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Don Bosco's Prophecy and Today's World-Wide War Against the Church

(My good friend, Fr. Regis Scanlon, is writing a series of pieces relating Don Bosco’s famous prophecy to today’s events. Fr. Regis is a Franciscan Capuchin. 1,881 more words

The Storm

St. Francis of Assisi

As storms lash the Carolinas, we in dry California are reminded that the seasons are changing. The earth turns, moving toward shorter days and longer nights. 1,099 more words

"Working in subtleties": the why and how of my call to discernment

by James McCallum ’16

“Do not be afraid. Open the doors wide for Christ…Do not be afraid. Christ knows “what is in man.” He alone knows it.” – Pope St.

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Surprised by a Pleasant Good Friday

A couple of years ago I made the mistake of going to St. Mary’s Pro Cathedral in Dublin for the Veneration of the Cross on Good Friday. 435 more words


Frat Party with Hillbilly Thomists

As the title would indicate, last night was yet another peculiar night as a friar. Maybe the most peculiar night I have had as a friar. 878 more words


Losing One of the Best: +Bill Wiethorn, OFM Cap.

By Matt Janeczko, OFM Cap.

The Capuchin world weeps this week after losing one of the best friars known around these parts.  After a brief battle with terminal lung cancer, Father William “Bill” Wiethorn passed to his eternal reward. 142 more words