A partnership between the Franciscan Study Center at Tilburg University, NL and the Franciscan Institute at Saint Bonaventure University, NY
A Franciscan Spirituality of Discernment
The Editors    |   June 1, 2022

In recent years, a form of Franciscan discernment has been developed, calling the followers of St. Francis to be “contemplative fraternities in mission.”

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“The Highest Poverty”
The Editors    |   May 25, 2022

As consumers we are often not assisting to a general trend towards the adoption of sustainable behaviours where waste is seen as a resource rather than rubbish.

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Franciscan Books and their Readers
The Editors    |   May 24, 2022
Society | Spirituality

The book explores the manuscripts written, read, and studied by Franciscan friars from the thirteenth to the fifteenth centuries in Northern Italy, and specifically Padua.

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The Powers of the Soul in Medieval Franciscan Thought
The Editors    |   May 18, 2022
Church | Spirituality

This conference on the powers of the soul in medieval (Franciscan) thought is part of the ERC Project, ‘Authority and Innovation in Early Franciscan Thought.’

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Eden Bound
Anthony M. Carrozzo   |   May 17, 2022

Some people are easily labeled. Their lives seem to be carefully organized and predictable. Robert Lax is not one of them. 

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