A blog focusing on the fraternal and ministerial activities of Holy Name Province and the Order.
On April 4, 1968, Martin Luther King was shot by James Earl Ray, while standing on the balcony of the Lorraine Motel in Memphis, Tenn., where he was to lead a march of sanitation workers protesting against low wages and poor working conditions. He was only 39 at the time of his death.
Tom Vigliotta has a new e-mail address.
One day while he was at the track betting on the ponies and nearly losing his shirt, Mitch noticed a priest who stepped out onto the track and blessed the forehead of one of the horses lining up for the fourth race.
A friend of the Province is alluded to in an article in today's New York Times concerning the role of drinking in English culture.
The General Minister of the Conventuals has responded to critics of the friars in Assisi after the recent publication of Pope Benedict's motu proprio.
Quincy University is organizing a pilgrimage to Assisi for students and faculty between May 15-26. Two spots are still available. All friars are welcome to join the group.
Kevin Daly accompanied a van-load of Siena College students on a journey to Philadelphia, where they assisted at St. Francis Inn for a week during Christmas break.
At St. Anthony of Padua Parish in Camden, on Epiphany weekend, John Coughlin, Jud Weiksnar and their deacon Tito Miranda, blessed 66 houses.
The friars are reminded that the deadline for submitting grant applications for the Benevolence and Bonfils Trusts is April 1.
Regis Duffy, 71 years of age, a professed Franciscan friar for 50 years and a priest for 44 years, died Jan. 4 at the St. Bonaventure University Friary.