The Friars of the Atonement mourn the loss of our brother Deacon James (Jim) W. Flannery, Jr., TSA, who passed from this life on Monday, July 26, 2021.
The theme for the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity in 2022 was selected by the Middle East Council of Churches and originates from the churches in Lebanon.
Aaron Hollander, for Ecumenical Trends - On Us the Blood? Interreligious Reckoning with the Legacies of Christian Anti-Judaism
The Franciscan Friars of the Atonement and the Capuchin Franciscans of the Province of St. Mary have decided to conclude their collaborative retreat ministry and close their common friary at Graymoor.
Scripture tells us that there is nothing new under the sun. That goes for people as well as events. It has been two thousand years since Philip and Andrew from our Gospel story walked this earth, but we all know people just like them.
Samuel Coleridge was an English poet. One day as he woke up he remembered he had dreamed the lines of a poem, even the title, Kubla Kahn. He did not have to compose the lines, they were all in his head.
The successful Catholic Literature and Arts Summer Program (CLASP) started by the Capuchin Youth and Family Ministries makes its debut on the holy mountain, Aug. 8-14.
Amos in our first reading is having a hard time. He has been sent by God to tell the king and government that they should start mending their ways, but no one will listen.
Today’s situation in the Gospel must have been very painful for Jesus. He had gone home for a short visit, but instead of receiving a warm welcome He was greeted with a cold shoulder.
Imagine yourself in a large, crowded sports event trying to get toward the exit. People are moving in the same direction, jostling along and bumping into one another. A tap on the arm or tug on the sleeve goes entirely unnoticed.