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HNP Today

A blog focusing on the fraternal and ministerial activities of Holy Name Province and the Order.

Province Celebrates Martin Luther King, Jr.

St. Joseph Church hosted the Provincial celebration of Martin Luther King, Jr. this year on Jan. 22 in Wilmington, Del.

Religious Shareholders Force Disclosure By GE

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.

Printing Copies of HNP Today

Do you have problems when trying to print copies of HNP Today? Do the pages get truncated on the right side? If so, here is a simple three-step process for printing copies of HNP Today.

New or Changed E-Mail Addresses

Thomas Kelly, Jacques LaPointe, Joe Rozansky and Ignatius Smith have new or changed e-mail addresses.

Poor Clares Reconsecrate A Communist Prison

After a year of restoration work, the Monastery of the Poor Clares in Albania, called "St. Clare's," was inaugurated on October 29, 2005.

SBU Students Make Civil Rights Immersion Trip

Six St. Bonaventure University students, along with four faculty and staff members, journeyed to Samford University in Birmingham, Ala., Jan. 11 to participate in a national student conference called Faith in Action.

Friars Arrested in Anti-War Protest

Tom Ennis, Pat Sieber and 17 others were arrested at the Lockheed Martin bomb factory in King of Prussia, Pa., on Jan. 16.

Kevin Cronin appears on Telethon

Kevin Cronin was invited to participate in the Telecare Telethon on Jan. 15.

Kevin Mackin to be Honored

Kevin Mackin, who has served since 1996 as the ninth president of Siena College, will be honored as the Marketer-Executive-Citizen-Award (MECA) winner for 2006 by the Eastern New York affiliate of Sales & Marketing Executives International.

Highlights of the January Provincial Council Meeting

The Provincial Council met Jan. 9-11 in Margate, N.J.