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I am facing two trumped-up court cases filed against me because I — with the Rural Missionaries of the Philippines — have stood for the truth, for justice and for the rural poor.
Dominican Sisters of St. Rose of Lima started their ministries in Gia Lai Province in 2005. Now, 26 nuns from five communities provide pastoral, educational and health care services for ethnic villagers.
Arriving as a volunteer in South Africa in 1984, I encountered a new place, unfamiliar faces, and the mystery of two communities living the founders' dreams miles and years into the future.
"God leads me from one mission to another," says the Franciscan Hospitaller Sister of the Immaculate Conception. That path has included ministry to leprosy patients, drug addicts and prisoners.