Realizing it had been a year since the Ukraine-Russia war broke out, I intensified my prayers for its end. I also researched the war's global impact: I was surprised how much the war has affected so many people in India.
GSR Today - Call it a prompting by the Holy Spirit. When I asked to go along on a trip to Ukraine, that leap into the unknown took me on a long path of meeting Catholics who are helping victims of this terrible war.
Even though a year has passed since the beginning of the full-scale Russian invasion of Ukraine, the war has not stopped for a single day, not for a single hour. A Ukrainian Basilian sister tells her story.
GSR Today - Elizabethada Wright is researching Mother Mary Joseph Lynch, a 19th-century Sister of Mercy whose boarding school in Minnesota reflected a drive to integrate Native Americans into the dominant white culture.
Horizons - On the day "The Embrace" was unveiled, honoring Martin Luther King and his wife, Coretta, the thing that was most palpable was a sense of Black joy. Joy isn't something you can fabricate. It rises out of freedom, liberation, fullness.