Trump's California funding threat over abortion puts nuns in unexpected spot

It has been more than four years since the Missionary Guadalupanas of the Holy Spirit first began their legal battle against California's requirement that insurance plans cover abortions. For the most part, the sisters had hit brick walls and disappointments — until last month, when the Trump administration brought attention to their efforts and the state's response.

In Coachella Valley, Catholic Church ministers to indigenous Purépechas

Aida Sansor and Maria Teresa Pacheco have traveled the Eastern Coachella Valley area, seeking to connect with the indigenous Purépecha community. Sansor and Pacheco are with Missionary Guadalupanas of the Holy Spirit, a nonprofit corporation of Catholic women based in Mexico City.

Loyola's Sister Jean celebrates her 100th birthday with scholarship, well wishes

Sr. Jean Dolores Schmidt starts and ends every day the same way. With joy and gratitude. It’s a practice that has been serving Chicago’s beloved Catholic sister, better known simply as "Sister Jean," for a century now.

Sr. Helen Prejean on new book, getting rid of death penalty and getting Jesus 'right'

Sr. Helen Prejean talked to Religion News Service about how she became involved in social justice, why she thinks the death penalty is on its way out and how she got to "bump into two popes along the way."

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