How 15 sedevacantist nuns in Spokane returned to Church
CWN - October 25, 2012
Writing for Catholic World Report, Jim Graves recounts how 15 nuns left the sedevacantist Congregation of Mary Immaculate Queen in 2007, returned to the Church, and formed the Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Church.
“I feel a deep love and compassion for my former community,” says Sister Mary Eucharista. “They will always be special to me. But while I understand them, I can never go back unless they return to full communion with the Church.”
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