Sisters describe ways they foster dialogue between groups with differing values.

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I live and work in El Paso, Texas, which has become a central hub for the U.S. refugee situation. We use research, reflection, leadership development, education and action in working for justice to transform the region around El Paso; Cuidad Juarez, Mexico; and Las Cruces, New Mexico. We use research, reflection, leadership development, education and action in working for justice to transform the region around El Paso; Cuidad Juarez, Mexico; and Las Cruces, New Mexico.

We're doing the play Sister Act, so I need to get into the frame of mind of a sister. Any advice?

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In this Random Nun Clip, we offer advice on how to act like a nun to a student who is preparing for a role in the play Sister Act. Hear the full podcast episode at  AS159.

The nuns address spatial racism

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I spent part of the weekend at our IHM Motherhouse for a webinar symposium on Spatial Racism. I was grateful for the opportunity to learn more about spatial racism as I had little familiarity with it. The symposium was offered through the "Undoing Racisim" committee ...

Vow of Poverty means challenging Goldman Sachs

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Here at A Nun’s Life Ministry, we’re often asked about what the vow of poverty is and how it is lived both personally and as a congregation. While a significant aspect of the vow is that we hold all things in common and don’t personally own anything, there are other dimensions too.

Sister Dorothy Stang, SNDdeN

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Sister Dorothy Stang, SNDdeN, was a Sister of Notre Dame de Namur who was killed in February 2005 because of her work with and on behalf of the people of Brazil.