Global Sisters Report posts article by Sister Susan Doubet

In a recent post in Global Sisters Report (GSR), an independent and non-profit online source of news and information about Catholic sisters, Sister Susan Doubet shares her reflections about community prayer in an article titled, Reveille at 5:45 a.m. She says: “Praying first thing in the morning is not unique to my community nor to sisters in general. Faithfulness to such a daily commitment is strengthened by its purpose.” Click here to read the article in full.

In 2014 the National Catholic Reporter (NCR) launched GSR, a groundbreaking reporting project funded by a three year grant from the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation. GSR has built a global network of journalists to report the stories of sisters, their ministries and the people they serve. It includes columns by women religious and gives voice to sisters who write commentary from their perspective while also giving recognition for the important work that sisters do.

[Susan Doubet is a Benedictine Sister of Erie, Pennsylvania, and is currently the subprioress of the community. She is a former secondary teacher and administrator and has worked in numerous areas of communications for over 20 years.]