Brittany Wilmes is engagement editor for GSR and NCR. Her email address is bwilmes@ncronline.org.

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Sisters discuss ventures into the TikTok frontier of evangelization

A webinar hosted by the International Union of Superiors General introduced more than 230 attendees to how men and women religious are using the viral social media app to share religious life with the world.

Most read stories of 2018

GSR Today - While we love reflecting back on a year of hard work and sharing our favorite stories, we also find it useful to turn to your example to see what stories resonated in 2018. (It's no surprise that coverage of the clergy sex abuse crisis dominates the list.)

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Top 10 GSR stories of 2015, by total reading time

GSR Today - In addition to great year-end roundups by GSR's managing editor Pam Cohen and U.S. liaison Franciscan Sr. Jan Cebula, we’ve crunched the numbers to bring you this list of the 10 favorite Global Sisters Report stories ranked by the total amount of time readers have spent looking at them.