Franciscan Sisters of Perpetual Adoration (FSPA)

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The Faces of Human Trafficking

The Franciscans Sisters of Perpetual Adoration-founded Task Force to End Modern Slavery partnered with Breaking Free, one of the nation’s leading organizations for working with victims and survivors of sex trafficking, to create “The Faces of Human Trafficking” video series. The series will be launched throughout January 2018, Human Trafficking Awareness Month. 

“Our goal was to create an online resource to educate human trafficking support workers, the general public and give voice to the survivors,” said Sister Corrina Thomas, who serves in the field of human trafficking. “With the help of Breaking Free, we’re introducing the world to the stories of survivors, pimps (sellers) and Johns (buyers).”

Meet Anne

Meet Laurie

Meet Jenny


Meet Anne (Jan. 12, 2018 release followed by Twitter Chat 12:30 - 12:45 p.m. CST)

Also coming in January, meet Jessica, Maya and Ms. R. 

Join FSPA for a human trafficking awareness prayer service on Tuesday, Feb. 6, 4 p.m., Mary of the Angels Chapel, 901 Franciscan Way, La Crosse, Wisconsin. 

Toolkits & Webinars
United States Conference of Catholic Bishops Day of Prayer toolkit

Anti-Human Trafficking Parish toolkit created by Wisconsin Catholic Sisters

Catholic Health Association webinars and networking calls

Human Trafficking home page
Human Trafficking resources

Prayer Request