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Wisconsin Historical Society celebrates with Ojibwe storytellers (virtual)

The FSPA Truth and Healing Team is helping to spread the word about the upcoming Indigenous Storytelling Series, Tuesday evenings starting Jan. 25... read more »

Moving Toward Racial Equity (4-part virtual series)

The pressing need to dismantle racism in society and within religious communities continues. The Sisters of St. Francis of Dubuque invite all to join... read more »

Continue to work for the Freedom to Vote

Updated Despite efforts, the Act failed to pass the upper chambers. We must continue to act to protect voting access and work toward finally passing... read more »

Affiliation 40th Anniversary Tribute

To honor 40 years of the FSPA Affiliation program in 2021, affiliates and sisters┬ácelebrated┬áthe interconnectedness of all things and the way of... read more »

Exploring Intersections: Equitable Access to Healthcare

The crippling effects of a successful and sustainable national healthcare system in the United States has long been a swinging pendulum of high... read more »

Meet Sister Laurie

Sister Laurie Sullivan , born in Lake Linden, a small village located in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, professed her final vows as a Franciscan... read more »

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Laity as Co-Creators of the Franciscan Tradition

Darleen Pryds is an affiliate with FSPA and will explore the role of laity in the creation and development of the Franciscan tradition.

YWCA La Crosse Racial Justice Workshop (3-part)

Join the YWCA for an in depth, interpersonal, and interactive learning experience to explore racial identity, the history and systemic nature of racism, and the dynamics of power & privilege.

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