An Experience: Visiting Seminarian Families in Maehongson Province

A Report from Br. Arvind Kerketta OFM

Parishes visited:
Maelanoi: St. Peter Church, Catholic villages: 56
Maetho: St. John Baptist church, Catholic villages: 15
Khunyuam: Our Lady of the Rosary Beet Church, Catholic villages: 16
Nonghaeng: Mother Mary of Nonghaeng Church, Catholic villages: 11 Read more →

Lamsai Story

Closing the year of 2012 Little Flower of St. Clare Hospice will be publish a story from Br. Antonio Egiguren one of the friars who started the Lamsai house and gave color to the Franciscan Foundation. Take your time to read it, imagining the difficulties they faced. Hope can help us in our missionary life today. He spent 10 years in Thailand. Read more →

Catholic Committe visiting St. Clare Hospice

Miss Usanee and team from Catholic Committe on HIV/AIDS visiting St. Clare Hospice on November 22, 2012. Read more →

Little Flower of St. Clare Hospice

There was a patient in St. Care’s Hospice name by Korakot Kamsiri Pimai. He was brought to St. Clare’s Hospice by his younger brother, in the year 2010…

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Franciscans in A Buddhist World

Franciscan presence in Thailand

The Franciscan presence has wanted, from the beginning, to be a presence for dialogue with Buddhism. So the Franciscan Foundation was established in Thailand as an international project of the Franciscan Order to live the charism of St. Francis, to be a “minor brother” among the people and in the middle of the creation, to be witnesses of the Gospel in the midst of the Buddhist world and to enter into dialogue with this world. Read more →

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