- Jan 19, 2020
The response to the massive earthquake that hit Haiti 10 years ago was well-intentioned but did not bring about structural change that could have helped lift the country’s overwhelming poverty, said sisters reflecting on the earthquake’s legacy.
Poor Clares’ monastery in Tennessee quietly closes; last four nuns move on.
A 28-year-old nun who left a convent in India claiming mental and sexual harassment, is now facing threatening calls, according to her family.
Imelda Munoz Hernandez was bundled up in two heavy fleece sweatshirts and another jacket over the top. She had been in Casper for four weeks, and the weather was vastly different from her native Mexico City.
How women religious recharge and care for themselves is what allows them to persevere in challenging ministries. Music, meditation, stitching, retreats — Talitha Kum sisters find different ways to bring peace and distraction into their lives, putting on pause the tragedies that occupied their minds throughout the day.
Sister Barbara Donahue, 90, was only 10 minutes into an interview about the vaudeville group made up of her siblings and her when she broke out in “The Donahue Song.”