Service out of love, not worthiness

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A stranger in a strange land, Sister Scholastica struggled with her vocation until she experienced an epiphany.

Sr. Schola Mutua helps with food distribution at an evacuation center for refugees in the Philippines.

IGF049 In Good Faith with Sister Patricia Flass, in service to rural communities around Selma, Alabama

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Sister Pat has ministered for over 20 years in small towns around Selma, Alabama, in some of the most impoverished areas of our nation. She talks with Sister Maxine about her ministry in Alabama, her perspectives on poverty, and her hopes for the future.

In Good Faith with Sister Patricia Flass, in service to rural communities around Selma, Alabama

Does your vow of poverty as a nun affect your work in public policy on human needs?

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Sister Richelle Friedman talks about insights from her vow of poverty as a Presentation sister and how they shape her public policy work. Hear the full In Good Faith episode IGF043 at aNunsLife.org. 

Sister Richelle Friedman

What are some important facts to know about poverty in the U.S.?

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Sister Richelle provides stats and stories about the ways that public policy seeks to address poverty in the U.S., and how the U.S. compares with other nations. Hear the full In Good Faith episode at IGF043. Let us know your thoughts about this podcast--please click here to take a short survey. 

What are some important facts to know about poverty

Lessons learned from my ministry and life as a sister

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The adventures of missionary life always intrigue me; every day, they require trust in God, myself, and the people I serve. Thinking of my last mission to Wau, South Sudan, I think of a quote from Paulo Coelho: "Take advantage of the chance that tragedy has given you; not everyone is capable of doing so." When I arrived in South Sudan, it looked like tragedy.

Lessons learned from my ministry and life as a sister