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July 13, 2018, Juarez, Mexico – An article in a recent issue of Maryknoll Magazine profiles a Maryknoll Sister and her ministry in Centro Santa Catalina. The center was founded in 1996 by Adrian Dominican Sisters Donna Kustusch, OP, and Eleanor Stech, OP, to help the residents of Juarez, Mexico, to become self-sustaining. The Adrian Congregation is still involved in the ministry today: Adrian Dominican Sister Maureen Gallagher, OP, is Director of Marketing for the women’s sewing co-op, Las Mujeres de Esperanza y Fe (Women of Hope and Faith), which manufactures and sells products such as shawls, purses, potholders, and dolls to help the women support their families. Read the article by Giovana Soria, which details the ministry of empowerment that continues to this day at Centro Santa Catalina.