How are the most vulnerable people in society living coronavirus outbreak? An old nun story

Barcelona, Spain Breaking News March 26 @ 4:56pm

A noon activist reflecting her life and work in the midst of coronavirus epidemy

Mari Pau Trayner Vilanova is a noon, 84 years old, who fights actively for the rights of the noons inside the Church. In fact, she devoted her life to struggle for a change inside the Church. Although her age, she still gives speeches often in her cause. She is never at home. These days she is especially vulnerable to coronavirus because of her age, and in Spain,the second most hit country in Europe

She spends her time reading about faith, writing about Christianity and women rights in the Church, and is living her faith in a different way which she was not used until now. She is always surrounded by people and goes to pray in the Church. Through home we will see her reflections on faith, will follow her work closely and her ideals in life in a different way.
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