Raleigh/Durham

Our first day of our “Southern Exposure” began with a tandem of ministries in central North Carolina: Raleigh and Durham. To say that it was a busy weekend is an understatement. Besides being the feast of the Ascension,… Read More

Southern Exposure

On this road trip, it’s less about the road and more about the time spent with brothers

Moving Out!

After three years in Washington, D.C., my time to move has come. Here are two big announcements!

What the World Needs

Maybe the very thing the world needs most is you…

The Young and the Restructured

Some worry that religious life is a dying institution. Not me.

Millennials and the Church: A Conversation with Fr. Daniel Horan

Those of us born between 1982 and 2004 are in a special class of people known as the “Millennial Generation.” We were raised in the dotcom boom and technological age, came of age during the attacks on September… Read More

Do Clothes Make the Man?

Some say that what one wears doesn’t matter. Science shows it might have more an affect than we think.

Who is the “Real” St. Francis?

With so many different images of St. Francis of Assisi, it can be difficult to know the difference between the Francis of history and the Francis of our imaginations

#PopeInDC

Yesterday was just like any other day. I woke up around 6:30, prayed morning prayer with the brothers, and went to Catholic University for many hours. Oh, and how could I forget? We ordered pizza for dinner because… Read More

Our Franciscan Mission

A look at what makes a mission Franciscan

Big Announcement: Another Trip

For the second time this summer, I write to you today to announce a major trip I will be taking with the friars: in one week’s time, I will be on a plane with five other friars and… Read More

Elementary School Rock Star

Even though we arrived in D.C. from our road trip only five days ago, it seems like ancient history at this point. What a week it’s been! After a day of rest (and laundry!) I packed up what… Read More