Tracy Kemme is a Sister of Charity of Cincinnati who authored the blog Diary of a Sister-in-Training during formation. After a decade in social justice and Hispanic ministry, she is working toward her master's degree in pastoral ministry at Catholic Theological Union in Chicago.

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Life goes on: Losing Janet, finding strength in community

Young Voices: It was November of 2007 when I first met Sister of Charity of Cincinnati Janet Gildea. She would have been 63 years old September 11. The world just feels different without her.


Parish becomes intercultural

Young Voices: Becoming one holy family at Holy Family Parish in Cincinnati is a process. But we — parishioners from both the United States and Guatemala — are getting there, using some formal initiatives and building an intercultural community in small ways every day.

Wilson's Way of the Cross

Young Voices: This Holy Week, I carry in my heart the millions of migrants and refugees for whom the Way of the Cross is not simply a spoken prayer but a raw, real reality.

Immigrants face a terrifying future under Trump, and Christians must be there

Global Sisters Report: What is an immigrant to do now that Donald Trump has been elected? Many among us don't have the luxury to think positively or wait it out.