Sister Alyssa Meis leads a yoga class during a retreat in Tracy, Calif., at the Seeds Of Life Spirituality Center, run by the Verbum Dei Missionary Fraternity. Sister Meis is one of two nuns working with novices and discerners who are entering the religious life, like the small group of nuns living in the convent in Long Beach on the grounds of St. Anthony’s Catholic Church.
Sister Alyssa Meis leads a yoga class during a retreat in Tracy, Calif., at the Seeds Of Life Spirituality Center, run by the Verbum Dei Missionary Fraternity. Sister Meis is one of two nuns working with novices and discerners who are entering the religious life, like the small group of nuns living in the convent in Long Beach on the grounds of St. Anthony’s Catholic Church. Mark Boster Los Angeles Times
Sister Alyssa Meis leads a yoga class during a retreat in Tracy, Calif., at the Seeds Of Life Spirituality Center, run by the Verbum Dei Missionary Fraternity. Sister Meis is one of two nuns working with novices and discerners who are entering the religious life, like the small group of nuns living in the convent in Long Beach on the grounds of St. Anthony’s Catholic Church. Mark Boster Los Angeles Times

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