In Nicaragua, we feel small and persecuted, but not abandoned by God

Remaining Salesian Sisters brave Sudan war to care for wounded and displaced

The Ukrainian people's 'Via Dolorosa' continues

After violent attacks, sisters of the Medical Missionaries of Mary in Nigeria launch mini clinic

Dominican Sisters promote peace in Nigeria's conflict-prone communities

Sisters teach nonviolence in South Sudan

Amid growing attacks, Dominican sisters in Nigeria invoke prayers for protection

For displaced Nigerians fleeing terrorism, sisters offer trauma care, drug treatment

With Ukraine under siege, sister shepherds supplies cross-country to civilians

In Kakuma Refugee Camp, sisters foster peace between warring South Sudanese tribes

Sisters stay in Congo conflict zones to give voice to suffering people

Nuns help survivors heal psychological wounds from Easter bombing attacks

Reflecting on Pope Francis' historic visit to South Sudan

Reporter's notebook from Ukraine: What life is like when war becomes normal

What is it like serving in conflict-torn South Sudan?

Jesus continues to be born in those who resist injustice

There are moments of grace, but Ukraine war's trauma seeps into people's souls

Your tears are my tears; your pain is my pain

God, don't let us unlearn being human

Even in 'explosion of hell,' God's love comforts Ukrainians