With our whole being may we give witness to the
goodness that is all around us.
Gospel Living
Unity in Diversity
FSPA is Seeding a Legacy of Healing
Sowing a global heritage of unveiled white privilege, care of creation, response to our suffering communities and Earth, the joy of Gospel living and fraternal economy: this is a new mission for FSPA that is Seeding a Legacy of Healing.

This movement, fueled by funds received from FSPA's transference of partnership with Mayo Clinic, is making good things happen. Sisters are investing in relationships to:
  • Empower black youth in Mississippi.
  • Germinate food security, sustenance and care for creation in Wisconsin.
  • Break the generational cycle of poverty and provide opportunity for young mothers in North Carolina.
  • Support community health and wellness and the development of mental health careers in Minnesota.
  • Fund technology for enhanced virtual programming at a spirituality center in Wisconsin.

To read stories of collaboration and inspiration brought to life by these investments and learn more about Seeding a Legacy of Healing, visit fspa.org.

And stay tuned: there are new relationships and Seeding a Legacy stories to come.
Eco in Action Lunch & Learn series
Join us every second Tuesday of 2021 for this virtual series sponsored by the FSPA ecospirituality committee opportunities to explore our commitment to ecological education with new topics of advocacy that include "Resilient Farming Systems in the Face of Climate Change" and "The Glory of Birds."

Go to fspa.org/EcoAction to watch past presentations and register for future Lunch & Learn sessions.
Sister Katie Mitchell shares a snapshot of her Ugandan encuentro experience in Kijjomanyi, a small village in Eastern Uganda.
In The News
FSPA's Encuentro@theBorder recently sent a team to southern Arizona where, in response to an emergency call by Catholic Charities, they served migrant children and families. News8000 reported their ministry in "Mission of Mercy."
“Our foundresses understood the power education has to change lives, and we continue to minister both inside and outside traditional classrooms,” says Sister Eileen McKenzie in the WXOW report "Franciscan Sisters donate $100K to Viterbo University/B&G Club scholarship program."
On The Podcast
Visit Messy Jesus Business to listen to Sister Julia Walsh's latest podcast, "Bridget Alexander: Solutions Steeped in Community."
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