Thank you! Readers like you help Global Sisters Report achieve its mission: to serve as a forum that focuses on the social justice mission of Catholic women religious and explores theology, spirituality, identity, community and other aspects of consecrated life.
Since I started as editor a few months ago, I find myself continually inspired by the vast range of ministries that sisters are involved in, including in the halls of the United Nations, detention centers outside Chicago, and the most remote areas in India, Vietnam, Guatemala, Tanzania and elsewhere. Sisters every day around the world live out the mission of mercy that Pope Francis reminds us is the heart of the church.
On this, our second anniversary, we wanted to take a few moments to reflect. We asked our reporters and editors to identify some of our most notable stories in the past two years. It was a difficult task as there are so many, but we selected some below.
We also encourage you to browse the hundreds of inspiring, insightful columns written by sisters that we've carried since our inception. Each strikes a chord, serving as an individual and part of a collective voice.
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