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Our Life in the Hermitage

The Capuchin Friars of the Pennsylvania Province have had a ‘hermitage’ for decades since the renewal of our life and Constitutions after the Second Vatican Council.  Recently moved to Pittsburgh, PA, the hermitage has been a dwelling place where friars who seek more pronounced solitude can do so while maintaining their lives in brotherhood. That dwelling has been in several different locations over time but has always existed with the same goal: providing an environment where human hearts can hear the Word of God in solitude.

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On Tap: Our Brother Paul Dressler

Our brother Paul Dressler, OFM Cap., addressed the DC Young Adult Ministry's Theology on Tap Series: "A Church that is Poor & for the Poor". His talk was on "Simplicity and Spiritual Freedom". During the presentation, he shared about those poor whom he met and the ways in which the encounters have impacted his life

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Harrisburg & York friars work with new Bishop

Provincial Minister, David Nestler, OFM Cap., was in Harrisburg, PA, for the installation of the new bishop, Ronald Gainer and reports that all the friars working in the diocese were present for the occasion.  Harrisburg friars John Bednarik, Orlando Reyes, Michael Rubus and Stephen Shin joined our York brothers Lou Petruha, John McCloskey, Jim Menkhus and Zenon Maszczyk.

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Cap Corps Volunteer on EWTN

The EWTN News did a story about the Catholic Volunteer Network and the positive effects of post-grad service. Our own Cap Corps Volunteer, Izzi Hernandez-Cruz, is featured in the segment!

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