Kathy Coffey recently profiled Bridging Hope in the September 28-October 10 issue of National Catholic Reporter.
Bridging Hope is a nonprofit founded by Franciscan Sister Sen Nyguyen. The article profiles Nguyen’s journey from Vietnam, to Denver, Colorado, where she became a Franciscan Sister, to her return to Vietnam in 1991, which motivated her to start Bridging Hope.
“Some bridges are hard to negotiate, but this ministry is a significant start. Many feel overwhelmed by world poverty, yet finding a direct, trustworthy way to alleviate it is the first step on the bridge. Even one small, practical action restores hope.” To read the entire article, visit: National Catholic Reporter: “Franciscan sister’s nonprofit aims to create bridges between U.S., Vietnam”