Joined Together in the Mission of Charity

NPR interview with Sister Caroljean Willie

Sister Caroljean Willie, who goes by CJ, is a Sister of Charity of Cincinnati. With a doctorate in multicultural education, she has worked in 48 countries as an environmental educator, teacher-trainer, and cultural diversity consultant. She has also served as an NGO representative at the United Nations, working on social development, education, environmental sustainability, human trafficking, interfaith dialogue and poverty eradication. In this podcast, Sister Caroljean shares her insights about how we might lean into interconnection and step out into what she calls our grace margin, where we can truly learn from and care about those whose lives are very different from our own.

We See from Where We Stand: Sister Caroljean Willie SC, PhD on Multicultural Perspectives and Stepping into our “Grace Margin” (NPR Podcast, Passionist Earth and Spirit Center)

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