A blog focusing on the fraternal and ministerial activities of Holy Name Province and the Order.
Benedict Taylor has completed a period of recuperation at Holy Name Friary in New York and has returned to work at Project Create in Harlem. He has a new address: 1261 Fifth Ave., Apt. 702, New York, NY 10029. His phone number is (212) 663-1975 x337.
Our Lady of Angels Church will sponsor one of its own parishioners in a special presentation titled "Spirituality in the Workplace: Practical Advice from a CEO and a Monk."
Siena College radio station WVCR-FM is back on the Internet with a remodeled Web page and a live feed.
Harbor Towers are two high-rise residential towers on Boston's waterfront, not far from Saint Anthony Shrine. A home Mass was celebrated there May 7.
The Archdiocese of Boston will acknowledge all religious brothers celebrating a jubilee this year.
Three friars in Buffalo will be celebrating their jubilees during a Mass on June 25.
More than 50 leaders of the Franciscan Family in the United States sent a letter to the Senate requesting the passage of comprehensive immigration reform.
This private directed retreat is jointly sponsored by the Assumption, Guadalupe, Sacred Heart and John the Baptist Provinces. Friars from any OFM provinces are invited to attend.
The second annual JPIC Local Contacts Retreat was a great success. Eighteen Partners-in-Ministry and four friars from 15 ministries of the Province gathered May 5-7 at St. Francis Springs Prayer Center near Greensboro, N.C.
St. Mary's has been able to welcome and incorporate a new community, different in culture and language, forging a new multi-cultural, multi-racial identity, all within seven years.