FAN Friends at Church World Service put together these tips for talking with people about their concerns over the election results. A printable page is attached.
FAN Friends at Church World Service put together this list of Top 5 Things to Know for Immigrants and Refugees as we recover from the shock of the 2016 Election. A printable page is available.
FAQ's received by our friends at Church World Service are answered with concrete information for our immigrant brothers and sisters. A printable page is included.
After the divisive election season this year, FAN invites you to take a pledge to move forward with civility.
The Franciscan Action Network is proud to count ourselves among the many faith leaders and organizations working in solidarity with the Native people of the Standing Rock and other tribes peacefully protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline from going through their sacred lands.
The award is presented annually to a social justice advocate who, while not a professed Franciscan, embodies the spirit of St. Francis and St. Clare of Assisi.
Click here for both a mid-year legislative analysis on gun violence prevention trends as well as information on the December Sabbath 2016 weekend.
FAN is proud to have signed on to this letter from a diverse coalition of faith groups "united across theological lines by a common moral call to affirm and support the dignity of all people and to care for all pof God's creation."
The coaltion together applaud last week's multi-agency decision to halt construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline and urges deep consideration of the concerns expressed by all those involved, including adequate tribal consultation.