Arts and Literature
- Vito Acconci 1962, artist and architect
- Philip Berrigan 1950, author and activist
- Billy Collins 1963, former Poet Laureate of the United States
- Leo Cullum 1963, cartoonist best known for his work in The New Yorker.
- Michael Earls 1895, Jesuit priest, writer, poet, teacher, and Holy Cross administrator
- Michael Harrington 1947, socialist historian and author of The Other America, which is believed to have inspired Lyndon Johnson's Great Society social programs.
- Jack Higgins 1976, Pulitzer Prize winning editorial cartoonist for the Chicago Sun Times
- Michael Harvey 1980, author of The Chicago Way and The Fifth Floor and co-creator of the TV program Cold Case Files
- Michael Hogan 1972, author of the novels Man Out of Time and Burial of the Dead
- Edward P. Jones 1972, 2004 Pulitzer Prize winner in fiction for writing The Known World
- Elizabeth Keane 1994, author of Sean MacBride and An Irish Statesman and Revolutionary
- Paul LeClerc 1963, President Emeritus of the New York Public Library
- Kyle Murphy 2007, goes by the pen name Karsten Knight, author of Wildefire series.
- Joe McGinniss 1964, bestselling author of The Selling of the President, Fatal Vision, and other books
- Jay O'Callahan 1960, prominent storyteller
- Barry Reed 1949, Boston trial lawyer and author of The Verdict, which was made into the Oscar-nominated 1982 film starring Paul Newman
- Gaspar Tringale 1971, portrait photographer known for his photos in Vanity Fair.
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