In 1973, Sister Mary Lillian of the Associates of Mary Queen of the Apostles co-founded CORR-The Jute Works, which trains women artisans, ensuring trade justice, market access and improved living standards.
Dr. Sr. Lipy Gloria Rozario, a sister of the Our Lady of Sorrows, is a counseling psychologist, founder and director of the Healing Heart Counseling Unit, providing services since 2010 in Muslim-majority Bangladesh.
Across the world, people are learning what it means to adapt to climate change, and what it means to heal communities. Ursuline Sr. Carolyn Marie Brockland comes from a community experienced with resilience and recovery.
Kkottongnae Sisters of Jesus take in orphans in Bangladesh who live neglected and without families; they also care for people with disabilities. Sr. Andree Lee spoke to GSR about the sisters' ministry.
Sr. Maggie McDermott recently retired from a 43-year-ministry at the Tolentine Zeiser Community Life Center in the Bronx. She spoke to GSR about homeless ministry and her work in providing day care for children.
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.
Sr. Sue Ernster recently became president-elect of the Leadership Conference of Women Religious, which represents about two-thirds of the Catholic sisters in the U.S. She spoke about what excites her about this time with LCWR.