Things for Franciscans to do. Franciscan things to do. GETTING CARRIED AWAY WITH ST. FRANCIS. PAX ET BONUM. Daily Things for Franciscans to do.
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Things for Franciscans to do
Franciscan things to do
PAX ET BONUM
All those who love the Lord with their whole heart, with their whole
soul and mind, with their whole strength… and receive the Body
and Blood of our Lord Jesus Christ, and produce worthy fruits of
To counsel the doubtfulTo instruct the ignorantTo admonish the sinnerTo comfort the sorrowfulTo forgive all injuriesTo bear wrongs patientlyTo pray for the living and the dead
You don’t have to go to Rome or Assisi to talk to him.
Fr. Raymond Oosdyke OFM conv.
office and make an appointment if you are
unable to get to confession at the regularly
[Secular Franciscans] They promise to follow Jesus Christ and to live the gospel in fraternity by entering the Secular Franciscan Order. The Secular Franciscans, gathered together in fraternity and in oneness of spirit with all the People of God…
to careful reading of the gospel, going from gospel to life and
life to the gospel.
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closed tabernacle. The Venerable Bishop Fulton J. Sheen
spent an hour this way everyday.
And these most holy mysteries I wish to have honored above all things and to be reverenced and to have them reserved in precious places.
St. Francis of Assisi
The Ritual of the Franciscan Order book on pages 82-90.
Most High, glorious God,
Enlighten the darkness of my heart
And give me, Lord, a correct faith,
Certain hope, a perfect charity,
Sense and knowledge, so that I may carry out Your holy and true command.
St. Francis’ feast day on October 4. It
commemorates his passing into eternal life by using readings describing his death interspersed with readings from the Gospel. It is held in churches or areas where there are Franciscans. It is currently held in St. Lucie’s Church in Port St. Lucie.
The Lord Give You Peace