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Climate Change: Voices of Hope

A virtual intergenerational panel discussion on climate change was held on Sept. 20, 2020. Discussion included ways communities can address urgent needs of climate justice.…

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Sharon Rezmer, BVM: Answering the Call by Seeing the Open Door and Taking the Next Step

Sharon Rezmer, BVM serves a meal at St. Patrick Parish in Dubuque, Iowa, where she is a parish visitor.  Sharon Rezmer stood on the threshold…

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We Are Part of Nature, Not Its Ruler

by Eileen Fuchs, BVM Summer 2020 issue of Salt Imagine that you are in a vehicle and the driver suddenly gasps. The driver says, “Turn…

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BVMs Marched For Peace, Against Nuclear Arms Race in 1982

Thirty-eight years ago, a group of 66 Sisters of Charity of the Blessed Virgin Mary chartered a bus and went to New York City to…

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No Easy Task: 70 Years of Struggle to Win Women’s Right to Vote

by Carolyn (Lester) Farrell, BVM Voting is the significant decision-making moment for citizens of the United States. A healthy democracy calls its citizens to participate…

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BVM Core Values Depend on Education

According to a booklet outlining core values of the Sisters of Charity of the Blessed Virgin Mary, education is the “process of calling forth the…

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