Larretta Rivera-Williams


Larretta Rivera-Williams, RSM, is originally from Winston-Salem, North Carolina. She is coordinator of pastoral care at St. Leo the Great Catholic Church in her home town. Since entering the Sisters of Mercy in 1982, Sister Larretta has ministered as an elementary, secondary, and divinity school educator. She has written and produced plays as well as directed and choreographed. Prior to her ministry at St. Leo, Sister Larretta was an Associate Chaplain at Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

Articles by Larretta Rivera-Williams

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My life on a swinging bridge Feb 25, 2019 Story : Column
Racist words, even on the soccer field Jun 18, 2018 Story : Column
We must come to realize this Feb 5, 2018 Story : Column
An American catastrophe Aug 21, 2017 Story : Column
A broader depiction of black lives Aug 3, 2017 Story : Column
The outstretched hand Dec 21, 2016 Story : Column
There is power in the blood Dec 6, 2016 Story : Column
The night Charlotte burned Sep 27, 2016 Story : Column
The yo-yo effect: Should I stay here or should I go? Sep 20, 2016 Story : Column
We are never separated from the pulse Jul 26, 2016 Story : Column
Nuns on the Bus 2016: Lemonade ministry Jul 19, 2016 Story : Blog
Nuns on the Bus: My vocation is reaffirmed Jul 16, 2016 Story : Blog
Nuns on the Bus 2016: We are all hungry for justice Jul 14, 2016 Story : Blog
Nuns on the Bus 2016: My heart is full Jul 13, 2016 Story : Blog
From an African American perspective: Do Black Lives Matter to me? Jun 14, 2016 Story : Column