SILVER SPRING, Md. — Daniel Horan, OFM a friar in post-novitiate formation at Holy Name College here, had a series of photographs published in the July issue of St. Anthony Messenger.
The story, “Francis House: A Refuge for People With HIV/AIDS,” features the ministry and community of Francis House at St. Anthony of Padua Parish in Camden, N.J. It was written by Kelly Zientak, a member of the Province’s Franciscan Volunteer Ministry.
This is not the first time Dan’s work has been featured in St. Anthony Messenger. In the past four years, Dan has published three photo essays and one series of the famous School of the Americas protest that he shot while on assignment for Catholic News Service in 2004.
Before becoming a friar, Dan ran a photography business specializing in editorial and sports photography. In addition to St. Anthony Messenger, his work has appeared in ESPN The Magazine, GolfWeek, The New York Post, America, The Buffalo News, The Observer-Dispatch, HBO, and other publications. He has worked for The Associated Press, Getty Images, The Sporting News, and others.
Since joining the Province, Dan has photographed the construction of Holy Name’s new Manhattan office building and apartment tower, an advertising campaign, several projects for St. Anthony Shrine in Boston, assignments at Holy Name College, as well as projects for The Anthonian and Insight and Wisdom.
To see the opening page of the St. Anthony Messenger article, click on the photo above.