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Our brother Francis followed a calling of vocation that changed his life and the lives of others. Have you heard the same call?
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Upcoming Events

Detroit Ministry Weekend

Oct 23 - 25

Detroit Ministry Weekend Detroit, Michigan

Admission Board to Postulancy

May 26 - 27

Admission Board to Postulancy Toronto


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Becoming a Capuchin

We currently have over twenty men at various levels of formation, as well as guys living in resident candidacy. These men differ in age, culture, and have unique vocation stories. Learn how others have made the leap of faith to follow a Capuchin vocation.

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Ministries

Capuchins minister in hospitals, schools, soup kitchens and jails. They are Franciscan pastors, artists, missionaries, youth ministers and writers. From large cities like Chicago and Detroit to small towns like Appleton, WI and Lame Deer, MT, we are serving the needs of others.

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Blog

It’s That Time Again: The Detroit Ministry Weekend

It’s That Time Again: The Detroit Ministry Weekend

A sure sign that autumn is fast approaching, it’s once again time to begin planning for the annual Detroit Ministry Weekend. This annual event, always a favorite of...

Growing Into Holiness

Growing Into Holiness

St. Augustine of Hippo 1 Thessalonians 4:1-8; Matthew 25:1-13 Today’s Office of Readings features an excerpt from St. Augustine’s classic Confessions that beautifully encapsulates his spiritual journey: ...


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Called: the Postulant

Called: The Postulant features the vocation story of Bro. M.J. Groark and his return to the Church. Click above to watch the three part series.

Meet the Ministries

Meet the Ministries: Learn about our social services and spiritual ministries. Refresh the page to view more videos.

Meet Fr. Bill

Meet Fr. Bill: In every dimension of Capuchin life, we build sister-brotherhood as often and wherever we can. We build and heal relationships among ourselves, within the church, and in the world.