Checking in on sisters around the world: COVID-19 has constrained ministries

Women religious continue to minister to those who need help. Updates from sisters and their adapted their ministries during COVID-19 include Tanzania, Panama, Nigeria, Vietnam, two places in India, and Kentucky in the U.S. 

Amid pandemic, women religious persevere in ministries to those in need

Women religious continue to minister to those who need help in the face of a deadly, ongoing pandemic. This week, GSR writers provide updates on how sisters have adapted their ministries during COVID-19.

The lives they lived: the Felician sisters lost during the COVID-19 pandemic

Between Good Friday, April 10, and May 10, the Congregation of the Sisters of St. Felix of Cantalice, or Felician Sisters, in Livonia, Michigan, lost 12 sisters to COVID-19.

A Place to Call Home: Take a second look at these sisters working in homelessness and affordable housing

GSR Today - In February, months before the global spread of the coronavirus, Global Sisters Report launched a series focusing on Catholic sisters helping those who are homeless or lack adequate shelter worldwide.