Saturday, May 23, 2020
Many former sisters stay connected to communities
by Martha Cusimano
With so many people in Central Florida working in the tourism industry, the stay-at-home orders due to coronavirus created exponential need. With lessons from the last economic downturn, St. Rose of Lima Church adapated its food pantry and is now providing 300,000 meals a day.
by Elizabeth Eisenstadt Evans
An everyday reality of religious life that gets little formal attention: lasting friendships between sisters and women who have left the religious communities that they once called home.