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Catholic Sisters

How a Student and a Teacher Became Best Friends, and Then Sisters

Gina Ciliberto | Posted 07.13.2015 | Religion
Gina Ciliberto

Dominican Sisters of Hope Maria Barbera, OP, and Jorene Cieciuch, OP, encounter each other as any two sisters would: hands entwined, kisses on the cheek, both beaming.

Let's Hear It For The Nuns!

Christina Capecchi | Posted 05.08.2014 | Religion
Christina Capecchi

When Mary Margaret Gefre's boyfriend drove her to the train station in their small North Dakota town, the 19-year-old farm girl didn't tell him where she was headed on that brisk December day, clutching a small bag containing a rosary, her childhood prayer book, a few dresses and a pair of shoes. She was bound for a cloistered convent in St. Paul, Minn. She was going to become a nun.

Having the Sisters' Back

Jim Wallis | Posted 04.25.2012 | Religion
Jim Wallis

Do most of us believe that the bishops are the only "authentic teachers of faith and morals?" The sisters may be the most positive face of the Catholic Church today, and they are keeping people in the Church who would have given up on the all-male hierarchy long ago.