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
In celebration of Easter week, there will be no HNP Today next week. The next issue will be published April 26.
Donan McGovern has a new e-mail address; the friars in Lima, Peru, have a new address for packages.
Michael Fischer, the current dean of the School of Business and of the School of Graduate Studies, has been appointed as provost and vice president for academic affairs at St. Bonaventure's.
The postulants will be using the house April 27-28. For all other times, please feel free to call and reserve space.
In April 1988, the Anthonian published an article ("A Hunger for Justice") on the life of the Catholic Worker Movement's founder, Dorothy Day. A New York businesswoman, Claudia Larson, was so moved by the Anthonian account of Dorothy's life that she decided to make Dorothy's life better known.
Dominic Monti paid a fraternal visit to the friars at Arch Street on Palm Sunday. It was his first visit since becoming Provincial Vicar.
On Palm Sunday evening, the friars and about 175 interested listeners were treated to a wonderful recital of sacred music by the 46 voices of the Eltham College Choir from London.
Brian Jordan appears in a story in today's The New York Times in which he protests the moving of a cross from the site of the World Trade Center to a hanger at Kennedy airport.
The Albany Times Union carried an article on the friars' chapel in an Albany strip mall.
Charlie Finnegan will be presented an honorary doctorate at Neumann College during the academic awards convocation there on April 21. Neumann College is located in Aston, Pa.