Elizabeth Eisenstadt Evans

Elizabeth Eisenstadt Evans is a frequent contributor to the Global Sisters Report, and a freelance writer whose work has appeared in Religion News Service, National Catholic Reporter, Sojourners, Christian Century, The Washington Post and Philadelphia Inquirer. She resides in Glenmoore, Pennsylvania, with her family.


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Nuns in a time of nones: The winding path to today's religious vocations

Proactive care, healthy aging mark Avila Institute pilot program with global reach

Panhandle Franciscans reach out to community through evangelization, education and coffee

20 years later, lessons on aging from the 'Nun Study' resonate today

Serving those in the shadows, sisters follow in footsteps of women long gone

When Catholic nuns took on the Klan in court and won

At America's Door: How nuns, once suspect, won the heart of non-Catholic America

Sisters find spiritual sustenance during year of COVID-19 hardship

Sister Alice's math students discover care + persistence = exponential growth

'Quaran-team' at Dominican house embraces the beauty of community

Shut up at home by pandemic, sisters find world is still with them

Gone but not forgotten: Many former sisters stay connected to communities

Pioneers of past pandemics

Women in church leadership: 40 years after Sr. Theresa Kane's request to pope

As recruiting era slows, women religious reflect, then choose new course

Two sisters discover unique gift deep within their suffering

Death never has the last word, and sisters never die alone

Sister to sister: Religious reflect on who inspired them to follow God's call

In Appalachia and Wisconsin, two approaches to the opioid crisis

Path to religious life varies, especially when sisters start out non-Catholic