Judith Sudilovsky

Judith Sudilovsky

Judith Sudilovsky, a Midwesterner with South American roots, is a veteran journalist who has been covering various facets of life in the Holy Land, including the Catholic community, for over 30 years.

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Q&A with Sr. Suneela Polimetla, teaching students in the Holy Land

Gaza Catholic parish mourns fellow Christians killed in blast at Greek Orthodox complex

'I don't have the right to say no,' says Jewish-born Catholic nun who tells story of Holocaust

'Sister religions': Polish nun has made teaching about Judaism her mission

In silent Church of the Beatitudes, Franciscan nuns expand their prayers

'Reality of Gaza': Conflict affects electricity, limiting virtual classes

Catholic-supported co-op in Israel helps asylum-seekers during pandemic

With wall on three sides, Comboni Sisters in West Bank build bridges

Comboni nun says Bedouin, faced with village demolition, feel hopeless

Christian leaders hope Palestinian saints can be intercessors for peace

Court blocks Israeli plan to extend separation wall through convent

Sisters give care to needy in Bethlehem

In Jerusalem hospital, staff and family help Gaza trauma patients

In Bethlehem, a street festival with a touch of faith, justice, culture

Catholic convent, Maronite village latest targets of vandals in Israel