Global Sisters Report: Sr. Marie-Paul Ross of the Missionary Sisters of the Immaculate Conception was called "the nun from Canada who is speaking clearly and openly about sexuality."
After a recent personal experience in Tanzania and Malawi of electrical blackouts, cold showers, limited or no internet, cooking with charcoal, and the sight of mountains stripped of trees, I was reminded of a project I started in November 2016 to research how sisters in sub-Saharan Africa use solar energy.
I was motivated to continue it when sisters at the Association of Consecrated Women of East and Central Africa, or ACWECA, gathering in late August in Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania, questioned me about what I had found.
Global Sisters Report: Every day, 250 women come to the Fountain of Life Women's Center in Pattaya to gain skills they hope will give them an alternative to prostitution.
Global Sisters Report: The month-long FIFA World Cup soccer championship is right around the corner. Sisters have joined protests, concerned about poverty that encourages trafficking of workers and sexual exploitation during these world sports events.