A blog focusing on the fraternal and ministerial activities of Holy Name Province and the Order.
More than 200 people, including Boston's mayor Thomas H. Menino, attended the Boston Friars' Fourth Annual Cocktail Party in the Friary on Arch Street on Oct. 11
Gerry Paciello has become a certified chaplain through the National Association of Catholic Chaplains.
The Mountain on The Road team is bringing its reflection gatherings to Erie, Pa., on Nov. 10 and to Cleveland, Ohio, on Nov. 11.
Dan Horan’s decision to become a Franciscan was part of the information featured the Oct. 5 issue of Catholic Sun, the Syracuse, N.Y., weekly diocese newspaper.
Homelessness in America will be the topic of lectures by Dennis Culhane, a professor of social welfare policy at the University of Pennsylvania.
Students and faculty at St. Bonaventure are organizing a Colleges Against Cancer Chapter to promote awareness and education on campus.
A course at Siena College called Legacies of Vietnam this fall focused on lasting consequences of the American involvement there.
Last week, John O'Connor took several lay members of the Wellness Committee to visit the new building. They ended up being the first group to walk with the contruction company representative down all 58 steps.
John O'Connor will be at St. Bonaventure, Siena, and in Triangle, Va., next week.
WTU President Louis Iasiello served as panelist on Oct. 19 at the Center for Christian Jewish Dialogue’s annual dinner to discuss the religious culture in military life.