Sr. Maria Rani Anthony Pillai has been a conflict counselor and health worker in different countries for several years. She spoke with GSR about coping with internal conflicts and serving as a conflict counselor.
Sr. Mary Lou Aldape spoke with GSR about working with survivors of the May 2022 Robb Elementary School mass shooting. She is part of a team at Sacred Heart School in Uvalde trying to help those students heal emotionally.
Sr. Kathleen Feeley's career as a writer merged with her vocation as a School Sister of Notre Dame beginning with her doctoral dissertation and continuing with her work as an English professor in the U.S. and Ghana.
Throughout her life as a Scalabrinian, Sr. Lidia Mara Silva de Souza has been entrusted with missions that have allowed her to meet migrants from all over Latin America, and also have made her a migrant herself.
Sr. Remya Thomas has become a harbinger of hope for poor jobless youth in Odisha state in eastern India. St. Joseph's Community College, managed by her congregation, finds them jobs after imparting skill training.
The disappearances of relatives are a painful reality for many Mexican families. Benedictine Sr. Mariana Olivo Espinoza does pastoral work with such families in Torreón, Coahuila, one of Mexico's most violent cities.
Sr. Jean Graffweg has a confession: After 42 years of ministry to the children of migrant farmworkers picking lettuce, radishes and onions in New York's Orange County, she loves her job but hates onions. She shared more with GSR.