Horizons - Apart from the frontline medical workers, who else effectively combats the pandemic in India? Among the many unseen warriors, I think the Sikh community turned out to be the country's good Samaritans.
The Sisters on the Frontlines program has given 1,000 women religious $1,000 grants to help those affected by the pandemic. The small, individual nature of the grants made it easy to see how the grants made a difference in people's lives.
When people with COVID-19 symptoms thronged a five-bed clinic in Chachana village, India, the Carmelite nurses there scurried to fashion an open-air clinic with donated cots and tents to handle the overflow.