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Sister Rose and Sea Wife
by G. Murphy Donovan (October 2014)
“No one ever looks at a nun’s face.” – JM Scott
Nuns are a curiosity today. In another time, girls for whatever reasons were given over to convents for a life of prayer or good works. If the candidates were young enough, notions of choice were probably very elastic. Vocations are few in the modern cloister - and few orders of good sisters would tolerate or encourage any coercion by families or sponsors anyway. more>>>