A blog focusing on the fraternal and ministerial activities of Holy Name Province and the Order.
The St. Bonaventure University chapter of the American Advertising Federation will be heading to New York City May 5-6 to present its national advertising plan.
The friars at Arch Street anticipated "Cinco de Mayo" with a celebration May 1.
History was made at a Catholic church in Arlington on March 26 when the first altar girls assisted at the Sunday service.
The Provincial Annals is still looking for reports from the various ministries of the Province for 2005. Material received by June 1 can be used. Please mail the material to Julian Davies at Siena College or to email@example.com.
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.