'An unusual nun': Socialite-turned-monastic Ann Russell Miller dies at 92

Ann Russell Miller was a wealthy socialite, not a woman of moderation. But more than 30 years ago, Miller took vows of silence and poverty to become Sr. Mary Joseph at a Carmelite monastery in Illinois. She died there June 5.

Through an app, a group of Latin American nuns tracks mental illness across the US

It took some getting used to, but Sr. Maria Minerva Morales is now a faithful user of a cell phone app where she documents her interactions with people she ministers to.

Catholic nun's kneeling protest in Myanmar praised as 'model for church leaders'

A Catholic nun, kneeling before armed forces in Myanmar and begging them not to open fire on protesters, has become a symbol for the protests against the military coup that destabilized the country in February.

Former art studio of Sister Mary Corita, LA's 'pop art nun,' spared from demolition for now

The former Hollywood art studio of a Catholic religious sister who was known for her pop art covering racism, poverty and misogyny appears to have been spared from the wrecking ball after all.