The National Executive Council is seeking applicants for the position of National Ecumenical/Interfaith Committee Chair. If you are interested in this position or know someone you would like to nominate, request an application prior to March 20, 2022.
“The Spirit is a movin’ all o-o-ver, all o-o-ver this land.” Remember that lovely song from back in the day? Admitting this will give evidence to the age of most of us—but it’s still a great song, and very appropriate for our times.
A fillable PDF form for Secular Franciscans seeking to transfer to another fraternity is now available on the website. Transfers are most often requested for one of two reasons: (1) the member will be moving to another location and can no longer participate in their fraternity or (2) the local fraternity to which they belong has been deactivated.
A rich array of texts and presentations from the 2021 Chapter meeting are conveniently accessible now on the website.
There is the tendency to view Francis’ devotion to Mary as somewhat of an isolated entity, unrelated to his spiritual life as a whole. Yet, Francis’ love for Mary was so much a part of him that it is almost impossible to separate his Marian devotion from his daily life.
Calling Secular Franciscans "true penitents," Pope Francis cited penance as the path to joy and conversion in his address at the General Chapter of the Secular Franciscan order on Nov. 15.
I welcomed everyone to our National Chapter at the Savior Pastoral Center outside of Kansas City, Kansas, with the words: “Miserando atque Eligendo.”
Walters exhibit showcases medieval missal used by St. Francis of Assisi at Archdiocese of Baltimore
The nativity scene is “like the living Gospel, rising up from the pages of sacred Scripture,” according to Pope Francis who issued a new Apostolic Letter on its importance on the First Sunday in Advent.
Up to 18 boxes at a time were delivered for days to the home of Patsy Cueva Philipps, OFS, in Corpus Christi. The spending spree on Amazon