Dalton LaTessa, Dave Sebastian and Kevin Marston participated in the Friars’ collegiate internship program Franciscan for the Summer from mid-June to mid-August.
It is always a temptation to preach the Gospel of Jesus in a selective manner.
There is a novel called The Man Who Lost Himself; in one scene the main character of the story trails a man to Paris.
One day long ago, someone interrupted Jesus with a question any of us might find ourselves asking. Parents had died and there is an estate to settle.
In Eugene O’Neill’s play, “The Great God Brown,” we see a man on his deathbed and he is frightened.
The following reflection is from Dalton LaTessa (far left) a participant in Franciscan for the Summer—a summer discernment internship which includes living with the Friars while studying in Rome about ”Ecumenical and Interreligious Movements from a Catholic Perspective.”
Another stage in the canonization process of Atonement Friars' Founder Servant of God Fr. Paul Wattson, SA, is now complete and he can be officially referred to as a Servant of God!
In some ways, this Martha and Mary story can be annoying to many of us. You do not want to be seen as too much like Martha; ignoring the guest or like passive Mary.
Fifty years ago this Saturday, man landed on the moon for the first time! But did you know that astronaut brought blessed Bread and Wine from his Presbyterian Church?
Kevin Marston, Dave Sebastian and Dalton LaTessa are participants in the Friars’ collegiate internship program Franciscan for the Summer.