How does the vow of poverty shape a sister's public policy work?

A mural depicts Sr. Nano Nagle, foundress of the Sisters of the Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary, at St. Edward the Confessor Catholic School in Daisy Hill, Australia. (Wikimedia Commons/Daniellecart1)

A mural depicts Sr. Nano Nagle, foundress of the Sisters of the Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary, at St. Edward the Confessor Catholic School in Daisy Hill, Australia. (Wikimedia Commons/Daniellecart1)

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Clip from "In Good Faith"

Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary Sr. Richelle Friedman, who is director of public policy at the Coalition on Human Needs, tells Sister Maxine about the inspiration she draws from her community's foundress, Nano Nagle.

Click here to listen to the full "In Good Faith" podcast where this clip is from.

GSR shares clips from our friends at A Nun's Life Ministry. Check out full episodes of all their podcasts (Ask Sister, In Good Faith, Random Nun Clips and more, like the archived Motherhouse Road Trips) on their website, ANunsLife.org.

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