Q & A

Q & A with Sr. Anna Ngo Thi Phuc, serving leprosy patients in Vietnam

Franciscan Missionaries of Mary Sr. Anna Ngo Thi Phuc provides free medical treatment to leprosy patients at a state-run hospital in south-central Vietnam. Many patients live in poverty, abandoned by relatives. Phuc visits them daily, tends to their wounds and listens to their feelings. She spoke to GSR about her ministry.

Q & A with Sr. Jane Wakahiu on the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation's new five-year strategy

As director of the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation's Catholic Sisters Initiative, Sr. Jane Wakahiu oversees one of the largest funders in the world of programs and initiatives focused on Catholic women religious. She spoke to GSR about the foundation's recently announced a new five-year strategy.

Q & A with Srs. Ancila Devadass and Mary Nijo, coloring 'fallen stars' in southern India

Sr. Ancila Devadass and Sr. Mary Nijo work together for Color the Fallen Stars, a project that helps rescue people who live in poverty and bring them to rehabilitation centers. "The people with whom we work are the stars that are fallen," Devadass told GSR. "We go to the streets looking for them."

Q & A with Sr. Jayne Helmlinger, new president-elect of Leadership Conference of Women Religious

At LCWR's 2018 annual assembly, St. Joseph Sr. Jayne Helmlinger became president-elect. Speaking with GSR, Helmlinger said that while in leadership, she'll combine her community's charism — "Unity in Reconciliation" — with her "ability to think systemically." She told GSR she is eager to connect LCWR with the rest of the world and reimagine the conference to fit a globalized future.