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A change of habit for Sister Marilyn Baker

In this video clip Sister Marilyn Baker shares her story of transitioning from the religious habit to common clothes. “I loved my habit,” she shares. But she transitioned with the community as they were asked to be more a part of the modern world. Even without an outward garment, there is just something different about women religious, Sister Marilyn says. Hear more in the video clip below.

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