Media Coverage 2020

Our Sisters are often featured in local and national news organizations. Links to those articles are posted here.

The Catholic Telegraph – August 3, 2020
One year later: We remember them all – an article by Sister Jeanette Buehler

Cincinnati CPPS Newsletter – July-August 2020
Join in spirit with homicide prayer vigils – an article by Sister Jeanette Buehler

Global Sisters Report – June 26, 2020
Lament and hope go hand in hand – an article by Sister Mumbi Kigutha

America The Jesuit Review June 1, 2020
Sister Mumbi Kigutha was interviewed for an article titled “‘The ink has run dry on writing statements.’ Black Catholics call for action in wake of George Floyd’s killing.”

The Catholic Telegraph – June 2020
The land of the cross-tipped churches – an article by Susie Bergman about the Maria Stein Shrine of the Holy Relics

New Wine Press – June 2020
Sister Donna Liette is mentioned in the article, Let Me Sing God’s Song and Dance God’s Dance, by Fr. Dave Kelly, CPPS

New Wine Press – April 2020
And They Flew… – an article by Sister Donna Liette

Inland Catholic Byte – April 2020
An article titled Our wounds unite us with the Risen Christ written by Sister Mary Garascia for their Journey toward holiness series.

Miami Valley Newspapers March 19, 2020
Sister Mumbi Kigutha was interviewed for an article about Community Gardens in Dayton.

Inland Catholic Byte – March 6, 2020
An article titled On the Holiness of the Laity written by Sister Mary Garascia for their Journey toward holiness series.

Global Sisters Report – February 20, 2020
A reflection by Sister Jeanette Buehler about homicides in Dayton, adapted for this article from her original post in August 2019.

Global Sisters Report – February 3, 2020
Sisters LaKesha Church and Mumbi Kigutha, along with Jenna Legg (vocation ministry coordinator), are featured in an article about recruiting younger women for consecrated life.

The Daily Standard – January 31, 2020
An article about Sister Joyce Ann Zimmerman winning the 2020 Berakah award.

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