Tracey Horan

Tracey Horan is a member of the Sisters of Providence of St. Mary-of-the-Woods, Indiana. Her first deep conversation with this community occurred in a melon patch during her time as an intern at the Sisters' White Violet Center for Eco-Justice. She has ministered with Latinx communities for over a decade as a teacher and community organizer and currently serves as the associate director of education and advocacy for the Kino Border Initiative in Nogales, Arizona and Nogales, Sonora, Mexico. 

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Two years on, impact of Catholic Sisters Walking with Migrants spreads

Can the church change? It's all about the collective

I said yes to a life of poverty, chastity and obedience

Crucify him: Stepping aside from the angry mob on Good Friday

Sisters at our best: Cookies and cardboard tables at the US-Mexico border

New Ways Ministry conference holds up a mirror to our sacred stories

See, I am doing something new! Do you not perceive it?

Common life: We all speak in tongues

Good Friday hope bridges pain and love at the border

Making my way across: the vulnerability of forever yes

Waiting that denies justice is unholy

Really Catholic: Speaking truth in a church that silences

Five hundred laps: the path to wonder and awe

Seeking freedom: White privilege defines essential travel at the border

Gospel grieving: breaking bread and remembering

How would you feel? Lessons in empathy from a 5-year-old

Home for Christmas — in Mexico

5 things to love about Mexico and its paradoxical, enriching embrace

Beyond fear: Befriending the saguaro

The danger of growing accustomed