we stopped by the Convent as we wanted to compare this to the one we had seen in Quebec City last summer. The grounds were beautiful and the building was interesting especially when a docent was showing us around and explaining each of the rooms. The most memorable part though was an exhibit that they have at present with respect to the life of Arch Bishop Hannan (he presided over the funerals for John and Robert Kennedy and was in Europe during WWII). Read the Prayer for the Saints - so well done.
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