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  1. 'The dark continent'

    ... GSR Today Ministry Environment ...

    05/22/2014 - 11:21am

  2. Q & A with Sr. Suso Kottirikal, living with and serving people with Hansen's disease

    Saji Thomas Sr. Suso Kottirikal served as boarding school hostel warden for 16 years, but she quit more than two decades ago to work with people who have Hansen's disease, also known as leprosy, and their children. Unlike others who wo...

    07/28/2016 - 4:15am

  3. Two ways to speak the truth in love

    Betty D. Thompson The Leadership Conference of Women Religious  (LCWR) spent three years in private conversations with the bishop-delegates of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith (CDF), which led to a joint final report in A...

    08/06/2015 - 4:51am

  4. Sister Reginette, Rwandan sister killed in Yemen, cared for people since she was a teenager

    Lilian Muendo Sister Reginette was one of four Missionaries of Charity sisters killed by gunmen March 4 in Yemen. She was 33. The other three sisters were Sister Marguerite, who was also from Rwanda, Sister Anselm from India, and Siste...

    06/07/2016 - 9:37am

  5. Refugees in Jordan seek solace in starting new lives amid uncertainty

    Chris Herlinger People who have fled from wars in Iraq and Syria are among the 1 million refugees who live in camps or other provisional-seeming housing in Jordan. On the surface, life has its daily rhythms that are free from the catas...

    04/14/2016 - 10:33am

  6. Leader of global sisters' group envisions Catholic nuns serving as deacons

    Joshua J. McElwee Catholic sisters could be of greater service to the church in various parts of the world were they able to "go a step further" and be ordained as deacons, says Sr. Carmen Sammut, president of the International Union o...

    05/23/2016 - 11:22am

  7. Refugee life in Lebanon's Beqaa Valley has similar challenges to being in Beruit

    Chris Herlinger GSR Today - After a week of experiencing the frenetic pace of Beirut, a day spent in the Beqaa Valley offers the opportunity for a bit of respite: mountainous landscapes, green valleys, crisp air free of the humidit...

    05/03/2016 - 1:20pm

  8. Political unrest, threats do not deter Friends of the Poor Sisters in India

    Saji Thomas The Deen Bandhu Samaj order is known for its courage under fire. It was founded in 1978 by Carmelite Bishop Paulinus Jeerakath of Jagdalpur, who drew together a dozen nuns from various congregations looking for a challengin...

    04/28/2016 - 4:21am

  9. Dominican-backed Hope House grows new life in a Detroit neighborhood

    Dennis Sadowski Catholic News Service Patty Gillis, a one-time pastoral associate at a ... property in Brightmoor to help connect people with the environment. That property turned into Hope House. Hope House and its parent ...

    07/30/2015 - 4:10am

  10. Let us look to the helpers

    ... – you become one of the helpers. And no matter how bad the news, that’s something we can all take comfort in. GSR Today ...

    04/13/2015 - 7:59am

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