A blog focusing on the fraternal and ministerial activities of Holy Name Province and the Order.
When St. Bonaventure University senior Josh Koszuta began getting calls from those willing to donate softball and baseball equipment for some Mississippi Little Leaguers, he set out in his car to pick up the donations.
As images of their efforts rotated across a large screen in the university chapel, participants in the massive BonaResponds service trip greeted one another with hugs, smiles and high-fives in the afternoon of March 13.
Last fall, Brian Cullinane, pastor of Assumption of Our Blessed Lady Church in Wood-Ridge, N.J., determined that the basement of his church desperately needed a face lift, not only for the sake of his parish but for the use of the local community as well.
Boniface Hanley has a new e-mail address.
Fourteen members of the Olean Area Coalition for Peace and Justice protested the third anniversary of the Iraq war in downtown Olean on Monday. Some were members of the St. Bonaventure University community.
About 30 people experienced the virtual realities of poverty in a unique poverty simulation conducted Feb. 17 by St. Bonaventure's University Ministries.
Would you join your brother priests on April 2 in preaching the Word of God in support of those living in fear in our country to help them find a path to citizenship?
On February 25, 13 candidates were received into the Secular Franciscan Order for the Fraternidad Imaculada Concepcion at 96th Street in New York.
The JPIC animators of the English-speaking Conference met in Washington, D.C., March 8-9 at the Franciscan Mission Service.
Brian Jordan delivered the invocation at the St. Patrick's Day Governor's Breakfast on March 17, hosted by Honorable George E. Pataki, governor of the state of New York, and the Ireland Chamber of Commerce in the U.S. The Governor's Breakfast was held in the Grand Ballroom of the Waldorf Astoria in New York City.