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Some millennials are embracing life as nuns

Photo of nuns playing with a dog by Toni Greaves for the New York Times

The NY Times Style section reports on an order of Dominican nuns which is attracting millennials during an era in which fewer women are choosing cloistered religious life.

The Dominican Nuns of Summit, a cloistered convent which is raising funds to expand their facilities to accommodate their growth, has gained 15 aspirants in the last decade. The Times shows their playful side in a series of light-hearted photos and […]

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Vatican ends takeover of U.S. nuns

A report noting the end of the Vatican’s years-long takeover described a collaborative relationship and conversations “marked by a spirit of prayer, love for the church, mutual respect, and cooperation.”

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Nuns top Billboard classical chart for second year

From WQXR:

Billboard reported this week that, for the second year in a row, the top-selling classical artists were the Benedictines of Mary, Queen of Apostles, a community of nuns from rural Missouri.

The sisters’ “Lent at Ephesus” and “Angels and Saints at Ephesus” – collections of ancient chants and hymns – were the first- and second-best selling traditional classical albums of 2014 (the traditional classical category excludes crossover releases, according to Billboard).

“Lent at Ephesus,” which was released on Feb. 11 by […]

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