Sr. Maria Fe Rollo serves as principal of a school for people who are deaf. She shared how her missionary role as teacher and educator has become one of student and champion for the deaf community of the Solomon Islands.
In an interview with GSR, Sr. Sylvia Ngozi Ndubuaku of the Medical Missionaries of Mary shares her 2018 abduction experience and explains how frequent attacks on nuns in Nigeria affect their works and ministries.
GSR talks to Immaculate Heart of Mary Sr. Anne Munley, associate director for LCWR's Emerging Future Initiative, about updates on the process, including five Collaborative Leadership Hubs held across the U.S. in 2022.
For the past 19 years, Sr. Gabriela Ramírez has had a special, personal ministry with the Indigenous Mayan communities that come from San Sebastián de Huehuetenango, Guatemala, and have settled in Alabama.
Dora D'Rozario, a 63-year-old consecrated virgin in Bangladesh, helped create a prayer house and residence at Padrikanda in Golla Parish in Dhaka so consecrated virgins in the country can spend time together.
Mother Theresa Gertrude spoke with GSR about how the COVID-19 pandemic changed the dynamics of death for residents, families and staff in the Little Sisters of the Poor's mission to care for the elderly and dying.
When individual sisters or a congregation itself need healing, they often turn to the married team of Beth Lipsmeyer and Ted Dunn, licensed clinical psychologists who together form Comprehensive Consulting Services.
Trained pastoral caregiver and counselor Sr. Eusebia Maselitso Lerotholi's ministry has evolved into being the mother of many through an orphanage home. Despite the challenges, she tells GSR that she has achieved a lot.