Q & A

Q & A with Sr. Carla Magnaghi, caring for people with disabilities in South Sudan

In South Sudan, Sr. Carla Magnaghi helps oversee a center that provide care and schooling for mentally and physically disabled children. She talks with GSR about increasing awareness and acceptance of disability in the area, and speaks about what she has witnessed during her 15 years in the country.

Q & A with Colette Parker: 'This is not about the flag. This is about justice'

Colette Parker was excited about the start of the NFL season. But Parker, an associate with the Dominican Sisters of Peace in Ohio, won't be watching her beloved Chicago Bears this fall. Her personal boycott is not because she disagrees with players who are kneeling during the national anthem, though.

Q & A with Sr. Chelsea Bethany Davis on being a young Daughter of St. Paul

Sr. Chelsea Bethany Davis, 26, says she is the youngest professed sister of the Daughters of St. Paul. Davis is about four years from professing her final vows. She spoke with Global Sisters Report about life as a millennial sister at a time when about 90 percent of American women religious are over 60.

Q & A with Sr. Sharon Dillon, executive director of the National Religious Vocation Conference

"I believe everyone has a unique vocation, and I enjoy helping people find what that is," says Sr. Sharon Dillon of the Sisters of St. Joseph of the Third Order of St. Francis. Dillon spoke with Global Sisters Report about her vision for the organization became executive director of in June, and how her past ministries inform her work.

Q & A with Sr. Blanca Griselis, feeding students amid Venezuela's economic crisis

Venezuela's dire economic crisis has started to impact the young students of Santo Angel School outside Caracas. According to Sr. Blanca Griselis, the school's social worker, 35 students currently come to school with little to no food. She spoke with GSR about her efforts to keep students fed and in class.