holy Cross sought a continuation of the week zero contest. Central Catholic sought later dates that conflict with the Gala, the major fundraising event for Holy Cross, or with its district schedule.
While Central leads the overall series 35 to 11, Holy Cross has won 6 of the last 10 contests-including the last 3 in a row. Since football games are scheduled on a two year cycle, Holy Cross loyalists anxiously look forward to resuming the Holy Bowl rivalry in 2016.