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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.

Read more of this article that was written by Kim Hughes and appeared in the The Grid TO. (On The Grid TO site)

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