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The National Memorial Cemetery in Vukovar, Croatia, commemorates the victims of the 1990s Croatian War of Independence, called the "Homeland War" by Croatians. (OSV News photo/Chris Herlinger, Global Sisters Report)

Women religious still healing wounds 30 years after war in Croatia

Before the "Homeland War" of the 1990s, the residents of Vukovar, Croatia, thought it a peaceful city.
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Sister Patricia Ebegbulem, a Sister of St. Louis from Nigeria, receives the Human Dignity Award from Sister Jane Wakahiu, a Little Sister of St. Francis of Assisi, at a London ceremony Oct. 31, 2023. Sister Wakahiu is associate vice president of the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation, a sponsor of the inaugural Sisters Anti-Trafficking Awards along with the Arise foundation and the International Union of Superiors General. (OSV News photo/courtesy Arise foundation)

Religious Sisters Who Fight Human Trafficking Honored for Their Work

In late October in London, the spotlight was on the exceptional contribution of Catholic religious sisters to the anti-trafficking movement at the inaugural Sisters Anti-Trafficking Awards, or SATAs.
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Nearly 30 women religious communities endorse transgender observance, advocacy in joint statement

(OSV News) — Close to 30 U.S. women religious communities, who say they represent “over 6,000 vowed Catholic religious and partners in mission in over 18 states,” released a joint statement endorsing the March 31 observance of International Transgender Day ...
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