The Glory of the Most High Fraternity of the Secular Franciscan Order seeks to help lay people and secular priests and deacons live out their Franciscan vocations through prayer, community, and opportunities for spiritual growth.
Saturday, February 26, 2011
Day of Reflection
A wonderful Franciscan day of reflection in Hilton today!
The Secular Franciscan Order belongs to the Franciscan Family and is "formed by the organic union of all the Catholic fraternities. We, the members are moved by the Holy Spirit and commit ourselves through profession to live the Gospel after the manner of St. Francis in our secular state following the Rule approved by the Church" ( Const. 1,3).
"The rule and life of the Secular Franciscans is this: to observe the gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ by following the example of Saint Francis of Assisi, who made Christ the inspiration and the center of his life with God and people.... We devote ourselves especially to careful reading of the gospel, going from gospel to life and life to the gospel." ( Rule Article 4).
Glory of the Most High Profession
Glory of the Most High OFS Profession
October 20 - Fraternity Meeting (Visitation), 7 p.m., St. Theodore's Church
November 3 - Fraternity Meeting, 7 p.m St. Theodore's Church
October 3 - Transitus
October 4 – Feast day of Saint Francis
October 6 – Saint Mary Frances of the Five Wounds, III Order
October 10 – Saint Daniel and companions (Angelus, Samuel, Donulus, Leo, Hugolinus and Nicholas), I Order
October 10 – Blessed Mother Mary Angela Truszkowska, III Order
October 11 – Saint John XXIII, III Order
October 12 – Saint Seraphin of Montegranaro, I Order
October 13 – Blessed Honorat Kozminski, I Order
October 21 – Blessed Josephine Leroux, II Order
October 22 – Saint John Paul II
October 22 – Saint Peter of Alcantara, I Order
October 23 – Saint John of Capestrano, I Order
October 25 - Blessed Maria Jesus Ferragut, virgin, and companions, martyrs of Valencia [Maria Veronica Masiá, Maria Felicity Masiá Ferragut, Isabel Claduch Rovira, Milagros Ortells Gimeno], II Ord.