“miserando atque eligendo,” (“by having mercy, by choosing him”)
...taken from a homily of St Bede the Venerable on the call of St. Matthew, and I took pains to explain why I believe there was a discrepancy in regard to public demonstrations against homosexual marriage in France, where hundreds of thousands turned out, and the UK, where there was nothing. It came down to church politics. Since in theory, British Catholics and Protestants were singing from the same hymn sheet for once, the former were content to allow the latter, as it were, to draw up the order of service. Protestants however were not keen on the idea of large-scale demonstrations, because these might have afforded Catholics a particular prominence that they rarely enjoy except when Popes come to visit.
 Established in the United States in 1987, the CFR friars are a mendicant congregation, following the Capuchin Franciscan tradition.