What it’s like to be a nun in Toronto in 2014
March 14, 2014
They’ve got iPhones. Their house of worship has a salon and bowling alley. They’ll even welcome in Jewish residents. Meet the sisters of St. Bernard’s, Toronto’s coolest convent.
If you want a potent example of people truly married to the job, forget Bay Street bigwigs and take a look at Toronto’s contemporary urban nuns. Not only do they work at something that actually matters, they are unexpectedly cool. And they have a far greater impact on city life than you might suspect.