Looking for Your Feedback

We here at Franciscan Media are truly grateful for you, our readers, listeners, and viewers. Simply put, you are the reason we do what we do! For that reason I want to take a moment to express our gratitude and pledge that we will on a daily basis continue our efforts to deliver inspiration...

Pope Francis & St. Francis

If you’re a longtime subscriber to St. Anthony Messenger, you’ll know that, every once in a while, we introduce a new, regular column into this magazine. Sure, we’ve got our permanent, very popular columns (departments), such as “Followers of St. Francis,” “Ask a Franciscan,” “Reel Time,”...

Holy Turf War

Of all the televangelists whose names are familiar to the younger generations, none had a more impressive broadcasting career than Bishop Fulton J. Sheen. He hosted a radio program (one that had an audience of four million listeners) for 20 years, and two prime-time TV shows for about 13. He wrote 73 books...

Emmaus: Recognizing Jesus

Although the story of Jesus walking to Emmaus on Easter Sunday with two disciples is found only in the Gospel of Luke (24:13-32), in a sense, it is every disciple’s story. Two disciples who thought they understood the Scriptures had their hearts opened more widely to Jesus as he spoke with them along the...

A Miraculous Medal Story

The Miraculous Medal: Stories, Prayers, and Devotions by Donna-Marie Cooper O’Boyle is one of our favorite titles here at Servant. It’s also a book that finds its way into the hands of a wide variety of readers. Here’s just one example, shared with me by Donna-Marie: The past three years...

Dicipleship Isn’t Easy

Pope Francis teaches that our faith is not just about our heart and our head, it’s about our hands and our feet as well. It’s about what we do with our faith that counts—how we put that faith into action in our world. Discipleship isn’t easy. It wasn’t easy for the first disciples either. Take a...

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