“Vocation Update” This vocation update features the Tauing ceremony of Jordan Rojas and Logan Christopher at St. Francis of Assisi Friary in Denver, Colorado. Receiving the Tau Cross symbolizes the official beginning of the first year of discernment (postulancy) with the Capuchins.
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Individual Capuchin provinces have slightly different admissions policies, but anyone who would become a Capuchin friar must….
Beyond these things, however, he must somehow experience a call from the Lord, have a deep desire for God and of growing in friendship with Jesus Christ. He must want to live the Gospel in the spirit of St. Francis, be able to live the vows of poverty, obedience, and chastity and be able to live in community.
Initial formation varies somewhat among provinces, but all entail three unique stages
in becoming a Capuchin Franciscan. For more information, follow the links at left.
The vocation director of the Mid-
For more information on the various stages of Capuchin formation, see the links below:
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