GSR Today - A new movement is emboldening women to raise their voices loud enough to be heard in churches that treat them with silence.
In Conversation - Pat Marrin talks about Óscar Romero's legacy and his connection to Pope Paul VI. GSR national correspondent Dan Stockman shares the story of Catherine Kasper, founder of the Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ, and others to be canonized Oct. 14.
Since the 1970s, sisters have stood with Filipinos in their pursuit of justice. As principal of Binalbagan Catholic College, Sr. Aquila Sy ensured students understood their responsibility to apply Catholic social teaching in their lives. Her activities made her a target. She shared her story with GSR.
GSR Today - What is the right-click equivalent for other parts of my life? Were there past events that unlocked whole menus of possibility for me?
I'm thinking about the word "chain." Chain letters are fraudulent. A chain smoker often lights the next cigarette from the one currently burning. Chain reactions can be bad, such as your car gets hit, which forces you to hit the next car. Or chain reactions can be good, such as a movement to pay it forward.
GSR Today - Earlier this month, two South Sudanese political rivals, President Salva Kiir and former vice president and rebel leader Riek Machar signed a peace agreement many hope will end this terrible war.
See for Yourself - The pennies and nickels drifted by gravity to the bottom of Mom's purse cavern. "Oh, it's OK. The next customer is in a hurry and doesn't want to wait for me to organize my money."
GSR Today - One of only three indigenous women's congregations in Guatemala, the Missionaries of the Eucharist serve in the country's remote mountains, inheritors of both the glory and the challenges of their country.
See for Yourself - "Yes, I still use a wristwatch and, in fact, I wouldn't be without it. How else would you tell the time?"
See for Yourself - Do you want to be a "destination designer"? "Chief amazement officer"? "Coffee cake authority"? It's almost Labor Day, and time to appreciate some really interesting job titles.
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