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Franciscan Sisters of Christian Charity

Franciscan September Download: ‘In the Middle of Heaven and Here’ by Ken Yates

September 1, 2014

September signals change. All the weather’s moods call us to assess signs of progress in ourselves, others and in creation. As you follow your dreams this month, Franciscan Sisters of Christian Charity collaborate with Ken Yates to offer  In the Middle of Heaven and Here as a free music download. St. Francis talked about heaven this way. “What a […]

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Find Out from Chuck E. Costa ‘Where the Songs Come From’

July 1, 2009

The Franciscan Sisters of Christian Charity’s July-featured songwriter is modern day troubadour, Charles E. Costa in Where the Songs Come From.  About Chuck… Chuck was raised in New York City, part of an Italian family with a mother from Norway, which may be partly responsible for the creative breadth of Chuck’s musical expression. After receiving a degree […]

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Coat of Arms Reveals Franciscan Legacy

January 28, 2009

Looking carefully at the lower left quadrant of the Catholic Memorial High School, Waukesha, WI, coat of arms, crossed hands of Christ and St. Francis are found. This a reminder of the Franciscan Sisters of Christian Charity’s presence in this place of learning for over fifty years. On Tuesday of the national observance of Catholic School’s […]

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On the Road Inspirations

January 26, 2009

It is said that St. Francis spend one third of his time in contemplative prayer, one third of his time living the Gospel [serving others], and another one third of his time going from one place to another. The Franciscan Sisters of Christian Charity Vocation Directors offer the first of a series of ‘On the Road Inspirations’ gleaned from their experiences. Sharings from other travelers are […]

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Gospel Vision: Franciscans Without Frontiers

January 21, 2009

Brother Vincenzo Brocanelli, OFM, writes in a special 800th anniversary edition Franciscans Without Frontiers: St. Francis understood that in order to be a true disciple of Jesus he also had to be His witness. The more he advanced in faithful imitation of Christ, the more he became His living image, His impassioned voice, which cried, […]

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One Time Photo Op Friday

January 9, 2009

Picture a full parking lot of photographers focusing on a newly renovated 1797 San Xavier Mission, Tucson, AZ. Patronato San Xavier planned this dusk to 10:30 p.m. one time photo Friday op on January 9, 2009. The gleaming west tower was especially stunning. Adding special effects was a larger than your typical full moon (which […]

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