Study of international sisters now has reflection guide

Study of international sisters now has reflection guide

For discussing the findings

A study guide is now available to help reflect upon and discuss the findings from the 2017 CARA/Trinity Washington University Study on International Sisters in the United States.

The first national study of the 4,000 international sisters living in the United States was conducted to better understand the experiences and contributions of sisters living in the United States but born elsewhere. The guide is intended to help communities delve into intercultural, vocational, and other issues related to international sisters.

The guide is available at nrvc.net in English and Spanish. The study report is also available in Spanish. 



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