Youfra Gibraltar

Franciscan youth (Youfra) is a group in the Catholic Church, who live the gospel, following the example of St. Francis of Assisi. (Age 16 up)

Operating as usual 27/11/2020

EN Message Day of Prayer Message: OFS Day of Prayer by General Minister Tibor Kauser


Youfra - Jufra - Gifra - Jefra

"In my presence and in the presence of others, try to be always joyful, for it is not fitting that a servant of God appear before the brothers or other men with a sad and glum face." -To all Youfra members Happy Feast of Saint Francis! :)


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Ann Voskamp

...just for today -- DO. NOT. WORRY.
"Give your entire attention to what God is doing right now, and don’t get worked up about what may or may not happen tomorrow. God will help you deal with whatever hard things come up when the time comes." Matt6:34MSG
Just for today: Be a prayer warrior -- not a panicked worrier. You either leave your worries with God . . . or your worries will make you leave God.
Worry is just the facade of taking action -- when prayer really is.
Bottom line -- keep breathing deep and give your worries to God -- He'll give you His peace.
His Word gently lifts our chins:
"The Lord bless you & keep you;
the Lord make His face to shine upon you & be gracious to you;
the Lord lift up His countenance upon you & give you peace.” Nu.6
#TheBrokenWay #BeTheGIFT


Henri Nouwen Society

“Try to give your agenda to God. Keep saying, 'Your will be done, not mine.' Give every part of your heart and your time to God and let God tell you what to do, where to go, when and how to respond. God does not want you to destroy yourself. Exhaustion, burnout, and depression are not signs that you are doing God's will. God is gentle and loving. God desires to give you a deep sense of safety in God's love. Once you have allowed yourself to experience that love fully, you will be better able to discern who you are being sent to in God's name.” [THE INNER VOICE OF LOVE]

#henrinouwensociety #henrinouwen


Secular Franciscans USA 13/12/2018

World Youth Days of 2022 will take place in Portugal

So close! 🙌🏻🙌🏻🙌🏻 The World Youth Days (WYD) of 2022, presided by the Pope, will take place in Portugal, Religionline announced, adding that the region of Lisbon "will host the


Secular Franciscans USA


Padre Sam


Fraile franciscano en línea

Seamos santos 🙏🏻✔️😉😇


Fraile franciscano en línea

Los frutos y obras de tu fe 🙏🏻✔️😀


Secular Franciscans USA


OFS España


Be Like Francis


Happy feast day to all Franciscans!




EN: Today in Vatican begins a month long Synod on Young People, the Faith, and Vocational Discernment. Let us pray for this event and the fruit that it will bring, especially for the youth!

ES: Hoy en el Vaticano comienza un mes de Sínodo de los Obispos sobre los jóvenes, la fe y el discernimiento vocacional. ¡Oremos por este evento y el fruto que traerá, especialmente para los jóvenes!

FR : Au Vatican, commence aujourd'hui le Synode des Evêques sur les jeunes, la foi et le discernement vocationnel. Prions pour cet événement et le fruit qu'il apportera, en particulier pour les jeunes !

IT: Oggi in Vaticano inizia il Sinodo dei vescovi sui Giovani, la fede e il discernimento vocazionale. Preghiamo per questo evento e il frutto che porterà, specialmente per i giovani!


Be Like Francis

Today begins the novena for the Feast of Saint Francis! 🙏


Capuchin Franciscans

Ever seen a comic depicting a saint? Marvel Comics made several.


Fraile franciscano en línea



Il fratello di oggi

Buen día 🙏🏻 #Felizlunes


Fraile franciscano en línea



Roaming Catholics


Become a Spiritual Child of St. Padre Pio

Go to the Madonna. Love her! Always say the Rosary. Say it well. Say it as often as you can! Be souls of prayer. Never tire of praying, it is what is essential. Prayer shakes the Heart of God, it obtains necessary graces! St. Padre Pio


#CareOfCreation #LoveCreation #Youfra #OFS #Gibraltar #DoingOurPart #JoinUs


Tomorrow we will be cooking at Nazareth House, if you would like to join us. Please message us 👩‍🍳 👨‍🍳


Youcat PH

Our SAINT OF THE WEEK is St. Anthony of Padua. The gospel call to leave everything and follow Christ was the rule of Anthony’s life. Over and over again, God called him to something new in his plan. Every time Anthony responded with renewed zeal and self-sacrificing to serve his Lord Jesus more completely.

His journey as the servant of God began as a very young man when he decided to join the Augustinians in Lisbon, giving up a future of wealth and power to be a servant of God. Later when the bodies of the first Franciscan martyrs went through the Portuguese city where he was stationed, he was again filled with an intense longing to be one of those closest to Jesus himself: those who die for the Good News.

So Anthony entered the Franciscan Order and set out to preach to the Moors. But an illness prevented him from achieving that goal. He went to Italy and was stationed in a small hermitage where he spent most of his time praying, reading the Scriptures and doing menial tasks.

The call of God came again at an ordination where no one was prepared to speak. The humble and obedient Anthony hesitantly accepted the task. The years of searching for Jesus in prayer, of reading sacred Scripture and of serving him in poverty, chastity, and obedience had prepared Anthony to allow the Spirit to use his talents. Anthony’s sermon was astounding to those who expected an unprepared speech and knew not the Spirit’s power to give people words.

Recognized as a great man of prayer and a great Scripture and theology scholar, Anthony became the first friar to teach theology to the other friars. Soon he was called from that post to preach to the Albigensians in France, using his profound knowledge of Scripture and theology to convert and reassure those who had been misled by their denial of Christ’s divinity and of the sacraments..

After he led the friars in northern Italy for three years, he made his headquarters in the city of Padua. He resumed his preaching and began writing sermon notes to help other preachers. In the spring of 1231 Anthony withdrew to a friary at Camposampiero where he had a sort of treehouse built as a hermitage. There he prayed and prepared for death.

On June 13, he became very ill and asked to be taken back to Padua, where he died after receiving the last sacraments. Anthony was canonized less than a year later and named a Doctor of the Church in 1946.


Anthony should be the patron of those who find their lives completely uprooted and set in a new and unexpected direction. Like all saints, he is a perfect example of turning one’s life completely over to Christ. God did with Anthony as God pleased—and what God pleased was a life of spiritual power and brilliance that still attracts admiration today. He whom popular devotion has nominated as finder of lost objects found himself by losing himself totally to the providence of God.

#YoucatPH #Saint


Plastic Pollution Coalition

Let’s be do our part to take care of the environment #lovecreation 🌍 #reduceplastic

Containing 1.8 trillion pieces of plastic. #RefuseSingleUse


Let us do our part! Happy World Environment Day 🌍🙏🏼 05/06/2018

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The Spiritual Life Following Christ, the spiritual life, is not simply about those first exciting days. 02/06/2018

Journey's End To be a pilgrim means to let go of the need to be attached to one place only. 02/06/2018

Can We Earn God's Love? A common misconception is that we have to do something virtuous or heroic to curry God's favor.


Roaming Catholics

A single sunbeam is enough to drive away many shadows.
St. Francis of Assisi 14/05/2018

Mary, Mother of Jesus For Catholics, Mary is rightly put on a pedestal. But oftentimes we forget that, at her core, she was a mother who loved her son. 08/05/2018

Saint Francis of Assisi: Peacemaker How can we model Saint Francis of Assisi's love for peace? Murray Bodo, OFM, gives us an answer in this week’s video.

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