After a three-year hiatus from Polish Fest, we'll be back to our beautiful route on the lakefront. There’s still time to register to walk, form a team, join a team, or to support the Capuchin Walk for the Hungry, which benefits House of Peace and Saint Ben’s Community Meal, with a donation.
Our Capuchin brothers in Ukraine have decided to stay put to provide humanitarian and spiritual support to the people trapped in the warzone. Meanwhile our brothers in across the border in Poland are assisting refugees fleeing Ukraine, now numbering in the millions. You can help by making a donation. 100% of donations will go directly to the friars in Ukraine and Poland so that they may continue their life-saving work.
The Capuchin friars of the Province of St. Joseph give thanks ahead of time for your prayerful stewardship as we renew our commitment to our ministries, rooted in the Gospel of Jesus as modeled by St. Francis of Assisi.
Read about the Province of St. Joseph's commitment to an integral ecology grounded in our charism, mission, vision and values.
Franciscan Media published a study guide for each chapter of Pope Francis' encyclical, including a chapter written by Br. Bill Hugo, OFM Cap., a member of the Capuchin Franciscan Province of St. Joseph.
The Capuchin charism is focused on transforming the world through reverence. Read more about our mission, vision and values.
Are you or someone you know called to transform the world through reverence as a Capuchin Franciscan friar? Learn more about becoming a Capuchin.
Learn about all of the Capuchin ministries throughout Michigan, Wisconsin, Illinois, and Montana.
The Justice, Peace and Integrity of Creation Office engages the Province of St. Joseph on peace and justice issues that affect communities where we serve.