Blog Posts for "Vocation"

Getting Away With…Hyperbole?

Viola Davis is a talented actress who has paid her dues to reach the highest levels of critical and popular acclaim.  She caught widespread notice in her role as a dedicated and conflicted mother in the movie Doubt, for which she was nominated for an Academy Award.  She also received raves for her role in The Help.  For the past several years she has starred in the television drama How to Get Away with Murder, where she became the first African American to receive an Emmy as Best Lead Actress in a Drama Series. In 2010 she won...

Inaugural Tap into Life Podcast

Check out our inaugural podcast episode! Learn about Fr.'s Keith and Tom and their vocation to become Capuchins. Introducing #Capuchin #Franciscan Friars Br. Keith and Br. Tom from #Detroit, Michigan. Next week we will introduce you to Br. MJ Groark and Br. Vito Martinez from #Chicago, Illinois. Contact the Friars at Want to join Fr. Tom at his monthly event in Detroit? Be sure to follow and like the Tap Into Life Facebook page!

2017 Triduum Retreat

Celebrate the Paschal Triduum with Candidates, Volunteers and Capuchin Friars! On April 13 through April 15, join us as we celebrate Holy Thursday, Good Friday and Easter through prayer, fraternal sharing and input. As the time of Lent approaches, we find ourselves looking forward to the joy of the Easter Season, and with it, the annual Easter Triduum Retreat at St. Lawrence Seminary in Mt. Calvary, Wisconsin. This event, the final event of the 2016-2017 vocation year, is a staple of Capuchin formation in the Province of St. Joseph. Friars in formation, members of our lay volunteer corps, Cap Corps, and...

Discovering Postulancy 2017

As we are rapidly approaching the New Year, we are also rapidly approaching the annual Discovering Postulancy event in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Taking place this year from January 1-5, 2017, this unique event gives candidates and inquirers the chance to experience Postulancy first-hand, to get a taste of what Capuchin formation is really like. Postulancy is the first formal stage of formation for Capuchin Franciscans, and for the Province of St. Joseph, this program takes place at St. Conrad Friary in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Friars-in-formation spend roughly nine months taking classes in-house, learning about a variety of topics, including the history of...

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