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    Groups of Hope Join your fellow St. Ignatius parishioners in person or over Zoom to pray, socialize, and share our faith each week during Advent in small groups of about 8 people. Join us! /advent-groups-of-hope _self
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  • Congregation of Holy Cross

    St. Ignatius Martyr Catholic Church is served primarily by brothers, priests and sisters of the Congregation of Holy Cross.

    The initials, "C.S.C.", after their names are an abbreviation for the Latin "Congregatio a Sancta Cruce", which means "Congregation of Holy Cross".

    The Congregation of Holy Cross was founded in 1837 by Blessed Father Basil Moreau, who was a priest of the Diocese of Le Mans, France. It was founded in a town named "Holy Cross" hence the name "Congregation of Holy Cross".  The mission of the Congregation was to assist in Church ministries wherever needed as parish priests, preachers of missions, educators, writers, and foreign missionaries.

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