For decades Sr. Consuelo Morales has provided legal and psychological assistance to the families of those who have been killed or are missing, making her one of Mexico's most prominent human rights defenders.
The Life: For the final question to the current panel of Catholic sisters, Global Sisters Report asked: How has the synodal process affected you, your parish, or your community? What hopes do you have for the synod?
The Kariobangi Women Promotion Training Institute, run by the Comboni Missionary Sisters, helps young women in Nairobi's low-income areas, offering them skills in tailoring and dressmaking, hairdressing, and catering.
"I won't use the term success, but it has been fruitful. It's a new state in the experience of synodality," says one sister who was a voting member at the first session of the Vatican's multiyear synod.
In these times of violence and hatred around the world, following St. Thérèse of Lisieux's confidence is crucial to the world regaining balance, said the bishop of Lisieux as the month of October, the busiest one in the French northern Normandy town of the saint known as the "Little Flower," comes to a close.
The Life - This month, the sister panelists share personal experiences of faith as they reflect on this question: What is a piece of wisdom that you received in religious life that continues to sustain you today?