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FSPA takes action for food insecurity In the spirit of Catholic Sisters Week, March 8 - 14, 2021, the Franciscan Sisters of Perpetual Adoration join... read more »
Join FSPA for the third Lunch & Learn in the Eco in Action series, "Ecology of Creativity and Community for the Backyard and the Future of the... read more »
“Most of all, know that God created you, God loves you and God is on your side.” -Tyler Clementi statement As reported by Global Catholic Sisters... read more »
“Part of the reason he was becoming an affiliate was to figure out the most caring way to spend the time he had left,” begins Affiliate Vince Hatt in... read more »
“We are so excited to have much-needed health care for our immigrant brothers and sisters out in some rural communities that could really benefit... read more »
“People really do lean into it and find it a comfort to come together in prayer” shares Beth Allen , FSPA affiliate and director of affiliation.... read more »
The International Women’s Day Committee invites members of the La Crosse community and beyond to a virtual celebration of International Women’s Day on Monday, March 8 from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Grab your lunch and experience "Ecology of Creativity and Community for the Backyard and the Future of the Planet," presented by Jack Phillips on March 9 at noon CST
Equal access to resources and opportunities regardless of gender is a fundamental human right and essential to achieving our full potential. This month our panelists will explore how gender equity is...
Eleven women in the Gospels were among the first Christian witnesses. Select one that especially engages you.
Blending, rubbing one color into another so lines are softened is the most used technique in pastel painting.