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#056 | My Aunt's a Nun! No really she is...?? | Aunt Sr. Mona Guerrette is the "Real Deal" from soup kitchens in Brooklyn to hospital chapla

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Tim interviews his Aunt, Sr. Mona Guerrette, about her 57 years being a Catholic nun. She grew up in the little town of Caribou, Maine and traveled the United States Pueblo, Colorado, St. Louis Missouri, Brooklyn, New York starting soup kitchens and serving as a Chaplin at St. Charles Hospital in Port Jefferson and Good Samaritan in West Islip, New York. Sr, Mona taking us on a journey of laughs and serious discussions on why she become a nun, the future of nuns/sisters. During her 57 years as a nun, she has helped the homeless, served youth, abused and addicted women and so much more. Tim clearly looks up to his Aunt and asks for her for prayers every chance he can get...