A blog focusing on the fraternal and ministerial activities of Holy Name Province and the Order.
The general chapter of the Capuchins has elected Mauro Jöhri, OFM Cap, provincial of the Capuchin Swiss Province, as their new general minister.
In 2002, St. Bonaventure considered developing an academic presence in the region of Assisi, Italy: not just a pilgrimage, but a study abroad program for the university.
Study abroad at St. Bonaventure University is multi-faceted, including short-term and long-term options for students.
Inaugurating the 11th exhibition season of The Regina A. Quick Center for the Arts, Bless This House: Common Themes in the Religious Art of Victorian Homes, from the Collection of C. W. Lattin opens on Sept. 8 and continues through Dec. 9.
Although Miguel Loredo has been painting all his life, it was not until 2002 that he decided to show his works in a broader context.
The Siena College Board of Trustees seeks nominations and applications for the position of president to succeed Kevin Mackin, who has served the college faithfully as president since 1996 and who will continue to lead the college through May 2007.
As the altar servers advanced up the main aisle of Assumption Church to begin the 5:30 Mass on Saturday evening, September 2, their flickering candles provided a valid purpose: to give some light to the darkened church.
The Province's wellness subcommittee intends to publish one article concerning wellness each month in HNP Today. The first monthly sharing by Vicki Masterpaul, OSF, presents a theological underpinning of the subcommittee's approach to "wellness."
Siena College reached out Sept. 2 to console its State Police neighbors at Troop G by praying for troopers Donald Baker Jr. and Joseph Longobardo during a Mass, according to the Albany Times Union.
Mt. Irenaeus, co-missioned with St. Bonaventure University, has appointed Tim Shaffer as coordinator of programs and activities.