Joyce Meyer

Joyce Meyer is a Sister of the Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary and served as executive director of the Conrad N. Hilton Fund for Sisters, a grant-making organization supporting the works of Catholic sisters globally, from 1999 through October 2011. She worked for five years as a missionary in Zambia, where she taught English at a secretarial college and served as executive director for the Zambia Association of Sisterhoods, the national conference of women religious. She is on the boards of the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation, Medicines for Humanity and the International Foundation of the Good Shepherd Sisters and has served as international liaison to women religious for Global Sisters Report since January 2014.


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Hope and resilience among sisters in Tanzania

'Marvelous mission of GSR' spreads good news of sisters' work

Series shines light on spiritual strength of Catholic sisters in conflict areas

What was pregnancy like for Mary, mother of Jesus?

Identifying with the blessings and challenges of international relationships

Color flourished physically, spiritually at Women Deliver Conference in Rwanda

Hunger in four dimensions calls for contemplatives in action

Professor digs into history of Mercy sister's boarding school for Native children

Regenerative agriculture can help bring soil back to life

Re-interment of Sisters of Social Service foundress in Hungary pays 'homage to her spirit'

Despite challenges, China's women religious maintain centuries of faith

The times call for sisters to finely hone their advocacy skills

Irish laywoman deftly unpacks the mysteries of wisdom for UISG

New UISG leaders find light and hope in global community of sisters

Tilling the hard ground of our defenses and old ways surfaces transformation

Amid UISG plenary's first phase, leaders share stories of loss and hope

Q & A with Sr. Ianire Angulo Ordorika on abuse of power in religious life

International Union of Superiors General plenary to address timely themes: vulnerability and synodality

One Catholic sister's harrowing tale of escaping Kabul

ACWECA's 2021 assembly shows the perseverance and strength of African sisters