How an alliance between Millennials and religious sisters has changed outlooks

How an alliance between Millennials and religious sisters has changed outlooks

Sarah McKinney Gibson of Encore.org, which created the Generation to Generation (Gen2Gen) campaign, wrote this article for the Christian Science Monitor.

Nuns and Nones: A modern religious community

Nuns and Nones: A modern religious community

In Part 2 of this series, Global Sisters Report explores the parallels between the unlikely community of women religious and millennial "nones" and their potential for a meaningful collaboration. While the decline in numbers at institutional congregations may be a discouraging trend to some, the union of these two groups may answer who could inherit the charisms that animate religious life today. 

Nuns and Nones: Unlikely partners tackle the big questions

Nuns and Nones: Unlikely partners tackle the big questions

In Part 1 of this series, Global Sisters Report focuses on the coming together of experienced Catholic sisters and young people identifying as "nones" — shorthand for the box they check next to religion. Women religious and millennials seeking meaning have become partners through a shared passion for social justice issues, community life, and their devotion to a greater purpose. These two groups have found that they are "more alike than not." 

Sr. Teresa Maya challenges LCWR assembly to go forth amid changing times

In Global Sisters Report, Soli Salgado covered the 2018 LCWR conference, where out-going president Sr. Teresa Maya challenged leaders to listen to next generation, to Nones, pointing to Nuns & Nones as an example.