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Dominic Monti, OFM

Dominic Monti, OFM

Professor of Franciscan Research in the Franciscan Institute of St. Bonaventure University

Dominic V. Monti, OFM, is a Franciscan Friar of Holy Name Province (USA) and currently professor of Franciscan Research in the Franciscan Institute of St. Bonaventure University. He devoted the greater part of his ministry to teaching the History of Christianity, in particular the history of the Franciscan movement. He has contributed two volumes to the Works of St. Bonaventure series and is author of Francis & His Brothers, a popular history of the Friars Minor. 

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Francis: Brother of All, The Fraternity in the Proposal of the Saint of Assisi
Francis: Brother of All, The Fraternity in the Proposal of the Saint of Assisi

Francis: Brother of All: The Fraternity in the Proposal of the Saint of Assisi explores the distinct features of the Franciscan conception of universal brother/sisterhood.

Dominic Monti, OFM
Dominic Monti, OFM
February 23, 2024
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Remembering Fr. Michael Blastic, OFM - Homily for 800th Anniversary of Christmas in Greccio
Plenary Indulgence granted to those who visit a Nativity Scene in a Franciscan church
St. Elzéar of Sabran and his wife, Blessed Delphine of Glandèves, committed Secular Franciscans
Francis of Assisi: His Life, Vision and Companions - Celebrating the Stigmata
The Diary of St. Veronica Giuliani
Blessed Giles of Assisi: Mystic and Rebel
Going Home Like a Shooting Star: Thea Bowman’s Journey to Sainthood
Saint Anthony of Padua: Drawn to a Life with God
Saint Anthony of Padua: Drawn to a Life with God

Anthony reminds us: “The person who is filled with the Holy Spirit speaks in different languages. These languages are different ways of witnessing to Christ, such as humility, poverty, patience, and obedience; we speak in these languages when we reveal in ourselves these virtues to others. Actions speak louder than words; let your words teach and your actions speak. . . . It is useless for people to flaunt their knowledge of God’s law if they undermine its teaching by their actions.”

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