Saint Josephine Bakhita

Josephine Bakhita was born in the Sudan around 1869. Kidnapped by Arab slave traders when she was about seven years old, for many years Josephine was bought and sold, treated…

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Mission to the People of Amazonia

Friar Erick Marin of the Central American Custody Mary, Mother of the Poor, departs in early February on mission to the people of Amazonia.He was born in Costa Rica and joined…

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Franciscan Hospitality

Serving Those With Nowhere Else to Go Even before the outbreak of the Coronavirus pandemic, Holy Cross Retreat Center in Mesilla Park, New Mexico, had begun a Ministry of Hospitality,…

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Let Us Dream – Part 3

What Way Shall We Go? A Time to Act Friar Charles McCarthy continues his reflection on Pope Francis' Let Us Dream, A Path to a Better Future.In “All is Calm,”…

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Stories of Success

In early December, we were happy to let you know that Friar Phil Ley was honored for his ministry with Posada Guadalupe. He was one of seven individuals who received…

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