A Catholic sister in Nicaragua told GSR that she feels indignation when she hears Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega and his wife, Rosario Murillo, the country's vice president, refer to themselves as Christians.
At an event organized by the Confederation of Latin American and Caribbean Religious, sisters shared experiences of helping victims and other work against human trafficking, a "profound violence to the body of humanity."
Sr. Pinky B. Barrientos spent most of her apostolic life working in radio, television and the editorial department of her congregation's publishing house. She spoke with GSR about why everyone must fight disinformation.
Sisters in India run the Sree Jeevan Jyothi Vocational Junior College, where several students are victims of failed child marriages. At the junior college, they train as nurses, receive counseling and develop confidence.
Monday Starter: The first of a three-part series of conversations by the International Union of Superiors General on synodality and the October Synod Assembly is Sept. 14. It will focus on the issue of communion.
From A Nun's Life podcasts - The Spanish word encuentro means much more than you might think. Missionary Catechist of Divine Providence Sr. Elizabeth Ann Guerrero explains the spirituality of this deep encounter.