Sisters Go Green at Home
The Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary have educated tens of thousands of students in Metro Detroit, and it might seem easy to conclude that the aging nuns in the order have accomplished most of the work they believe God intended for them. But life is long and the nuns say they believe it is all sacred.

So they have set a new path, emphasizing the environment and scientific discoveries as part of their spirituality. A nationally acclaimed $56 million renovation of their huge motherhouse, which last week received another in a long list of awards from the Environmental Protection Agency, and a newly published booklet are but two examples of their unique fusion of faith, science and the human condition.

For more information, refer to this Detroit News article on the Sisters.

Last Updated on September 19th, 2007 6:54 am by admin
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