Human trafficking survivors walk a long and winding road – but with the right support, as Sister Margaret Kruse relates, there is hope for new life.
Margaret Kruse is a sister of St. Francis of Assisi, a community located in St. Francis, Wisconsin, just south of Milwaukee. Her community is one of seven women religious congregations, and one Lutheran Church, that collaborated to found Sisters Program South, a Milwaukee drop-in center for women who are trapped in human trafficking. Now serving on the board of Sisters Program South, Sister Margaret has served as a teacher, with United Farm Workers, in pastoral ministry, and in leadership in her community.
The tools needed to help women escape human trafficking can be very, very simple. Sister Margaret Kruse explains.
Your station in life does not have to impede your ability to use the gifts God gave you to help your neighbor! Sister Margaret Kruse explains.