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Mission

Franciscan Media seeks to spread the Gospel in the spirit of St. Francis.

 

“Fill the world with Franciscan spirit.” – Franciscan Media

St. Francis began his ministry with an emphasis on loving all God’s creatures to the best of his ability. He modeled what has come to define the Franciscan Spirit – a personal faith, a servant’s heart, and willing hands to help those in need.

At Franciscan Media, we strive to embody St. Francis’ teachings. We encourage Christians to grow in their faith and share it with others all in the spirit of St. Francis.

You are an invaluable partner with us in this work. Your support helps us to achieve the greatest possible impact in the lives of those we serve.Our website full of free spiritual resources, our daily email encouragements, our monthly print and digital magazine and high quality videos are not possible without your help. The stories we share of our friars and the stories of transformation at other non-profits in the community are not possible without your generosity. Your prayers and your support enable us to provide a complement of spiritual books in multiple formats; print, audio, electronic and digital. And your participation in our ministry helps us continue to offer a robust, uplifting social media presence.

Through this we cultivate an active, healthy spiritual environment wherever our followers need it most, whether on the go, at work, or in the home.

Like St. Francis, we seek to push the boundaries of what’s possible in bringing the Gospel to all who need it. We will do what’s necessary to spread the Word.

With your help, we are confident that more and more people will be hearing, reading, and understanding the love of Jesus Christ.

Together, united by the mission of Christ and the spirit of St. Francis, we will do the impossible in the lives of people all over the world.

 

“Start by doing what’s necessary; then do what’s possible; and suddenly you are doing the impossible.” – St. Francis of Assisi

 

A non-profit ministry of the Franciscan Friars of St. John the Baptist Province