Maureen has been Justice Peace Link Person to the Good Shepherd International Justice Peace Office in New York. Also, Coordinator of the Asia Pacific Justice Peace Network from 2008 – 2011 and a Member of Good Shepherd Asia Pacific Justice Peace core team from 2008 - 2011. Maureen was Coordinator of the Women, Justice and Peace and Integrity of Creation (WJPIC) Office in the Province of Philippines from 2002 to 2014.
In her own words:
‘Good Shepherd Asia Pacific is important to me because it is where my roots are and where I live as a Good Shepherd Sister. It is a multi-cultural and multi-religious region. Asia is the world's largest and most populous continent with approximately 3.879 billion people hosting 60% of the world's current human population. Most young people in the world are in Asia and it is here that the poor majority live.’
Missiological Reflection - The State of the Nation Address 2014 leads Maureen to question her faith in a 'God of Fullness of Life'. Click here to read her reflection, published in Impact Vol 48 No 08: Asian Magazine for Human Transformation.
Sister Maureen Catabian - Click here for Q & A interview by a correspondent for Global Sisters Report based in the Philippines, N. J. Viehland
Click here for Maureen Catabian's Reflection based on Laudato Si, presented at Women's Theological Conference Manila 2015 - Unity in Diversity, Diversity in Unity
Sister Maureen Catabian has held many roles at province, regional and congregational levels. Now she is living and working in West Africa and shares her reflections with us....
Comprehensive overview from the GSAPP team - how Good Shepherd Partnership for Mission is developing in this region
Caroline Price and Jane Ng represented Asia Pacific in a Congregational Spirituality meeting in Angers France in May 2014