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.