“The righteous flourish like the palm tree and grow like the cedar in Lebanon” (Psalm 92:12).
Lives in Onitsha, Nigeria, since 1996 she was involved in the Religious Education of Nigerian candidates aspiring to Consecrated Life.
“Think of the womb of a mother that generates life, a monastery is the womb of the church, although not many people come here, when you’re fertilized by the world of God, life is born”.
Sister & Directress of the Centre for Women’s Development in Torpa
There is a tremendous innate power within woman, power that brings the world into being and nurtures it.
Vice Director of Jesuit Refugees Service in Malta
Katrine is a human rights lawyer active in the defence of the rights of refugees, asylum seekers and migrants arriving on the shores of Malta
For thousands of African asylum seekers fleeing danger via Egypt’s Sinai desert, one woman serves as an oasis after their harrowing journey into Israel: Azezet, also known as Sister Aziza, an Eritrean nun.
Maria Cristiana Dobner
Maria Cristiana is a Discalced Carmelite nun. Each praying Carmelite body has an impact on history that takes place and is crystallized by mysterious ways, traced by the Spirit.
When Sonia was three years old she has been hit by a car at full speed that irreparably damaged her spine leaving her without the use of her legs.
The Lord is my strength and my shield