A blog focusing on the fraternal and ministerial activities of Holy Name Province and the Order.
Charles Miller has been assigned as pastor of St. Francis Parish, Triangle, effective Oct. 2.
The Poor Clare Community in Jamaica Plains, Mass., celebrated its 100th anniverary the weekend of Sept. 16 -17.
On Sept. 15, St. Bonaventure University formally dedicated the newly-opened Damietta Center, celebrating multiculturalism and diversity.
In an effort to make the neighborhood of St. Anthony of Padua Church a better place to live, the staff of the New Jersey Tree Foundation (NJTF) and a large group of volunteers planted 53 trees on Saturday Sept. 16.
Friars and parishioners of Holy Cross Parish gathered last week to celebrate the 85th anniversary of the founding of the parish.
St. Bonaventure Parish in Allegany began a relationship with San Augustin Church in Lanquin, Guatemala, nearly four years ago as a "sister parish" and has completed a successful fundraiser.
A former Siena College basketball standout was one of five players shot Sunday morning at Duquesne University in Pittsburgh and police are still looking for the shooter, according to Capital 9 News in Albany.
Two Siena College department heads participated during the week of Sept. 11 in a four-day conversation regarding "Beyond Fundamentalism," sponsored by the Esalen Institute's Center for Theory and Research, in Big Sur, Calif.
Joseph Rozansky reports that the JPIC Office at the General Curia is mailing to all the provincial houses of the Order the most recent materials published by the office.
In preparation for Francis Week at the shrine and our celebration of the feast of Saint Francis, the friar community at Arch Street shared a day of prayer and reflection on Sept. 18 at Miramar Retreat Center in Duxbury, Mass.