The Guardian, Cif Belief: The nuns who won’t put up with being seen and not heard

In Boston they are resorting to the law to settle a pension dispute – another example of the Catholic church treating nuns shoddily

At the beginning of next month, Sister Nora Nash of the Sisters of St Francis of Philadelphia will cut an unlikely figure at Goldman Sachs’s annual meeting, as she calls on the bank to review “excessive” pay deals. As her community’s director of corporate social responsibility, in charge of ensuring the investment portfolio for their retirement reflects their commitment to social justice, she has vowed to make her convent’s opposition to corporate excess heard…

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