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School of Americas Watch Vigil: Converge on Fort Benning
FSPA Justice and Peace coordinator, Liz Deligio, blogged live from the SOA Watch in Fort Benning in November. Her blog featured videos from vigil speakers as well as interviews of vigil staff. Visit FSPA for Peace and Justice for to watch.
Viterbo University Students record sisters' gratitude messages
In what is sure to be a memorable senior project for these Viterbo University students, "8 Days of Gratitude" premiered on the FSPA Facebook page in November. In the eight days leading up to Thanksgiving, the students shared a message from Sisters Georgia, Kathy, Antona, Leclare, Malinda, Mildred, Amy and Jean. Watch the videos on our Facebook page.
Perspectives magazine highlights stories of hope
The latest issue of Perspectives takes readers all over the world—to places where FSPA ministry grant funding is affecting change. From Omaha, Neb., to Guatemala, to Haiti and Claxton, Ga., the issue shares the good works happening today.
Sister publishes article in New Theology Review
Sister Katie Mitchell recently published the article “Are They Finding a Place in Our Parishes? Young Adult Catholics and the New Evangelization” in the Sept. 2013 issue of New Theology Review, a journal of the Catholic Theological Union. You can find a link to the article, under “Columns,” on the CTU website.
U.S. Catholic Sisters Work to End Human Trafficking: La Crosse’s Sister Marlene Weisenbeck involved in efforts
Sixteen Catholic sisters from across the United States, including Franciscan Sister of Perpetual Adoration Marlene Weisenbeck, gathered recently in Washington, D.C., to continue and strengthen their efforts to raise awareness of the crime of human trafficking, address the complex needs of survivors of both labor and sex trafficking, and advocate for more effective legislation to both increase available resources for victim needs and eradicate this crime.
More Human Trafficking news
FSPA now supports Stop Trafficking! This newsletter is made possible through the supportive sponsorship of national and international congregations of women religious and their partners.
Wisconsin dioceses map out state’s must see Catholic sites
This two-page spread featured in Wisconsin’s five Catholic newspapers highlights 10 Catholic sites in Wisconsin, including St. Rose Convent in La Crosse. Visit “Catholic Roadtrip across Wisconsin” to get your map!
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