The role of the American nun has changed dramatically over the past few decades, just as the Catholic Church and the roles of American women have changed. Journalist Lucy Kaylin discusses her new book, for which she interviewed dozens of nuns in all kinds of orders and traditions about what drew them into the religious life, and what keeps them there.


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