I can't seem to find that information...I don't know if I'm missing something, but I just wanted to find out more about her personally.
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Summary: Sr. Simone Campbell is as much a Catholic nun as St. Francis was a Catholic monk - and about as controversial. If she wasn't, the Council of Bishops would have said so by now!
WOW! Great job, Sid!
Thank you for sharing!
Thanks Sid. I was trying to research NETWORK, and it kept using references I was not familiar with at all, though it did not seem like a Nun int he traditional sense to me. I am not Catholic so was not aware of the secular part of that.
Thank you SassySue. This kind of bio is what was confusing me. What is a "Sister of Social Justice"? I thought all Nuns were committed to social justice and serving the community.
Catholic monks & nuns have had 2 branches for at least 900 years, those who are dedicated to service & those who are dedicated to meditation and prayer (cloistered). Service work creates compassionate contact with suffering people, so social