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HNP Today

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

SBU Service Group to Return to Gulf Coast

BonaResponds, a group from St. Bonaventure University formed to help victims of Hurricane Katrina, is planning several local service projects in preparation for return visits to Louisiana and Mississippi, according to the Olean Time-Herald.

Labor Day Weekend at Arch Street

On Sept. 2, the friars at St. Anthony Shrine welcomed men in formation with the Immaculate Conception Province to the shrine.

Roundtable on Terrorism and War and Peace

Louis Iasiello took part in a roundtable discussion convened by Catholic News Service Aug. 21 to look at terrorism and war and peace issues five years after the attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon.

Call for African-American Committee Surveys

If any friar has not responded to the survey and intends doing so, you are asked to attend to it now.

Friar Transitions

James McIntosh is assigned to Bolivia; Mario Gómez is back in the Bronx.

Development for the Order

Earlier this year, David Convertino received word from the General Minister and General Council in Rome that his services were requested in the development and fund-raising endeavors of the Order.

Friars Invited to Tour the New 31st Street Friary

Jerome Massimino cordially invites any friars who will be attending solemn profession on Sept. 9 to join Provincial Minister John O'Connor for a tour of the new building on 31st Street.

Miguel Loredo Exhibition Opens at Siena College

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.

Siena Seeks New President

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.

‘The Light Shone in the Darkness’

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.