A Friar’s Desert Experience

I found the desert canyons to be a lot like the spiritual life: a place of unknowns, uncertainty, and possibly even some danger. But lived in, with the help of a community, dedicating some time to enter the canyon, asking for God’s help, the canyon taught me a lot. And I think the same is true for the spiritual life.”

Two part reflection by Fr. Nick Rokitka, OFM Conv. presented via Franciscan Voice.org. The hyperlink for each part can be found by clicking the title or the image.


Part I: The Spiritual Life And The Desert Canyons Of Utah

Part II: The Desert Canyons Of Utah

Our Lady of the Angels Province friar, Fr. Nick Rokitka, OFM Conv. professed his Simple Vows of poverty, chastity & obedience, as a Franciscan Friar Conventual, on July 16, 2010, and his Solemn Vows on August 06, 2014. He was Ordained to the Priesthood on June 25, 2016. Since his ordination, Friar Nick has served as a high school instructor, in formation, and in administration for the province. He now serves as Parochial Vicar for our Point Pleasant Beach, NJ pastoral ministry ~ St. Peter’s Roman Catholic Church.

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