The Franciscans of the Immaculate
What happens when you blend the charisms of Saint Francis, Saint Clare, Saint Maximilian Kolbe, and Saint Pio along with a devotion and love for the traditional Latin Mass? You get the Franciscan Friars of the Immaculate Conception.
Given the 800 year history of Franciscan tradition, the Franciscans of the Immaculate are relative new, but they embrace the ancient charism of Saint Francis with a willingness to use modern media to reach souls for the Hearts of Jesus and Mary.
The Franciscans of the Immaculate were founded by the two Franciscan friars, Fr. Stefano Maria Manelli and Fr. Gabriel Maria Pellettieri. The Institute was erected as a pontifical institute of religious life by His Holiness John Paul II in January 1, 1998, Solemnity of the Mother of God.
Their charism is explicitly Marian and they take a fourth vow of total and unlimited Marian consecration in spirit of the Saint Francis' total consecration to the Immaculate Virgin Mary. Next to Saint Francis, the FIs look to Saint Maximilian Maria Kolbe as the model for their apostolic witness in the world. The FIs, like Saint Maximilian, have a world wide printing apostolate and something that Saint Maximilian would not have known - an apostolate through the Internet, podcasts, and YouTube.
Please visit their site AirMaria to get a feel for their apostolic endeavors.
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Here's a video the FIs produced entitled "Sandals and Fiddlebacks":