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HNP Today

A blog focusing on the fraternal and ministerial activities of Holy Name Province and the Order.

Eco Bolivia and Protecting Biodiversity

I recently spent four days at an eco-spirituality retreat in a protected area at Serere, Bolivia. Located at the heart of the Amazon basin and accessible only by a boat, this piece of land has an exquisite beauty and a diversity of fauna and flora.

Servant Leadership: Theme of Autumn PIMs

This autumn, the ministerial development directorate will be offering "Partner-in-Ministry" workshops at four locations: Hartford, 96th Street, Pompton Lakes and Raleigh.

No HNP Today Next Week

There will be no issue of HNP Today next week. The next issue will be published Aug. 23.

Siena President Gets Tips

Golf Pro Wayne Player gave Siena College President Kevin Mackin tips during the 25th annual Sarazen Scholarship Tournament, held at Schuyler Meadows Club August 7.

Demolition Case Study

The demolition of the old building on 31st Street has been made available as a case study.

Declaration of Peace

Thousands of people across the U.S. are signing the Declaration of Peace pledge.

Friar Transitions

John Mahon and Richard McFeely have new assignments.

Take Action for Middle East Peace

The terrible news of the Israeli bombing raid that took the lives of over 50 civilians in Qana, Lebanon on July 30 underscores the need for an immediate cease-fire.

Sr. Mary Gurley Leaving Franciscan Institute

Sister Mary Gurley, OSF, resigned from her position at St. Bonaventure University July 1 to accept the position of Dean of the School of Education at Georgian Court University in Lakewood, N.J.

Pittsburgh Artist Pays Tribute to SBU President

A Handful of Seed, an exhibition of paintings and drawings by Marie Mawe Charpentier opens Aug. 1 in The Regina A. Quick Center for the Arts at St. Bonaventure University.