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Called to Freedom: Dominican Nuns Image the Church on Oprah Winfrey Comments

The sisters were everything beautiful and truthful that the Church has to offer: they were Christ to Oprah and to a world in need of its meaning in Him. Continue Reading

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  1. Sharon
    4 years ago

    I watched this segment and was extremely impressed with the faith-filled, loving and honest answers that the Sisters gave to all of the questions...they were a delight to listen to and a credit to our faith!

  2. Monica Van Ness
    4 years ago

    Nice to see something positive about this sort of issue for a change. You go, Sisters!

  3. VR29
    4 years ago

    What a wonderment to see Catholicism and religious life presented with such candor, respect and joy! God bless the sisters, they make me feel so deeply grateful that I am a Catholic woman!!

  4. Jennifer
    4 years ago

    I saw it, too, and it was fabulous. The sisters are beautiful in every way, and I got a real kick out of watching them play field hockey!
    I was impressed by Lisa Ling's comment at the end when she said she realized that rather than living a restricted, limiting life, the sisters' lives were very liberated and free. Wow -- what an observation! Praise God!


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