Dubuque Franciscan Associate Jo Myers-Walker has created and is selling notecards featuring her Canticle of Creation Center sculpture. Proceeds from the sale of the cards supports Lila Mae’s House–which is an initiative of Sister Shirley Fineran, OSF in Sioux City, Iowa, to provide a place of shelter to women who have been sex trafficked.
The cards are sold as a set of eight with envelopes (one of each design) and are bundled in a watercolor-paper pouch hand painted depiction of St. Francis in the woods. The cost is $25 plus shipping.
“I so enjoyed creating the Canticle of Creation sculpture and highlighting the symbols Francis and Clare so loved in nature,” said Jo. “The Canticle of Creation sculpture is an ongoing celebration of life. Francis and Clare knew that God loves us so much to create an ongoing evolution of life. It is for us to marvel and be inspired at the dignity of all creatures.”
To buy a set of cards, email Jo at firstname.lastname@example.org.