Catholic Sisters Against Human Trafficking Meet in Washington

A new initiative launched with assistance from two FADICA members, Catholic Sisters Against Human Trafficking, is comprised of women religious from across the country who are leading ministries for trafficking victims, and anti-trafficking efforts. 

The group held its second meeting in September in Washington DC where they coordinated plans to educate people in parishes about human trafficking through the lens of Catholic social analysis, and to engage other religious congregations to provide scholarships and employment assistance to survivors.