After a restful excursion in Assisi,  the capitulants went back to the matters for consideration raised in the first few days, i.e., on the Constitutions and other documents. The visit to Assisi was a short rest after the election of the Superior General, the capitulants visited the birthplace of St. Francis, and where St. Clare and Blessed Carlo Acutis are also buried.

The day began with the Communal Wisdom Prayer (1 Corinthians 12:12-31a). After it,  John Mulrooney reminded the assembly of the Feast of Sts. Michael, Gabriel, Raphael, Archangels and informed the capitulants that the Superior General’s consultation for General Assistants would take place over the next five days.

All the sessions, both morning and afternoon, were devoted to the final votes on the topics discussed in the previous days,  i.e., Safeguarding, Formation,  and Finance.

Once again, the day’s work ended with the Eucharist. It was presided by Ronnie Diniz, provincial of Rio de Janeiro, together with Mesías Neyra, provincial of Andean Union.