Where the “One”
Is called Brother or Sister
Fallow the Rules of The Heart.
Accepts his/her own fragility
Is not afraid of looking into himself/herself for what he/she is
Understand the need to strive for Logos
Only who learns to know himself/herself can have a positive encounter with others, with nature and with God.
Lives his humanity tagether with others
Understand that without confrontation witha "you", one cannot be an authentic person
Accepting others, he/she uncovers the possibility of building a community of children of God.
In his relationship with God has the fundamental and privileged relationship, which gives meaning to his/her life.
God for him/her is not far away and inaccessible, but he is the God-with-us.
Fell God as a man his/her travel companion.
We are all brothers and sister in God and with this understand we strive to help all God Creations spiritually, psychologically and materially, many times trying not to be afraid to walk the extra mile.
As Saint George and Saint Francis protected and helped the helpless and humble in their time, the OSGC is committed to:
• Try to leave in the people the joy that springs from the encounter with a person consecrated to God.
• Who in his penance and humility knew how to be with all, especially the simple, sharing with them the burden of manual labor.
The professed and lay religious expresses their services toward the confreres, and at the same time contributes to a good community spirit. In direct contact with the people around us, we strive to embody the sweetness, affability, and mercy, which characterized the human relationship of Saint. Francis.
Good for one Lunch for
a hungry person.
Compost of: 1 sandwich,
1 cartoon of 8oz milk
and 1 fruit.
“Good for one hug,
redeemable from any
To Become a
Interfaith Franciscan Order