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Q & A with Sr. Sylvia Ndubuaku on how attacks, abductions affect Nigeria's nuns

In an interview with GSR, Sr. Sylvia Ngozi Ndubuaku of the Medical Missionaries of Mary shares her 2018 abduction experience and explains how frequent attacks on nuns in Nigeria affect their works and ministries.

Seattle Archdiocese criticized for buying $2.4 million home for archbishop

While the Seattle Archdiocese argues that the new home will provide needed space for guests and events, others are critical of the purchase, given Archbishop Paul Etienne's initial promise to live a "simplified life."

Ukrainian archdiocese demands release of priests taken by Russian troops

The Ukrainian Catholic Archdiocese of Donetsk is demanding the release of two priests it said were arrested illegally in the Russian-occupied city of Berdyansk.

Has the Vatican's dialogue with China reached its limits?

The Vatican on Nov. 26 publicly criticized the Chinese government's transfer of a Catholic bishop, and some human rights advocates and religious freedom experts hope this noted shift in Rome's posture will continue.

Mercy Education marks 5 years of spreading sisters' charism in 55 schools

As congregations merged into one as the Sisters of Mercy of the Americas, it became obvious that the structure of the sisters' 55 schools in six countries also needed to change. And so Mercy Education formed in 2017.