Getting to know each other Immaculée and the bishop

A Morning with Immaculée

2017

Immaculée Ilibagiza
Immaculée Ilibagiza

On April 6, 1994, the Rwandan President’s plane was shot down over the capital city of Kigali. This assassination of the Hutu president sparked months of massacres of Tutsi tribe members throughout the country. Men, women and children, including Immaculée’s entire family except for one of her brothers, were massacred at the hands of Hutu marauders.

During this time, Immaculée found her faith, taught herself English, and most incredibly, committed herself to a life of peace, hope and forgiveness, even for those who had murdered her family.

In 1998, Immaculée emigrated from Rwanda to the United States where she continued her work for peace through the United Nations. Since then, she has received five honorary doctoral degrees, written seven books about her faith and her life journey, and is the recipient of the Mahatma Gandhi International Award for Reconciliation and Peace.

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Love One Another

2016

Sr. Clare Matthiass, CFR
Sr. Clare Matthiass, CFR

Franciscan Sisters of the Renewal

Kelly Wahlquist
Kelly Wahlquist

Author of Created to Relate: God's Design for Peace & Joy

Marcus Grodi
Marcus Grodi

Host of The Journey Home on EWTN

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Body, Mind, & Soul

2015

Jeanette DeMelo
Jeanette DeMelo

Editor in Chief, National Catholic Register

John Acquaviva, Ph.D.
John Acquaviva, Ph.D.

Author & Professor

Sister Mary Gabriel
Sister Mary Gabriel

Novice Director, Sisters of Life, NY

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Heart of the Matter

2014

Sister Joseph Andrew
Sister Joseph Andrew

Director of Vocations Dominican Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist
The Heart of Mary

Matthew Leonard
Matthew Leonard

Executive Director St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology

Teresa Tomeo
Teresa Tomeo

Author and EWTN Talk Show Host, Vatican Delegate
The Heart of a Woman

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