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Announcing The Damiano: The Brand New Newsletter of the Franciscan Federation

The National Office is excited to announce the brand new newsletter of the Franciscan Federation. The Damiano will be published 6 times a year: January, March, May, Summer, September, November and can be accessed from the Newsletter tab on the website menu, where you can also sign up to receive… Continue Reading Announcing The Damiano: The Brand New Newsletter of the Franciscan Federation

The Franciscan Central Archive – Quarterly Newsletter

The FCA is pleased to share with you the following stories and information in their quarterly newsletter: FCA at the RCRI Conference, Community Spotlight (Treasured crown jewels of Sisters of St. Francis of Assisi, WI), Strategic Planning, From the Archives (Passing of a local legend, Sr. Lauren of the Sisters… Continue Reading The Franciscan Central Archive – Quarterly Newsletter

Funding Opportunity for Ministries of Franciscan Women Religious

The Sisters of St. Francis – Sacred Heart Charitable Fund is now taking applications for its March 1, 2024 deadline. Eligibility To be eligible, the grant-seeking organization must meet the following criteria: For more information Visit www.SSF-SHCF.org for more information and to see if your ministry meets the eligibility requirements. Spread the word to… Continue Reading Funding Opportunity for Ministries of Franciscan Women Religious

An Invitation from the Committee of Franciscan Family for the Franciscan Centenary

The Committee of Franciscan Family for the Franciscan Centenary wishes to invite all of you to participate and promote participation, in person or online (on the centenary website www.centenarifrancescani.org), in the celebration of the anniversary of promulgation of the Later Rule. This celebration will be held in Rome, at the… Continue Reading An Invitation from the Committee of Franciscan Family for the Franciscan Centenary

Program Invitation: The Grace of Greccio: 800 Years of Tradition

Central to Franciscan spirituality is the Incarnation—the union of divinity and humanity in the person of Jesus. In his lifetime, Francis of Assisi wanted nothing more than to emulate the life of Christ and celebrate his momentous birth. So, in 1223, he and the townspeople of Greccio, a commune in central Italy, got to… Continue Reading Program Invitation: The Grace of Greccio: 800 Years of Tradition