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Godfrey Diekmann Center Graduate Symposium 2024: The Effects of Migration on the Ghana Catholic Community in Fairfax, Virginia; A perspective on what has been 'lost' and what has been 'gained'

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Sister Kay Fitzgerald, OSB is a member of the Benediction Sisters of Virginia in Bristow, VA. She made Perpetual Monastic Profession on September 4, 202L Currently Sister Kay serves as Monastery Coordinator, Spiritual Director Coordinator, Vocation Team member, and as a member of the National Capital Area lgnatian Volunteer Corp. Sister Kay is pursuing a MAT from St. John's University, School of Theology. She is a retired Chief Compliance Officer for a national law firm. Prior to entering monastic life, she served in a variety-of volunteer positions including Catechist, Retreat Facilitator, Spiritual Director, lgnatian Spirituality Project Facilitator, and l.C.E. Detention Center Chaplain.

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