Fr. Dave Pivonka, TOR,
is a nationally known author and speaker. He also leads pilgrimages to some of the holiest sites in the world. He spends much of his time helping others come to know God’s love for them through preaching, writing, CDs, and other spiritual outreaches.
Biography and Programs
Fr. Bernard Tickerhoof, TOR
Queen of Peace Friary5324 Carnegie StreetPittsburgh, PA 15201Phone: email@example.com
FRANCISCAN PATHWAYS is a ministry of the Franciscan Friars
of the Province of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus, Third Order Regular. It is
a ministry of spirituality and reconciliation, reflecting a continuity with
our Franciscan charism of poverty, minority, contemplation, and ongoing
conversion, It seeks to offer service to the People of God, and to our world.
FRANCISCAN PATHWAYS seeks...
FRANCISCAN PATHWAYS has its roots in generations of friars
of our Province who have ministered to the spiritual needs of the Church. Their
individual gifts and talents, their prayer and discernment, their joy and
openness have enriched countless parishes, retreat centers, and religious
organizations. The friars of this generation wish to continue this tradition.
We recognize the diverse needs of our Church and our world.
We see the hunger for God, the need for evangelization, the brokenness that
longs for reconciliation. Following the path of Francis of Assisi and his many
followers, we wish to be instruments of peace and witnesses to God's abundant
goodness in creation.
PROVINCE OF THE MOST SACRED HEART OF JESUS
As friars of the Third Order Regular of Saint Francis and members of the Province of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus we vow ourselves to the challenge of living poverty, chastity and obedience in the presence of the Church. In this way, we further the work of Francis of Assisi who unreservedly followed the crucified and risen Christ and the Gospel of preaching repentance and conversion for the salvation of all.
To all we serve we commit ourselves to bring the grace and peace of God: the Father, and the Son, and the Holy Spirit.
Feast of the PortiunculaAugust 2, 1990