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Spiritual Life

Hermit nun is anything but reclusive

By Rich Barlow
November 11, 2006

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For a hermit, Sister Olga Yaqob is remarkably extroverted. She ministers to students at Boston University's Catholic Center, crisscrosses the country giving talks on campuses, and uses public transit because by looking at other passengers, "I do feel that the world wants me to pray for them." (Full article: 821 words)

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