|Sister Mary Frances watches as a truck backs|
up to the shipping department's loading dock.
Cristela came to the motherhouse to see what we have going on here and to meet with the sisters, especially the sister-authors whose books were lined up to be transformed into audiobooks (thanks to that very successful fundraiser). She also called Boston native Sister Helena Burns up in Toronto--and it is Sr Helena who has the first and last words in the article, which also mentions our newly released documentary about the Founder, which Sr Helena wrote and produced.
at my desk (a bookstore display unit that I have repurposed), where the scarf we each received at the beatification is stretched across the top to hide all the drives and storage on the shelves below.
Sister Mary Paula, 88, was thrilled when the Globe photographer stationed herself in the aisle in chapel to get just the right angle of Sister praying. I was so glad for her sake that one of those pictures made the final cut in the print edition!