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[quote name='Ale.SOLT' timestamp='1320937507' post='2334299'] Quote What order is this? I've seen some sisters with this habit around my dioceses. And I get really excited when I see them [/quot

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Just wanted to share this site that has pics of the original habits for the listed communities. I always think its fun to look at historical nun pictures :hehe2:

 

http://www.nunsandsisters.com/Photographs.html

 

Thank you for sharing this.  I find it fascinating to look back to the pre V2 habits.  Some of them must have been absolutely penitential and daily.

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graciandelamadrededios

I think this is her now:

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A nice family portrait:

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(I'm wondering why the sister on the right is the only one with a slightly different colour of habit)

 

The PCC's has two colors of their habit, grey and brown.

 

However, it seemed that the entire commuity is wearing their gray habit and the Nun in brown is probably the Federal Abbess visiting the monastery.

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By His Grace Alone

The PCC's has two colors of their habit, grey and brown.

However, it seemed that the entire commuity is wearing their gray habit and the Nun in brown is probably the Federal Abbess visiting the monastery.


Actually, she is Zuster Theresia. I believe she was the first Dutch Sister professed at Eindhoven after it was refounded. Edited by By His Grace Alone
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The Carmelite being professed in Slovenia looks *exactly* like the actress of St. Therese in the French movie of her! And of course she has a resemblance to the Saint herself.

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