Dan Stockman is national correspondent for Global Sisters Report. He was a reporter at daily newspapers in Michigan, Illinois and Indiana for nearly two decades before joining GSR in 2014.

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New book tells the 'beautiful' but 'painful' history of Black Catholic nuns

Author Shannon Dee Williams' extensively researched Subversive Habits tells the history of Black sisters in the U.S. She spoke to GSR about the toll of the project and why the truth is not something to be afraid of.

UISG, LCWR launch joint initiative to care for sisters with dementia

Through a new initiative, congregations, federations and conferences around the world will work to ensure Catholic sisters with dementia and cognitive impairment will live their best lives both physically and spiritually until the end of their days.

Georgetown renames chapel for Sr. Thea Bowman to honor a 'brave, holy woman'

A chapel at the oldest Jesuit university in the United States is now named for Servant of God Sr. Thea Bowman instead of a priest who once fought in the Confederate army.

Q & A with Sr. Simone Campbell on her year since leaving Network

A year after stepping down as executive director of the Catholic social justice lobby Network, Sr. Simone Campbell is working on a project that tries to create dialogue between Democrats and Republicans.

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