"We are strong and resilient, holding the tension in the increasing complexity and chaos of our world."
Continuing the early history of the St. Francis Province, a large part of our work today occurs through prayer and living in solidarity, with our earth home and with immigrants, impoverished communities, and others who are marginalized. These efforts have a broad and diverse expression. You can learn more here:
Because of our diverse ministries, prayer is richer and the desire to strengthen relationships is foundational. You are welcome to join us.
It's Time for a Franciscan Renaissance!
As part of our Franciscan Renaissance, we are sharing books to provoke deeper thinking and action. Here's our first Book Review with more to come... If you'd like to share a book review, please do!
Sisters and associates are involved in peace and solidarity projects, health care, spiritual direction and retreat work, education, literacy, elder care, job development, recovery programs, clinics, healing ministries that come out of alternative medicine, peace education and activities, solidarity with immigrants and people and families who lack stable, safe, and adequate housing, hospice work, wood carving, art, film, and body work, and many other spheres where we serve in the spirit of St. Francis, St. Clare, and Mother Magdalen.
Our first Book Review with more to come... If you'd like to share a book review, please do!