Religious orders vow pandemic will never deter care for vulnerable people

Leaders from dozens of religious orders dedicated to providing health care services and residential homes for elderly and disabled people reaffirmed their commitment to continue serving the most vulnerable as the global pandemic continues.

To foster inclusiveness, Nigerian nuns mainstream pupils with disabilities

On a sunny afternoon, the Rev. Gideon Oyabugbe, a minister at a local Baptist church, walked into St. Vincent's Centre for Inclusive Education to pick up James, his 8-year-old son, who is autistic.

$20 million loan allows mission society's investment to expand in Africa

A $20 million loan from the U.S. international development bank will allow a program started by the Pontifical Mission Societies in the United States to expand social-impact investing in enterprises operated by the Catholic Church in Africa.

Orlando Magic recognize nun for her advocacy for farmworkers

Sr. Ann Kendrick might not be able to dunk a basketball, but she made it on the Magic Vision screen at Amway Arena in Orlando when she was honored by the Orlando Magic Association for her advocacy for farmworkers.

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