Jennifer Szweda Jordan is founder of Unabridged Press. She has worked as a journalist for more than two decades with small community newspapers as well as The Associated Press and NPR. Follow her on Twitter: @JeniferPossible.

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Q & A with Sr. Janice Vanderneck, advocating on behalf of immigrants

In a federal courtroom, Sr. Janice Vanderneck squeezed her rosary beads, praying for a miracle: Martin Esquivel Hernandez's release from prison so he could be reunited with his wife and three young children. Esquivel has been charged with a felony for re-entering the United States from Mexico, which he and his family left to escape drug violence.

Women religious' compelling personal stories take center stage in Standup Sisters project

GSR Today - It was a miracle on the level of the Red Sea parting. More than 100 kids in first to seventh grades were completely silent. For an hour. In church. I'd taught catechism to some of these kids, and I'd never seen them so rapt.