It is the Love of Christ that urges us... That moves us to action, opening up to being channels of God's Spirit to empower, liberate, accompany and learn from those made poor.
I was given a grant to study resilience in women survivors of human trafficking by the Louisville Institute. I have learned so much from these women of hope. Our Congregation is committed to fight human trafficking internationally.
The eldest of 8 in a chaotic, crazy, Catholic family, I grew up in California and love the beach! I entered the RSC's in 1967 and God continues to invite me out of my comfort zone to new and exciting places, people and ministries!
Each one of us shops, eats out, stays at hotels, etc. We each need to keep our eyes open for anyone who is a modern day slave and call the hotline at
We can free a human being just by being present, attentive and making one call. People who are not paid, not free to leave, and under the control of another human being are all around us.
We are all connected and especially Catholic sisters.
Check out these websites:
US Sisters Against Human Trafficking