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ORDO SAECULARIS FRANCISCANUS (O F S)

ORDER OF FRANCISCANS SECULAR (O F S)

 

Who or What are Secular Franciscans?
The Secular Franciscan Order is not an organization like the Knights of Columbus, the Confraternity, or the St. Vincent De Paul Society. In fact it is not an apostolate it is a Franciscan Order approved by the Church.

The Secular Franciscans Order is a Way of Life for men and women, married or single, and secular clergy who are called to take an active part in the mission of Christ to bring "the good news of salvation" to the world.

Francis was the founder of three orders
FRANCIS, the saint known and loved the world over, "discovered" Jesus. He found Him in the Gospel, saw Him in the poor and suffering. Francis made up his mind to identify himself with his crucified Lord. Saint Francis attained this marvelous ideal by making the holy Gospel, in every detail, the rule and standard of his life.

Others wanted to live as Francis lived, men and women, married and single. Eventually, his followers were gathered into three distinct Orders of the Church. The First Order was for men (brothers and priests, called friars); the Second Order was for cloistered nuns (Poor Clares); and the Third Order was for lay men and women, married or single, and the secular clergy. Francis made the Gospel, with Christ Crucified at its center, the supreme norm of life for all his followers. He gave each of the three Orders a written rule, which were summaries of the Gospel and guidelines to its perfect observance. But there is a difference between them. The first two are religious orders. Their members take the vows of poverty, chastity, and obedience, and leave their homes to live in communities. The third is a secular order, whose members make promises of commitment and remain in their own homes. Yet they are motivated and formed by the same spirit of Saint Francis to fulfill the ideals and responsibilities of their state of life within the faith-community of the Church.

Francis formed his third order because of circumstances that he had not foreseen. As he preached penance in one place after another, devout lay persons who were bound by family responsibilities begged to be taught a more perfect way of life. He showed them how they must lead the Gospel life at home and at their work, and spread the Gospel teaching by word and example among their neighbors, in imitation of the poor and suffering Christ. These lay people were known as "Brothers and Sisters of Penance." They zealously practiced the lessons Francis had taught them concerning prayer, humility, peacemaking, self-denial, fidelity to the duties of their state, and above all charity. Like Francis himself, they cared for lepers and outcasts with the greatest compassion. They guided themselves always by the holy Gospel, which they pondered and prayed over constantly. These groups, called fraternities, included Christians from every walk of life: clergy and laity, men and women, married and single, poor and rich, old and young, illiterate and learned. So many joined these fraternities that they wrought wonders in eradicating the great moral and social evils of the day, especially greed and hatred. Pope Honorius III, in 1221, approved the Brothers and Sisters of Penance as a secular order in the Catholic Church.

ORDO FRANCISCANUS SAECULARIS (OFS)
The Secular Franciscan Order is a community of Catholic men and women, of any of the Rites in communion with Rome (Latin, Byzantine, Melkite, etc.), in the world who seek to pattern their lives after Christ in the spirit of St. Francis of Assisi. Secular Franciscans are tertiaries, or members of the Third Order of St. Francis founded by St. Francis of Assisi 800 years ago. Originally known as the Brothers and Sisters of Penance, the Order is approved and recognized by the Holy See by the official name of Ordo Franciscanus Saecularis (OFS). It is open to any Catholic not bound by religious vows to another Religious Order. It is made up of the laity (men and women) and also secular clergy (deacons, priests, bishops). Although Secular Franciscans make a public profession, they are not bound by public vows as are religious orders living in community. The Third Order Regular (TOR), which grew out of the Third Order Secular, do make religious vows and live in community. The Holy See has entrusted the pastoral care and spiritual assistance of the Secular Franciscan Order, because it belongs to the same spiritual family, to the Franciscan First Order (Friars Minor) and Franciscan Third Order Regular (TOR).

The preaching of St. Francis, as well as his own living example and that of his first disciples, exercised such a powerful attraction on the people that many married men and women wanted to join the First or the Second Order, as is witnessed to in some writings of Francis addressed to them: the two Letters to the Faithful as well as the contents of Chapter 23 of the Regula non bullata, which constitute the basis and spiritual reference for what would become, in time, The Franciscan Third Order. Francis formed his third order because of circumstances that he had not foreseen. As he preached penance in one place after another, devout lay persons who were bound by family responsibilities begged to be taught a more perfect way of life. He showed them how they must lead the Gospel life at home and at their work, and spread the Gospel teaching by word and example among their neighbors, in imitation of the poor and suffering Christ. St. Francis found a middle way: he gave them a rule animated by the Franciscan spirit. In the composition of this rule St. Francis was assisted by his friend Cardinal Ugolino, later Pope Gregory IX.

This way of life was quickly embraced by many couples and single men and women. They zealously practiced the lessons Francis had taught them concerning prayer, humility, peacemaking, self-denial, fidelity to the duties of their state, and above all charity. Like Francis himself, they cared for lepers and outcasts.

The Rule
The earliest Rule was found in the Guarnacci Library in Volterra. This primitive document is known as the Earlier Exhortation, or the Earlier Version, of "The Letter to All the Faithful" and was likely composed before 1215. An expanded version, the Later Exhortation, was completed by about 1220. Both have been established as having been composed by St. Francis. Both documents call the lay faithful to a life of penance, i.e., of turning away from sin and toward God. In the Earlier Exhortation, Francis describes the elements of the conversion process: 1) love God 2) love one's neighbor 3) turn away from our sinful tendencies 4)"receive the Body and Blood of our Lord Jesus Christ" and, as a result of the above, 5) producing worthy fruits of penance - a renewed life characterized by charity, forgiveness and compassion toward others.

Structure:
The Secular Franciscan Order is a public association in the Catholic Church. It is divided into fraternities at various levels: local, regional, national, and international. The OFS is governed by the universal law of the Church; and by its own: the Rule, the Constitutions, the Ritual, and the particular statutes. The interpretation of the Rule and of the Constitutions belongs to the Holy See. The practical interpretation of the Constitutions, with the purpose of harmonizing its application in different areas and at the various levels of the Order, belongs to the General Chapter of the OFS. The clarification of specific points which require a timely decision is the competence of the Presidency of the International Council of the OFS. The International Council of the OFS has its own proper statutes approved by the General Chapter of the OFS and confirmed by the Union of the Franciscan Ministers General. National fraternities have their own statutes approved by the Presidency of the International Council of the OFS. The regional and the local fraternities may have their own statutes approved by the council of the higher level. The fraternities at different levels are animated and guided by the minister or president, with the council, in accordance with the Rule, the Constitutions, and their own Statutes. These offices are conferred through elections. In 2002, the CIOFS reported a worldwide membership of 400,000 professed members.

The International Fraternity is constituted by the organic union of all the Catholic Secular Franciscan fraternities in the world. It is identical to the OFS. It has its own juridical personality within the Church. It is organized and it functions in conformity with the Constitutions and its own Statutes. The International Fraternity is guided and animated by the Minister or President with the International Council (CIOFS) that has its seat in Rome, Italy.

History of OFS in India
It was during the pontificate of Pope Leo XIII (1878-1903), who was an OFS member himself that the OFS was officially implanted in India. It was his desire to spread OFS everywhere. The pope wrote to the provincial minister of the capuchins of Lombardy in northern Italy, that he wished the Third Order to spread farther and farther, day by day. Let us propagate and propagate the Third Order. Let us take great pains to do so. It was in this response that the Italian capuchins, who worked as missionaries in North India during the later part of the nineteenth century, under took the task of implanting the Third Order in several of their mission territories. With the departure of the Italian capuchins, the Third Order fraternities, established by them, showed signs of decline and gradually became extinct in North India but proved to be more successful in South India.


Beginning of OFS in India:
Goa 1770; Kerala 1868; North India 1886; Karnataka 1927; Tamil Nadu 1933; Maharashtra 1964.

OFS Today:  
85 Regions; 725 established local Fraternities; about 18,000 members as on 2018.

ORDER OF FRANCISCANS SECULAR IN KARNATAKA
Secular Franciscan Order started as early as in 13-2-1927 in St. Francis Xavier Church,Bijai, Mangalore. Since then, it has spread far and wide in many of the parishes in all over Karnataka by the initiatives taken by the Capuchin Friars. At present there are 13 regions consisting of 103 fraternities, numbering about 3,000 members in the Secular Franciscan Order. Provincial and his councillors have appointed Spiritual Assistants to each region to cater to the spiritual animation of the various fraternities. Here below is a list of Spiritual Assistants, office bearers at the regional level and other details about various local fraternities.

Fr. Manohar Merwin DSouza, Capuchin
Provincial Spiritual Assistant
St. Anne’s Friary, Kodialbail Post,
Jail Road, Mangaluru – 575003
Mob: 9980104579
Ph: 0824/ 2494663/249663

1.      MANGALURU

 

Name

Contact No.

Address

Spiritual Assistant

Fr. Manohar M. D’Souza
mmdsouza1972@gmail.com

9980104579

St. Anne’s Friary,
Jail Road,   Kodialbail Post
MANGALORE – 575 003
Ph: 0824/2496733

Minister

Br. Alwyn Monteiro

9964232567

 Kulshekar

Vice-Minister

Br. Antony P Lobo

9945271252

 Kulur

Formator

Sr. Renny Rebello

7259583912

 Kulshekar

Secretary

Sr.Mary Lobo

9972972333

 Bendur

Treasurer

Br. Oneil Lobo

9844294583

 Bondel

Councillor (1)

Br. Paul DSouza

9844879027

 Neermarga

Councillor (2)

Sr. Anitha Joyce

8050156628

 Milagres

No. of Fraternities: 17 (450) Names of the Fraternities: Bijai; Bendur; Bondel; Derebail; Fermai; Kulur; Kulshekar; Milagres; Neermarga; St. Anne’s Friary; Urwa; Valencia; Kelarai; Angelore; Cascia, Rosario Cathedral; Bajal

 

2.      BAJPE

 

Name

Contact No.

Address

Spiritual Assistant

Fr. Maxim Nazareth maxnazcap@yahoo.com

 

9731565913

St. Anne’s Friary,
Jail Road,   Kodialbail Post
MANGALORE – 575 003
Ph: 0824/2496733

Minister

Br. Rocky Lobo

9449664369

 Bajpe

Vice-Minister

Sr. Shaila DSouza

 9481516975

 Pakshikere

Formator

Br. Norbert Sequeira

 9164531274

 Gurpur

Secretary

Br. William DSouza

 9008024772

 Ferar

Treasurer

Br. Eugene DSouza

 9880979800

 Bajpe

Councillor (1)

Br. Victor Nazareth

 9964340192 

 Kirem

Councillor (2)

Sr. Sunitha Tauro

 9980149591

 Kateel

No. of Fraternities: 13 (320 Names of the Fraternities:  Bajpe; Gurupur; Niddodi; Kateel; Kirem; Pakshikere; Kuppepadav; Ferar; Pezar; Bolkunje; Permude; Suratkal; Kinnigoli

 

3.      BANTWAL

 

Name

Contact No.

Address

Spiritual Assistant

Fr. Joel Lopez
Joylovepeace2002
@yahoo.com

 

7795615626

St. Fidelis Friary,
Monte Mariano
FARANGIPET – 574 143
BANTWAL - TALUK    
Ph: 08255/272237

Minister

Br. Stany Lasrado

9972165985

 Amembal

Vice-Minister

Sr. Mildred Sequeira

9741489303 

 Loretto

Formator

 

 

 

Secretary

Sr. Lilly DSouza

 9900384800

 Loretto

Treasurer

Br. Herald DSouza

 9449072132

 Modamkap

Councillor (1)

Br. Walter Pinto

 9880753430 

 Bellore

Councillor (2)

Sr. Apoline Frank

 9449895451

 Agrar

No. of Fraternities: 13 (323)  Names of the Fraternities:   Modankap; Loretto; Omzoor; Bambil; Agrar; Farangipet; Ammembal; Bellore; Siddakatte; Thodambil; Farla; Borimar;; Uliya;

 

4.      BELTHAGANDY

 

Name

Contact No.

Address

Spiritual Assistant

Fr. Anil Silvano Fernandes
silvano10july@gmail.com
@gmail.com

 

9663361059

Dayalbagh Ashram, 
Post Box No – 1,
UJIRE – 574 240
BELTHANGADY -TALUK
Ph: 08256/236850

Minister

Br. Cyprian Fernandes

9449727956

 Arwa

Vice-Minister

Sr. Stella Frank

9739413393

 Ujire

Formator

Br. Albert DSouza

9480355261

 Belthangady

Secretary

Sr. Savitha Goveas

7353614769

 Belthangady

Treasurer

Sr. Gracy DSouza

9945447325

 Nainad

Councillor (1)

Sr. Coses Lobo

9740537142

 

Councillor (2)

Br. Felix DSouza

9448202815

 

No. of Fraternities: 6(140)  Names of the Fraternities:    Ujire; Badyar; Indubettu; Arwa; Naindadu; Belthangady, Modanthyar

 

5.      MOODBIDRI

 

Name

Contact No.

Address

Spiritual Assistant

Fr. Manohar M. D’Souza
mmdsouza1972@gmail.com

9980104579

St. Anne’s Friary, Jail Road,   Kodialbail Post
MANGALORE – 575 003
Ph: 0824/2496733

Minister

Br. John Rego

9902335667

 Taccode

Vice-Minister

Sr. Metilda Cardoza

9008895114 

 Paladka

Formator

Sr. Celine D’Souza

9448616795

 Moodbidri Town

Secretary

Sr. Gracy Miranda

9902189889 

 Shirtadi

Treasurer

Br. Santhosh Rodrigues

9449268105

 Alangar

Councillor (1)

Sr. Sharmila Fernandes

9731150964

 Nellikar

Councillor (2)

Sr. Judith Mascarenhas

9901481346

 Moodbidri Town

No. of Fraternities: 7  (245) Names of the Fraternities:   Alangar; Moodbidri; Nellikar; Paladka; Shirtady; Taccode; Gantalkatte

 

6.      UDUPI

 

Name

Contact No.

Address

Spiritual Assistant

Fr. Jason Russell Pais
jasonputtur@gmail.com

7795938486

ASSISI NILAYA Capuchin Fathers, Kattingeri, Nalku Beedi, Moodbelle UDUPI – 576120 Ph:0820/3541466

Minister

Sr. Eugene Machado

9481214071

 Udyavar

Vice-Minister

Sr. Winny DSouza

9980303353

 Udupi

Formator

Sr. Nancy DSouza

9591963637

 Moodbelle

Secretary

Sr. Tressy DSouza

9448896240

 Udupi

Treasurer

Sr. Delphine DSouza

9964192328

 Katpadi

Councillor (1)

Br. Franklin Menezes

9880962580 

 Kalmady

Councillor (2)

Sr. Helen D’Souza

9980768740

 Moodbelle

No. of Fraternities: 9 (224)   Names of the Fraternities: Udupi;  Moodbwllw;  Udyavar; Kalmady; Perampally;  Katpadi; Manipal; Yermal; Kuntalnagar

 

7.      KALIANPUR

 

Name

Contact No.

Address

Spiritual Assistant

Fr. Roshan H DSouza roshandsouza011@gmail,com

9901031967

 

 

Holy Family Friary, BRAHMAVAR – 576 213
UDUPI. Ph: 0820/2561697

Minister

Br. Alphonsus DSouza

9341029198

 Brahmavaar

Vice-Minister

Sr. Matilda Joyce Sequeira

0820/2587675

 Barkur

Formator

Sr. Cicilia DSouza

8861045067 

 Neelavar

Secretary

Sr. Jacintha Lewis

9880180633

 Milagres

Treasurer

Sr. Quirine DSouza

9886502396

 Sastan

Councillor (1)

Br. Boniface Mascarenhas

9945426047 

 

Councillor (2)

Sr. Tresa Fernandes

9980953580

 Mt Rosary

No. of Fraternities: 11 (329)   Names of the Fraternities: Milagre;  Kolalgiri;  Barkur;  Mt. Rosary;  Brahmavar; Neelavar;  Pethri;  Kemmannu;  Thottam;  Sastan;  Karunalaya

 

8.      KARKAL

 

Name

Contact No.

Address

Spiritual Assistant

Fr. Prakash Lobo
prakashcapuchin72
@gmail.com

9739011521

ASSISI NILAYA Capuchin Fathers, Kattingeri, Nalku Beedi, Moodbelle UDUPI – 576120 Ph:0820/3541466

Minister

Br. Alex D’Souza

9845511249

 Ajekar

Vice-Minister

Sr. Lilly Mathias

 

 

Formator

Br. George Ranger

9880156108

 Miyar

Secretary

Sr. Lydwin D’Souza

9901730678

 Kera

Treasurer

Br. George D’Souza

9980898379

 Nakre

Councillor (1)

Br. Ivan Ageira

9945666325

 Karkal Town

Councillor (2)

Sr. Philomena Serrao

9448151732

 Karkal Town

No. of Fraternities: 9  (137) Names of the Fraternities:    Ajekar; Karkal Town; Miyar; Nakre; Khera; Hirgan; Kanajar;  Attur;  Parappady

 

9.      SHIRVA

 

Name

Contact No.

Address

Spiritual Assistant

Fr. Prakash Lobo
prakashcapuchin72
@gmail.com

9739011521

Assisi Nilaya, Kattingeri, Nalku Beedi
MOODBELLE – 576 120
UDUPI - TALUK
Ph: 0820/2541466

Minister

Sr. Irene Lasrado

9740561581

 Shirva

Vice-Minister

Br. Francis Crasta

9880078221 

 Palimar

Formator

Sr. Irene Mendonca

9945345945 

 Mudarangdi

Secretary

Sr. Severine D’Sa

9008048891

 Belman

Treasurer

Sr. Jacintha D’Souza

9880181245

 Pamboor

Councillor (1)

Br. Marcel Peter Mathias

9008585880

 Mukamar

Councillor (2)

Sr. Carmine Menezes

9731437142 

 Pernal

No. of Fraternities: 12 (233)  Names of the Fraternities: Pamboor; Pernal; Shirva; Belman; Palimar; Mudarangadi; Mukamar;  Pangala; Kalathur;  Kelmbet; Mundkur; Pilar

 

10.      KUNDAPUR

 

Name

Contact No.

Address

Spiritual Assistant

Fr. Joslie DSilva josliesilva@gmail.com

9480966337

Holy Family Friary, BRAHMAVAR – 576 213
UDUPI. Ph: 0820/2561697

Minister

Sr. Maria Mascarenhas

9448216402

 Kota

Vice-Minister

Br. Francis Oliver

9901700862 

 Padukone

Formator

Sr. Rita Crasta

8277616757 

 Gangolli

Secretary

Sr. Diana Rebello

9980855524 

 Piusnagar

Treasurer

Sr.

 

 

Councillor (1)

Sr. Theresa Nazareth

9482659163 

 Kudapur

Councillor (2)

Sr. Blessy DSilva

9481335606 

 Tallur

No. of Fraternities: 12  (326) Names of the Fraternities:   Padukone; Tallur; Piusnagar; Kundapur; Byndoor; Gangolli; Koteshwar; Basrur; Kota; trasi; Belve; Kandlur

 

11.      KARWAR

 

Name

Contact No.

Address

Spiritual Assistant

Fr. John Fernandes johnferns33@hotmail.com

948170890

St. Joseph’s Friary,
Lower Kasarkod
HONNAVAR – 581 342
Ph: 08387/230610

Minister

Br. Antony Gonsalves

98277007356

 Gundibala

Vice-Minister

Br. Mathias Dias

9482815455 

 Lower Kasarkod

Formator

Sr. Philomena Noronha

8095163088 

 Molkod

Secretary

Sr. Shalini Fernandes

9480480643

 Gundibala

Treasurer

Br. Babli D’Souza

9379858150

 Mudkone

Councillor (1)

Sr. Lydia Rodrigues

7760240958 

 Lower Kasarkod

Councillor (2)

Sr. Vasanthi Jacintha Lopez

9482328050 

 Gundibala

No. of Fraternities: 5  (195)  Names of the Fraternities:   Molkod; Lower Kasarkod; Gundiballa; Mudkoni; Hadibal

 

12.  CHIKMGALUR

 

Name

Contact No.

Address

Spiritual Assistant

Fr. Amar Antony Lobo loboamar@gmail.com

8746953570

Infant Jesus Nivas
Kadri Midri, 
Mugthihalli Post
CHIKMAGALUR – 577 133
08262/224231

Minister

Sr. Geetha Dias

9901190728

 Chikmagalur

Vice-Minister

Br. John Menezes

9845651894 

 Sakleshpur

Formator

Sr. Apoline Fernandes

9731527680 

 Vijayapura

Secretary

Sr. Gracy Florine Lobo

9739285780 

 Mudigere

Treasurer

Sr. Chirstne DSouza

9538920320 

 Chikmagalur

Councillor (1)

Sr. Leena Lobo

9449687494 

 Chikmagalur

Councillor (2)

Br Benny DSouza

9481620509

 Baskal

No. of Fraternities: 9  (94)  Names of the Fraternities:    Vijayapura; Chickmagalur; Mudigere; Gonibeedu; Sakleshpur; Matasagar; Buskal; ( Arehalli;  Kallathipura;)

 

13.  BALEHONNUR

 

Name

Contact No.

Address

Spiritual Assistant

Fr. Antony D’Souza

 

 

9449554742

Yesu Nilaya, Chennahalli, Palya Post, Alur Taluk, Hassan – 573218                          Ph: 08170/210177

Minister

Sr. Sophia DLima

9449497793

 Banakal

Vice-Minister

Sr. Jyothi Gonsalves

9480520803 

 Coove

Formator

Sr. Shanthi Gonsalves

7022343043 

 Coove

Secretary

Br. Alphonse Lobo

8277451746

 Coove

Treasurer

Br. Leo Mathias

9483222077 

 Magundi

Councillor (1)

Sr. Irene DSa

9480045412

 Jayapura

Councillor (2)

Sr. Thelma Saldhana

9449170287

 Koppa

No. of Fraternities: 5  (73) Names of the Fraternities:  Banakal;  Koppa;  Magundi;  Balehonnur;  Coove;  (Jayaura;)

 

14.  BENGALURU

 

Name

Contact No.

Address

Spiritual Assistant

Fr. Dancy Martis dansmar16@yahoo.co.in

9972700435

St. Anthony’s Church
Capuchin Friars, 12th Cross
Gangondanahalli
BANGALORE – 560 039
Ph: 080/23396547

Minister

Br. Mohan Kumar

8123362296

 Ramanagar

Vice-Minister

Br. Felix D’Mello

 

 

Formator

Br. James Saldhana

 

 Yashwabpur

Secretary

Sr. Philomena Fernandes

 

 Kengeri

Treasurer

Br. N.S. Raju

 

 Kengeri

Councillor (1)

Br. John Joseph

 

 

Councillor (2)

Sr. Kanikya Mary

 

 

No. of Fraternities: 6 (178)  Names of the Fraternities:  Kengeri;  Hosakerehalli;  Karobele;  Malleshwaram;  Ramnagara; Gangondanahalli

 

15.  MYSURU

 

Name

Contact No.

Address

Spiritual Assistant

Fr. Rocky DCunha rockcapin@yahoo.com

9845573657

Kripalaya,
Bogadi Post
MYSORE – 570 026
Ph: 0821/2598695

Minister

Br. Michael Noronha

9449048547

 Bogadi

Vice-Minister

Br. James Texeira

 

 

Formator

Sr. Prakash Mary

 

 

Secretary

Br. Mariadas

 

 

Treasurer

Sr. Vinaya D’Silva

 

 

Councillor (1)

Sr. Susheela

 

 

Councillor (2)

Sr. Mary Severine

 

 

No. of Fraternities: 5  (110)  Names of the Fraternities: Kripalaya;  Naganahalli;  Hinakal;  Kuvempunagar;  Bogadi;

ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Peace Prayer of St. Francis of Assisi

Lord, make me an instrument of your peace,
Where there is hatred, let me sow love;
where there is injury, pardon;
where there is doubt, faith;
where there is despair, hope;
where there is darkness, light;
where there is sadness, joy;
O Divine Master, grant that I may not so much seek to be consoled as to console;
to be understood as to understand;
to be loved as to love.
For it is in giving that we receive;
it is in pardoning that we are pardoned;
and it is in dying that we are born to eternal life.

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