Women Religious

Activists with the Lancaster Against Pipelines carry a banner in late April during the People's Climate March in Washington. Nearly two dozen people were arrested Oct. 16 as they blocked workers from starting construction of a short leg of a natural gas pipeline on property owned by the Adorers of the Blood of Christ in Columbia, Pa. (CNS photo/Mark Dixon, Wikimedia Commons)
Politics & Society News
"We will continue to have a presence here. How can we not? We live here. This is our home."
Arrival at Kahnawake on Aug. 15. Photo courtesy of Dominik Haake.
Politics & Society Dispatches
Dean DettloffSeptember 25, 2017
For Canada’s 150th anniversary, which has been met with frustration by indigenous people, the Jesuits had another dialogue in mind.
Sister Simone Campbell, executive director of Network, appears with the Nuns on the Bus campaign in Washington Sept. 22, 2015. (CNS photo/Lisa Johnston, St. Louis Review)
Faith Faith in Focus
Simone Campbell, S.S.S.September 19, 2017
Is my hunger for publicity closing the door to a contemplative life?
In this Friday, Sept. 8, 2017, photo provided by Diocese of Orange, "Siervas," a nun rock band performs live at the Festival de Cristo at Christ Cathedral in Garden Grove, Calif. The band known as Siervas was born in a Peruvian convent three years ago and since has gained an international following drawn by their smiling faces and soaring songs. (Challenge Roddie/Diocese of Orange via AP)
Faith News
11 Peruvian sisters formed a rock band in a convent and are taking the gospel on tour.
Faith Short Take
Zac DavisSeptember 14, 2017
A chainsaw-wielding sister is just the latest viral sensation.
Politics & Society News
Associated PressSeptember 13, 2017
A Florida Nun helps with the Hurricane recovery efforts her own way.