Vanessa will participate in a nine-month mission with the NET Ministries group that she remembered visiting her parish 10 years ago.
The Catholic Franciscan faith creates the foundation of all things Saint Francis University, including the University's approach to collegiate athletics. Our Student-Athlete Development Chaplain Program provides personal and spiritual support to student-athletes, coaches, and staff.
Hundreds of SFU students, faculty, and staff members volunteered in the local community to celebrate the annual R.E.D. (Reaching Every Door) Day.
Nine members of the Saint Francis University community attended and presented at the AFCU Biennial Symposium.
Exploration of the Saint and The Pope presented by Dr. William Cook, Professor Emeritus of Medieval History, SUNY Geneseo. The event is part of the The Rev. Gabriel J. Zeis, T.O.R. Endowment in Franciscan Studies and Roman Catholic Theology.
Brother Shamus McGrenra T.O.R., a stage 4 colon cancer survivor, will tackle his toughest route in the history of the annual #GoBroShamus Charity Bike Ride.
More about the #GoBroShamus Charity Ride
70-Year-Old Stage 4 Cancer Survivor to Cycle 10 States for Charity
Timothy Cardinal Dolan, Archbishop of New York, visited Saint Francis University on March 30, 2017.
View photos and video
The Saint Francis community held our 4th annual March for Life on Friday, January 27. See photos and news coverage.
4th annual March on Mountain held
View the video from the lecture: A Franciscan Response to Racism & Fear if the "Other" in Today's World by Dr. Dan Horan, OFM.
View the video here
And the 2016 St. Francis of Assisi Spiritus Paenitentiae (Spirit of Penance) Award goes to ... Project HOME.
Read about Project Home
Matthew Fraley (Digital Media/Marketing major) has been selected to take part in the Knights Pilgrimage to Krakow and World Youth Day 2016. Congratulations!
Learn more about the trip.
In an age of complexity, simplicity of the message of St. Francis of Assisi has more appeal than ever before: Humility. Generosity. Reverence. Service. Respect. Prayer. Joy. Love. These guiding principles of the Franciscans aren't just ideals to be admired, but values to be lived.
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