Gail DeGeorge became editor of Global Sisters Report in January 2016. She lives near Washington, D.C., and has spent much of her career reporting on economic, business and labor market issues for national and regional publications. She's taught eighth grade and Confirmation classes for more than 10 years at parishes in South Florida and Silver Spring, Maryland, helped revitalize the Rosary Guild ministry at St. Bonaventure in Davie, Florida, and served on the parish council, volunteered at a food pantry and other parish activities.

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UISG plenary concludes, calling sisters to renewal, transformation and inclusivity

At the end of UISG plenary in Rome, sisters shared this pledge: "I commit myself to live vulnerable synodality through service as a leader, animating it within the community, together with the people of God."

Pope warns UISG against congregational renewal that is 'frozen in time'

Pope Francis told leaders of women religious congregations that synodality is a way to affirm the original intentions of the founders of religious congregations while meeting the needs of a rapidly changing world.

UISG opens triennial plenary with talk of vulnerability as way into the future

Hundreds of sisters from six continents are in Rome for the triennial plenary of the International Union of Superiors General, the organization's first major in-person event since the start of the pandemic.

International Union of Superiors General set to gather in 'moment of crisis'

UISG's 2022 plenary assembly, which runs May 2-6, will continue the core themes of vulnerability and synodality, with more than 700 leaders of women religious congregations participating, about 520 of them in person.

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