2021 Year in Review

Read about the impact of Felician Sisters and their ministiries in 2021.

In this issue:

– Felician Sisters oppose mining in Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge.

-Sisters are committed to environmental justice and protecting the biodiversity of the wetland.

– The Mother Angela Kitchen feeds nearly 100 children one meal per day in Haiti.

-The Felician Sisters advocate for Asian-Americans facing hate crimes and seek inclusion and dialogue.

-Despite challenges, progress is made on building a bakery in Haiti to create jobs and provide bread for the community.

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Serving where needed since 1874

Founded in Poland in 1855, the Felician Sisters are a congregation of women religious inspired by the spiritual ideals of their foundress, Blessed Mary Angela Truszkowska, and Saints Francis of Assisi, Clare of Assisi and Felix of Cantalice. Arriving in North America in 1874 following Blessed Mary Angela’s directive “to serve where needed,” they helped to weave the social service system. Today, the Felician Sisters founded, sponsor or support through the presence of our sisters, more than 40 ministries – all continuing to evolve to meet the needs of the people they serve.

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