The Sisters of the Good Shepherd
The Sisters of the Good Shepherd form one international congregation ministering in 71 countries on five continents. In the United States, the Sisters are spread from east to west in 23 states and also are in Canada. Founded over two hundred years ago in Angers, France, by St. Mary Euphrasia Pelletier who believed that God is like a compassionate Shepherd whose love for all is boundless, Good Shepherd Sisters respond to a call to reach out to everyone and help awaken in all peoples a sense of each one’s unique worth and inestimable value.
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HandCrafting Justice is a nonprofit sponsored by the Sisters of the Good Shepherd that works internationally to promote economic justice through marketing Fair Trade crafts made by women in the developing world. They work in over 20 countries across Africa, Asia, and Latin America, but with a mission to advocate for the dignity and right to succeed for struggling communities.
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