An order of nuns who have prayed in shifts continuously for the past 100 years will take a break to see Pope Francis. http://t.co/LbiQTLNQRT
— Wall Street Journal (@WSJ) September 25, 2015
They’re really called the Holy Spirit Adoration Sisters, according to the WSJ. I always thought they were the Sisters of Perpetual Adoration, but whatevs. They were always the Pink Sisters. If my mother had a problem, or someone in the family was sick, it was time to call the Pink Sisters.
Hard to believe that this is the first time they’re going to stop praying.