NEW YORK – On September 11, 2001, four coordinated terrorist attacks in the United States resulted in the death of 2,996 people and the injury of 6,000 others. But the first official fatality of the attack was a Catholic priest, Father Mychal Judge. Today, seventeen years later, we honor the sacrifice and witness of Father […]
Do you follow a Rule of Life? Is there a systematic way that you practice your faith in the pubic square? Do you share in these same practices with a community through which you find companionship and accountability? Many Catholics throughout the centuries have found themselves seeking to live their lives more perfectly for God.
“I once was lost, but now am found” former stray shows us his new home and his life at the monastery. Carmelo, the schnauzer, is enjoying life now following his adoption by the brothers of the Franciscan monastery of San Francisco, Cochabamba, Bolivia. His official title is “Friar Bigoton” translated to “Friar Mustache”. Dressed in his custom