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Discernment

Discerning a Religious Vocation in Age of COVID-19

Despite the COVID-19 outbreak, the HNP Franciscan Vocation Ministry continues to share the joy of Franciscan life with...
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Friars Trace Footsteps of St. Junípero Serra

Two hundred and forty seven years ago, St. Junípero Serra, OFM, arrived in San Diego, where he founded the first of 21 Franciscan missions...
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Be a Franciscan Video Series: Discerning a Vocation

Br. Casey Cole, OFM discusses discerning a vocation to religious life. Br. Casey Cole, OFM invites the participants of the...
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Really, Would You Do It With Me?

By Br. Casey Cole, OFM During a trip to Greenville, S.C., last month, Br. Casey Cole, OFM, spoke to parishioners of St. Anthony of Padua Church during...
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Things That Help Me Discern, Part 3: Being Joyful

By Daniel Beckham The following is the final installment in a three-part series exploring the importance of “being” in...
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Things that Help Me Discern, Part 3: Being Honest (or the Important of Being Ernest)

By Daniel Beckham The following is the second installment in a three-part series exploring the...
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Things that Help Me Discern, Part 3: Being Open

By Daniel Beckham After a somewhat lengthy hiatus, the following is a final installment of a three-part series on “things that...
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Assisi Reflection: “Sacred Ground”

By Fr. Brian Smail, OFM Recently I had the opportunity to accompany a group of friars on a pilgrimage to Assisi, where the history of the Franciscan...
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Things that Help Me Discern, Part 1: Listening

By Daniel Beckham The following reflection is taken from a blog entitled “Detour to Holiness: My Wayward Journey to the Religious...
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Formation Update: Postulancy Offers Diverse Experiences

The postulant year offers men a variety of experiences as they embark on formation to friar life. In addition to meeting friars...
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