"I discovered that you do not go to the margins to rescue anyone. But if we go there, everyone finds rescue."

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Haiti's fragility of infrastructure, strength of people remain one year after Hurricane Matthew

This month, and probably for every October for the rest of her life, Haitian Sr. Evelyn Moliney will remember a time she would rather forget. A year ago, Hurricane Matthew bore down on southwestern Haiti, threatening a large swath of coastal area, including the city and surrounding areas of Jérémie, the capital city of the department, or province, of Grand'Anse. 

Handing the pen to sisters: Uganda

Global Sisters Report is not just a news hub. We are also a platform for sisters to find their own voice. "I don't know how to write!" the sisters usually say when they hear about GSR for the first time and we encourage them to write for us. But that's no excuse. For the eighth time, GSR is handing the pen to African sisters, proving that every person is a writer, and every person has a story to tell.

Q & A with Sr. Brittany Harrison, a 'habited hipster,' on connecting with young people

Sr. Brittany Harrison, a Salesian Sister of St. John Bosco, is a regular contributor to Relevant Radio's "Morning Air" show, where she discusses youth culture, social media and Salesian spirituality. She spoke with GSR about internet evangelism and how women religious can connect with young people.

Development, human rights, environment -- 'water is at the heart of all of it'

Wielding their power as shareholders to challenge corporations, women religious are teaming up with each other and with other faith groups to ensure companies are water-conscious in their corporate practices. "If one person is speaking to a company, that's one thing. ... When you come to the company, and you have 15 shareholders who are concerned about the issue, it makes a difference.


Puerto Rico: Information, water, electricity scarce

Aid has been pouring in to Puerto Rico since Hurricane Maria ravaged the island Sept. 20, but the U.S. territory still faces a massive rebuilding challenge in addition to the immediate needs for water and food. As for women religious in Puerto Rico, little information has been coming out about how they fared in the storm and how they have been in the weeks since.