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.
Tapping creativity and ingenuity is a hallmark of the Notre Dame Mission Volunteers-AmeriCorps members — more than 400 — who found their terms of service at some 220 schools and community center sites disrupted by the pandemic.
GSR Today - Catholic women religious have been working to improve the lives of others long before the United Nations adopted the 17 Sustainable Development Goals in 2015. Now you can see how sisters' ministries contribute to the overall U.N. plan.
Sr. Nancy Sylvester said that the spiritual balm offered through a regular practice of contemplation is more important than ever, during GSR's first Witness & Grace: Conversations with Sisters program.
GSR Today - Leading up this year's virtual assembly of the Leadership Conference of Women Religious, I'd been thinking a lot about past LCWR assemblies and previous presentations that now seem prescient.