A blog focusing on the fraternal and ministerial activities of Holy Name Province and the Order.
Feast celebrations include street processions, Las Mañanitas, Mariachi bands, dramatic reenactments, dancers in regalia, Mass and traditional fare
The Way of St. Francis has established the annual Simon Scanlon Writing Awards in memory of their longtime editor and publisher, Simon Scanlon, OFM.
The Franciscan Center for Social Concern (FCSC) at St. Bonaventure University is looking for a new director.
Friars from Holy Name College and the Custody of the Holy Land gathered on the Washington mall with those seeking justice for immigrants on April 9. The photo was taken by Octavio Duran.
High winds and rain have disabled the main phone number at Margate. The friars there can be contacted on Boniface's line at (609) 822-6678 or via the fax at (609) 822-0601.
The U.S. Catholic bishops have published a kit to help Catholics engage in a Justice for Immigrants campaign. The kit offers resources for parishes, schools, religious education and youth programs, and is available at www.justiceforimmigrants.org/parishes.html.
The Church of St. Anne in Fair Lawn, N.J., will have a Memorial Mass for Bishop John Burke on May 20.
St. Anthony Friary in Butler, N.J., was the setting for the most recent convening of the sick and retired directorate on April 18.
The baptism of a special young woman at St. Francis Parish appeared on the front page of the Raleigh News & Observer on Easter Sunday.
St. Bonaventure University and its former athletic director have reached an amicable settlement of a lawsuit filed against the university.
John "Jack" Coffey, an affiliate of the Province and head chef at the friary at St. Bonaventure University, will retire after 45 years of service.