A blog focusing on the fraternal and ministerial activities of Holy Name Province and the Order.
Regis Duffy was more than a theological colleague. He was my friend.
John Burke has a new e-mail address.
The Poor Clares in Andover, Mass. have a new mailing address.
The library at St. Anthony's Friary in St. Petersburg lacks a copy of Adalbert Callahan's Medieval Francis in Modern America, the first history of Holy Name Province.
You can help win $5,000 for St. Anthony's Guild by participating in the current Catholic Digest's "Love Your Neighbor" offering.
John O'Connor has been attending a meeting of new Provincials at the General Curia in Rome. Photos from this meeting can be found on the General Curia's web site.
On Jan. 22, the friar community welcomed Dorothy and Gene Greene and some of their family members for a special dedication.
The stained glass window depicting St. Francis's "Canticle of the Sun" has added to our tiny chapel's simple beauty and prayerful atmosphere. On Jan. 11, John O'Connor, accompanied by the Provincial Council, solemnly blessed and dedicated the window.
St. Joseph Church hosted the Provincial celebration of Martin Luther King, Jr. this year on Jan. 22 in Wilmington, Del.
In the successful conclusion of a 10-year shareholder initiative, the Tri-State Coalition For Responsible Investment (Tri-CRI) announced Jan. 10 that it has been victorious in pressuring General Electric to reveal that it had spent tens of millions of dollars to delay cleaning up the Hudson River and other PCB sites.