Supper with Sisters: Melissa Feito – Loretto Volunteers, Washington DC

With her signature humor, style, and spunk, Loretto Volunteer and Serving with Sisters Ambassador Melissa Fieto interviews Sr. Maureen Fiedler: “Sister of Loretto, tireless advocate for peace and equality, radio pioneer, author, political junkie, cat lover, gardener, diet cherry pepsi drinker, and founder of Interfaith Voices.” Enjoy this podcast, and stay tuned to hear more from Melissa and her fellow Ambassadors over the course of their service year! 

A poster of Sr. Maureen, the founder of Interfaith Voices who recently retired after 15 years on the air, watches over the staff and volunteers in the Interfaith Voices office.


Melissa (middle in tweed dress) and Sr. Maureen (right of Melissa in white shirt) at a recent event hosted by the Quixote Center, where Sr. Maureen used to work and where Interfaith Voices was born. 
Melissa, a current Loretto Volunteer, will be blogging about her service experience as part of our ongoing Serving with Sisters Ambassadors series. This series is sponsored by CVN’s From Service to Sisterhood Initiative, a project made possible thanks to the support of the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation.

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