The Leadership and Philanthropy of Women Religious - Global Partnerships for Human Progress
The Leadership and Philanthropy of Women Religious - Global Partnerships for Human Progress

Catholic sisters are serving in the most remote and impoverished areas among refugees, the survivors of humanitarian tragedies and war, and with the ill and dying of global epidemics. They connect their on the ground ministries to the world's poor, to their organized advocacy for justice within the halls of government and at the United Nations. Sisters promote peace, train young women for leadership, and bring spiritual consolation, hope and healing to multitudes of the world's population. These proceedings highlight three areas of endeavor: sustainable agriculture in Africa and Latin America, the work of sisters at the United Nations, and finally, the involvement of sisters in earthquake torn Haiti, providing an inspiring look at the courageous, creative and spirit-filled work of women religious around the globe.

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2010
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45
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FADICA The Leadership and Philanthropy of Women Religious - Global Partnerships for Human Progress

Table of Contents

Welcome
The Work of Sisters in Sustainable Agriculture
Case Studies, Africa and Latin America
The Work of Sisters at the United Nations
Haiti: A Case Study in Sisters Meeting Survival NeedsConcluding Remarks
Appendix: The Apostolic Visitation on Religious Life


Speakers

Leonore Coan, SNDdeN, Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur
Ellen Flynn, RSM, Mercy Northeast Community
Mother Mary Clare Millea, ASCJ, Congregation on Religious Life
Carol Zinn, SSJ, Congregation of St. Joseph

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