Get a peak inside the Franciscan Monastery of the Holy Land in America located in Washington, D.C. Read More. Photo Credit: dcrefined
Fr. Benjamin Owusu, OFM talks about the call to be a Holy Land Franciscan and how it’s unique, unlike a general call to be a priest or brother. Read more. Photo Credit: Jorge Lascar via Flickr
Despite dissonance in the Holy City of Jerusalem, inter-religious music students from Jerusalem’s Magnificat Institute bring harmony during performances in the D.C. area. Read More. (PHOTO COURTESY TONY SABAT)
Land mines cleared around Franciscan Monastery and long-time pilgrimage site, allowing it to reopen after being abruptly closed 50 years ago. Read more. Photo Credit: Custodia Terræ Sanctæ
In honor of the Holy Land Franciscans 800th anniversary, friars from all over the Holy Land and a multicultural group of artists pilgrimage together through Italy to spread St. Francis’ message of peace. Read more.
Lebanon and the Middle East consecrated to the Immaculate Heart of Mary again in plea for peace. Read more. (Credit: Mychel Akl for the Maronite patriarchate)
Young musicians from the Franciscan’s music school in Jerusalem show audiences that crossing cultural and religious divides is possible on U.S. tour. Read more. (Credit: CNS photo/courtesy Magnificat Institute Jerusalem.)
Holy Land Franciscans and the Monastery Garden Guild work to fully revive the Monastery’s farm and garden through restoration of its greenhouse. Read more. Photo Credit: Adrian Higgins/The Washington Post