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Ministry to the Marginalized & Those Living in Poverty

We minister each day to individuals and families in great need. Our Sisters serve the homeless, women in transition, and others who are marginalized—people that society has seemingly forgotten—with compassion and mercy, a healing presence, spiritual sustenance, and a reminder of God’s unconditional love. In addition to our Felician-sponsored ministries, our Sisters also support regional food pantries, clothing and food drives, various social services, and more.

Pomona Blessed Angela Center

Blessed Mary Angela Spirituality Center Among the Poor Pomona, California
In Pomona, we serve the homeless in a ministry of presence on the streets and reach out to the very poor, traveling to apartment complexes and trailer parks to minister to impoverished women, immigrant families, victims of human trafficking, and children living in transitional housing.

Felician Center in Kingstree

Felician Center – Kingstree, South Carolina
The Felician Center serves those who are struggling to meet basic needs through our St. Felix Food Pantry, Learning Center, St. Clare Clothing Closet, Blessed Angela Meals, Eye,Dental, and Prescription Programs, and the Francis Marion University Health Care Program. 

Response to Love Center Buffalo, New York
At the Response to Love Center, programs such as a soup kitchen, food pantry, infant formula program, and thrift shop help meet the most basic needs of the people they serve, while additional programs, such as healthcare education, GED programs, computer classes, and training for Veterans, help encourage self-sufficiency. 

St. Felix PantryRio Rancho, New Mexico
St. Felix Pantry serves as a safety net for people struggling to support their families in times of crisis. We provide food, clothing, household items, and referral services. 

St. Felix Centre Toronto, Canada
St. Felix Centre in Toronto, Canada, provides compassionate service and wholistic support to individuals and families facing challenges such as homelessness, mental illness, addiction, malnutrition, and insufficient education.