If you’re a long-time reader of this newsletter, chances are you’ve noticed that Holy Name Province’s website looks a little different. This month, HNP.org debuted a new website design, featuring a brighter, more modern look and new branding.
With 69 years of ministry experience friar has four words for anyone contemplating a Franciscan vocation: “It’s a wonderful life”
Province withdraws from Holy Name of Jesus-St. Gregory the Great Parish with subtlety, symbolism and gratitude
A walk in desert by Emmet Murphy, Transitus celebrations, and animal blessings among events around Province commemorating patron saint
Michael Tyson presides at closing Mass on Sept. 4 at St. Luke Church near Colonie where friars had ministered since 1970
Mass for five CTU students celebrated Sept. 26 at St. Clare of Montefalco Chapel at St. Rita Church in Chicago
Funeral services for Missouri native who died Oct. 9 held at St. Petersburg friary
Nearly 40 men considering a religious vocation participated in a virtual “come and see” retreat last month to learn more about Franciscan life, connect with friars, and pray with them.
Funeral services for Upstate New York native who served nearly 50 years in Brazil held Sept. 26 at Siena College
NEW YORK – The discussions have finished. The decisions have been made. And the friar relocations are underway. After a five-day process of meetings, fraternal dialogue and prayer, last month the leadership of Holy Name Province completed the task of assigning friars to Provincial offices, friaries, parishes, and other ministry sites throughout the Province. Provincial Minister Kevin Mullen, OFM, Provincial …
This is part of a series of profiles about the Province’s retired friars. It features what they are doing now, a look back on their ministerial life as friars, and how, even in retirement, they are making a difference in their communities and issues of the day through their activities, interests, and hobbies. ELFRIDA, Ariz. – Before the pandemic, Emmet …
For Christians of different denominations, the period of Sept. 1 through Oct. 4 – known as the Season of Creation, is a time to renew their relationship with the Creator and with all of creation through celebration, conversion, and commitment to protecting our common home. During this year’s Season of Creation, the Franciscan Order encourages Franciscan-hearted people to delve into …
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