Intercultural resource underway

Intercultural resource underway

To be posted on

Soon religious communities will have a reflection guide to help them examine intercultural issues.

In conjunction with a 2017 study on international sisters in the United States, the Mexican American Catholic College (MACC) is writing a reflection guide for religious communities to better negotiate intercultural issues.

Arturo Chavez, president of MACC, met recently with representatives from NRVC and the Religious Formation Conference for input about creating the guide. This resource will be released later this month and posted on the NRVC website as a downloadable resource. This work is underwritten by the GHR Foundation.

Sister Carol Regan, S.U.S.C.; Sister Adriana Calzada Vázquez Vela, C.C.V.I.; Sister Sharon Dillon, S.S.J.-T.O.S.F.; Mr. Arturo Chavez; Sister Ellen Dauwer, S.C.; Sister Deborah Borneman, SS.C.M.; and Sister Connie Schoen, O.P.

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