Becoming a Capuchin
We currently have over twenty men at various levels of formation, as well as guys living in resident candidacy. These men differ in age, culture, and have unique vocation stories. Learn how others have made the leap of faith to follow a Capuchin vocation.learn more
Capuchins minister in hospitals, schools, soup kitchens and jails. They are Franciscan pastors, artists, missionaries, youth ministers and writers. From large cities like Chicago and Detroit to small towns like Appleton, WI and Lame Deer, MT, we are serving the needs of others.learn more
Thanksgiving Day (USA) In an Angelus address two years ago, Pope Francis reflected that there were three simple things that families needed to be happier. They were not eating,...
In a letter to the Capuchin Brothers throughout the world, our General Minister, Br. Mauro, wrote this reflection on Blessed Solanus: "The people began to understand that Br. Solanus...
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Called: the Postulant
Called: The Postulant features the vocation story of Bro. M.J. Groark and his return to the Church. Click above to watch the three part series.
Called: The Friar
Called: The Friar is Part Two of Brother M.J. Groark's vocation journey. Now a friar who has made his solemn vows, Br. M.J. shares insight into his life as a Religious and as a Capuchin friar. Click above to watch the 30 minute video.
Our Mission & Ministries
The Mission & Ministries of the Capuchin Franciscan Province of St. Joseph Immerse yourself in the mission and ministries of the Capuchin Franciscan Province of St. Joseph which reaches from Michigan to Montana.