May 07, 2015
"For the first few years, these brothers live in San Lorenzo Friary while learning to balance Capuchin values of prayer, fraternity, study, and ministry. They study at local colleges, Boston College School of Theology and Ministry and at St. John's Seminary. All friars in post-novitiate have a public ministry in Boston. Some work at St. Francis House, which provides many services for the homeless of Boston, some minister prisons, while others provide assistance in college campus ministry and in local parishes. Each year, for a minimum of three years, brothers in post-novitiate make a simple profession of vows, renewing their commitment to poverty, chastity, and obedience."
Read the rest of the article HERE (or by clicking the image above) about Capuchin Franciscan Friars of the Province of St. Mary in our post-novitiate program in Boston at San Lorenzo and St. Francis Friaries! The article is published in the Boston Pilot, a daily news Catholic newspaper based in Boston, Massachusetts covering news and opinion about the Catholic Church and Catholic life.