Eleanor Nash is a student at Wellesley College in Wellesley, Massachusetts, studying English. She is originally from Kansas City, Missouri.

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Q & A with Sr. Theresa Sullivan, serving people who are homeless in Macon

Daughter of Charity Sr. Theresa Sullivan is director of Daybreak Day Resource Center in Macon, Georgia. Some 125 volunteers and 42 houses of worship support Daybreak's services for people experiencing homelessness.

Q & A with Sr. Rose Mary Meyer, advocate for vulnerable people in Illinois

Rose Mary Meyer, a Sister of Charity of the Blessed Virgin Mary, is director of Project IRENE, which lobbies to protect people living in poverty, those in prison, immigrants, women and children in Illinois.

Q & A with Sr. Ann Therese Kelly, teaching the art of stained glass

Felician Sr. Ann Therese Kelly has been a stained glass artist for over forty years. She now shares her gift of stained glass in Buffalo, New York, to Villa Maria College students, adults who are disabled, and middle school girls.

Q & A with Sr. Carole Eschen on educating the whole person

Even before she could go to school, Sr. Carole Eschen wanted to be a teacher. At age 17, she joined the Sisters of Loretto and taught math and science at three schools, landing at Kansas City Academy in 1985.  The school is known for its inclusive environment that attracts a large LGBTQ population.