A blog focusing on the fraternal and ministerial activities of Holy Name Province and the Order.
Our meetings began on Monday morning at 7 a.m. with morning prayer and the celebration of Mass.
An anonymous gift to the Franciscan Institute at St. Bonaventure University will create an endowment that will offer opportunities for women and men in the Franciscan family to learn about their own tradition and bring those values into their local communities, cities and ministries.
Alumni and members of the surrounding community are invited to join St. Bonaventure University students, faculty and staff as they mount a community-wide service effort to help the victims of Hurricane Katrina.
In the aftermath of Hurricane Stan this past fall, which devastated many impoverished, rural communities throughout Guatemala, 14 Siena students and I traveled to three remote Guatemalan highland locations in January and delivered desperately needed assistance.
At an Immigration Night on Jan. 19 at St. Camillus, 200 people gathered to listen to Bishop Francisco González and Kevin Appleby of the USCCB.
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.