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Olivia Newton-John Nun
Twelve nuns, aged 80 to 90, from Saint
Mary's Convent in South Bend, Indiana - Saint Mary College is the sister
school to the University of Notre Dame - were denied the right to vote in
the Indiana Democratic Primary in 2008 because they didn't have photo
Sisters of Charity's original 1847
motherhouse was established on six acres now a part of Central Park in New
York City. A plaque marks the location known as McGown's Pass from
103rd Street to 106th Street and from Fifth Avenue
to Sixth Avenue. Before the Sisters of Charity owned the property,
the site was occupied by George Washington. Central Park is
celebrating its 150th anniversary.
Mother Angelica made and sold fishing
lure to accumulate enough savings to purchase land for EWTN.
Sister Neeta George of Blessed Teresa of
Calcutta's Missionaries of Charity on India's orphans: "We usually
keep children for three months and try for their adoption. If they do not
get adopted then we take custody and educate them. After they grow up, we
marry them off if they're girls, or buy them land if they are boys."
Sister Eugenia Bonetti of Italy's Union
of Superiors General: "The most humiliating poverty for every woman
is to be a victim of trafficking, of being sold and bought to be used as