In Good Faith with Sr. Joan Dawber, SC

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Sister Joan Dawber founded LifeWay Network in 2007 to provide safe housing for survivors of human trafficking in the New York City area. LifeWay operates homes where over 100 women from 34 countries have found safe shelter and the resources needed to reclaim their lives and independence. 

Sister Joan Dawber, SC

IGF041 In Good Faith with Sister Anne Victory, HM

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Sr. Anne Victory has led efforts against human trafficking for over a decade. She helped to establish the Collaborative to End Human Trafficking in 2007. One result of the Collaborative’s work is that over 60 agencies in NE Ohio–law enforcement, health care, social services, and others—are now connected to weave a safety net for the men, women, and children who are victims of human trafficking. Sister Anne is Director of Education at the Collaborative, and her background includes extensive experience as a nurse clinician, educator, and administrator.

IGF041 In Good Faith with Sister Anne Victory, working to end human trafficking

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

Human trafficking and paying forward the graces of God

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I began volunteering at a local organization that provided shelter and services to victims. One member of the staff, herself a human trafficking survivor, and I connected. She taught me that a child who is consistently sold to others has no other definition of self.

Is it a sin when I don’t stop to help someone in need?

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In this Random Nun Clip, a listener worries that he’s committing a sin when he walks past people who are homeless and doesn’t help them. Hosts: Sister Maxine and Sister Shannon. Hear the full Ask Sister episode AS228 at aNunsLife.org.