A study of three hundred years of medieval Franciscan history convincingly demonstrates how martyrdom functioned as a central tenet of Franciscan identity.
Bonaventure employs images throughout his works, especially those of spiritual theology. To glance over these images is to miss much of what he is telling us.
This conference aims to chart the multiform phenomenon of moral conversion in Western society.
To bring about the level of transformation needed in our organizations and our world right now, we need a way of learning and of leading.
The Padua Program at St. Bonaventure University helps Franciscan institutions and ministries transmit the values of Saints, Francis and Clare, to new generations of leaders.