The whole life of Sister Maria Lanceata was intensely and profoundly dedicated to prayer, to the service of the community and to the help of the needy and the sick.
This volume unites a team of distinguished scholars to celebrate Rosalind B. Brooke’s immense contribution to Franciscan studies over the last 60 years.
The Franciscan Institute engages in research, publications and academic conferences, workshops and seminars on the Franciscan Intellectual Tradition.
The appeal of Francis' spirituality flows from his selfless conformity to Christ as the human presence of God, corporally identified by his passion with the poor, outcast, and infirm.
Lent is a time when the Church gives us an opportunity to strip away our masks and put away the Pollyannaish platitudes that keep us functioning in the fast lane of life.