Blog Posts for "Franciscan Prayer"

Franciscan Prayer (First in a series)

Anyone considering entrance to the Capuchin-Franciscans must wonder, “What makes this group different from others?” I hope to offer a series of posts that attempt to answer that question regarding the uniqueness of Franciscan prayer. Each post will discuss a small part of this large topic. Hopefully, by the end of the series, each of us will have a better understanding of how Franciscan prayer generally has fit into the mosaic of Franciscan and Capuchin life.This first post focuses on the pattern of Franciscan prayer. The assumption that this pattern comes from Francis of Assisi is only half true....

Here, And In All Your Churches

While I am no longer in Perú, there is one experience there that I have wanted to talk about and something else always came up instead.While I was on Mission up in the mountains, in Andagua, that Sunday morning my two brothers and I took off into the mountains for a "desert experience." I over-dressed, expecting it to be colder. There is a whole other article in that but it isn't the point I'm wanting to make here. We journeyed into the mountains, among the volcanos, for probably two hours. It was an amazing country. Dry but irrigated, peaks...

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