Honorine Uwimana is a St. Joseph Worker from Rwanda in the East of Africa, currently serving at Regina Residence with the Sisters of St. Joseph of Orange, California. Honorine is using her pharmacy background and her writing flair to beat the drum of social justice.

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Dear reader: Lead, before 'now' becomes 'memory'

Notes from the Field - Before I rest my plume, I'll tell you what my year of service has brought me. It takes ordinary people to make a shift in our mindsets and structures; I believe in me and you.

Faces of friendship, unswerving love

Notes from the Field - I have met in person some of the values I venerate, and my moral and ethical fibers are strengthened every day.

Well done, good and faithful servant

Notes from the Field - I believe heaven is made beautiful by the angels and ordinary people who made others feel extraordinary while they were still alive and now reign on high. Among them is Sr. Bernice Jordan. 

Remind me, remind them, remind the universe

Notes from the Field - What time is it? It's Christ time, and the best way to live in this time is to impersonate his attributes in our lives.