June 14, 2019, Detroit – As Sister Nancyann Turner, OP, works with the youth of the Capuchin Soup Kitchen in Detroit to start the 20th season of the soup kitchen’s garden, she reflects on the seeds planted in youth through the Rosa Parks Youth Program. “The program helps youth think clearly, make choices wisely, learn alternatives to violence, and care for themselves and the entire Earth community,” she writes. Read Sister Nancyann’s entire June 2019 blog entry.
April 17, 2019, Detroit – In her latest blog for the Capuchin Soup Kitchen in Detroit, Sister Nancyann Turner, OP, reports on the success that two biological sisters – Sarbinthe Martin and Nakita Martin – gained from their participation in the soup kitchen’s Rosa Parks Children’s and Youth Program. The sisters gained a positive outlook and professional success – and continue to give back to the program through their volunteer services. Sister Nancyann is the director of the program. Read her blog.
Sister Nancyann Turner, OP, center, shares a smile with biological sisters, Sarbinthe Martin, left, and Nakita Martin, right, who benefitted from their participation in the Capuchin Soup Kitchen’s Rosa Parks Children’s and Youth Program. Photo by Tim Hinkle, Courtesy of the Capuchin Franciscan Province of St. Joseph