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Chapman: “How Forgiving Can Change the World”

Some scholarly articles teach. Others infuriate. A few spark interest. A few more spark a good nap. But change the world? Those articles are rare indeed.

In the summer of 2016, however, Dr. Milo Milburn, a professor of psychology at Franciscan University, learned that his article, “To Forgive Is to Be Sane and Realistic: Contributions of REBT to the Psychology of Forgiving,” was selected by Springer Publishing as one of the “ground-breaking articles that has the potential to change the world.”

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The Franciscan Crown Rosary for Lent

Catholics are familiar with the five-decade Rosary given to us by the Dominicans, but did you know the Franciscans also pray a seven-decade Rosary known as the Franciscan Crown? The Franciscan Crown Rosary dates back the 15th century when the Blessed Virgin Mary appeared in Assisi to a Franciscan friar named James. As a child,…