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Take Note: A Conversation with Sister Joan Chittister

Author Sister Joan Chittister, a member of the Benedictine Sisters of Erie, PA.
HEAR MORE OF OUR INTERVIEW WITH JOAN CHITTISTER - She talks about the future of the Catholic Church and about the sharp decline in the number of American nuns.

She's been called a Catholic visionary--and a renegade nun.  Sister Joan Chittister is one of the leading spiritual voices of our day.  A member of the Benedictine Sisters of Erie, she is a sought-after speaker and a best-selling author, with more than 50 books to her name.  We’ll talk with her about her faith journey, about the role of women in society and the church, and about the stunning new biography about her life and influence.

Patty Satalia was a senior producer/host for WPSU-TV and FM from 1987 to 2017. Prior to joining Penn State Public Broadcasting, she worked in commercial television in Pittsburgh, first as a film editor and fill-in capsule news anchor for WPGH-TV, and later, for WPTT-TV as public affairs director and co-host of the talk-show, People, Places and Things.
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