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Filipino nun commits to rebuilding lives of people deprived of liberty
A Catholic nun has committed herself to “rebuilding lives, rekindling hope, and restoring dignity” of people deprived of liberty (PDL) in the Philippine capital. Through...
Catholic nun launches book on her mission work with Indigenous People...
The nun said one of the biggest challenges that the Alangan tribe faces is the lack of literacy and education
An 83-year-old nun takes the witness stand
"A religious and a good Christian takes his friendship with God very seriously"
The Myanmar nun who faced down a junta
"I believe God gave me the courage… I myself wouldn't be courageous enough to do that."
Real life ‘Sister Stella L’ dies
She was recognized for her significant contributions and accomplishments for the cause of human rights in the country
Court in India allows Catholic nun, 16 other farmers to kill...
The Kerala High Court gave special permission to Sister Jofi Joseph and 16 members of a farmers’ group to kill wild boars
Pope Francis names nun to No. 2 post in Vatican’s social...
The 46-year-old Salesian sister is an economist and professor
Indian court backs Catholic nun’s call to ban movie on clergy,...
The Malayalam film “Aquarium” reportedly portrays the “religious life of Catholic priests and nuns … merely as sex toys”
Filipino missionary nun who championed social justice dies at 67
Sister Mary Francis Añover, RSM, was national coordinator of the Rural Missionaries of the Philippines from 2010 to 2016
Sister Ann: Myanmar’s brave Kachin nun
Who is this sister who got the attention of the world? How did she create an impact and inspire Pope Francis in Rome?
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