- Jan 22, 2020
Earthquakes have damaged a convent that is an important part of Catholic history in Puerto Rico.
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.
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.
A Haitian women’s support organization co-founded by Quebec nuns is exasperated by repeated requests from the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops to know whether or not it supports the legalization of abortion.
Sister Virginia Joy is a member of the Sisters of Life, which was founded by the late Archbishop of New York, Cardinal John O’Connor. Joy is the Respect Life Director of the Archdiocese of New York.