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S3 E10: Ministering during COVID

In the Company of Sister Salvatrice Murphy, DC

January 26, 2021

In this episode, Sister Liz is joined by sister-friend, Sister Salvatrice Murphy, to discuss how the pandemic has changed the way we minister to those most in need. Being a social worker working with mental health, Sister Salvatrice discusses how her job grew and gives some advice on taking care of yourself in order to best serve others.

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