With our whole being may we give witness to the
goodness that is all around us.
Together you gave $62,773!
Together, on Tuesday, Nov. 29 GivingTuesday 134 donors gave $62,773 directly to FSPA ministries!

Together you gave ...
  • food security for homebound seniors.
  • resources for those overcoming educational, financial and societal adversity.
  • aid to families caring for their disabled children at home.
  • affordable meals for those in need.
  • immeasurable support for our neighbors in these communities and many others around the world.
Together, in the spirit of giving and ministering together, sisters at St. Rose Convent (including Sisters Jeanne Storms, Catherine Kaiser, Juanita Hytry and Marcella Anibas) shared these beautiful GivingTuesday cookies created by FSPA partners in mission.
Together you shared inspiration for investing in FSPA ministries.
And together we thank you for your overwhelming generosity.
FSPA Welcomes Sister Philomena
"... an inner desire and awareness of some movement towards fulfilling a mission based on the Gospel values of social justice, care for creation and simplicity of lifestyle," shares Sister Philomena Adah about her inspiration to discern transfer to the FSPA community. We came together to welcome Sister Philomena on Sunday, Nov. 27 — a celebration of new relationships and boundless encuentro moments to come.
Sisters Eileen Shaw, Philomena Adah and Marcia Baumert
Preparing our Hearts for Truth and Healing
This advent season, FSPA invites you to join us in our ministry of Truth and Healing — listening, learning, praying, educating, committing and striving to enhance dignity and wholeness to Indigenous communities who have suffered for generations, including those impacted by our administration of St. Mary's Boarding School in Odanah, Wisconsin, from 1883 to 1969.

We will pray weekly, each Sunday throughout the Advent season, with reflections of truth and healing, written by Franciscan Sisters of Perpetual Adoration, including Sister Roselyn Heil. Visit fspa.org each week throughout Advent to pray with us.
Messy Jesus Business Blog
"During Advent, whether or not I make it to mass, I'll join with my little family and with the human masses of the past and present as we mourn and celebrate, as we give voice to our longing and sing, "O Come, O Come, Emmanuel," shares Messy Jesus Business guest blogger Amy Nee Walker. Read more of her reflection on Christian family life in "Advent in a Time of Unbelief" at messyjesusbusiness.com, and subscribe to the Messy Jesus Business Blog here.
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