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The Turning
The Sisters Who Left
Thousands of women gave up everything to follow Mother Teresa, joining her storied Catholic order, the Missionaries of Charity. But some found that life inside this fiercely private religious order was not what they’d imagined. Former sisters who worked closely with Mother Teresa describe her bold vision and devotion to charity and prayer. But they also share stories of suffering and forbidden love, abuse and betrayal. If you make a lifelong vow, what does it mean to break it? What is the line between devotion and brainwashing? Can you truly give yourself to God?
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Ratings & Reviews
4.6 stars from 1,342 ratings
Very interesting!
This podcast was really interesting. I don’t have a particular interest in religious matters so I started listening just to check it out and I found myself hooked till the very last episode. Definitely worth your time!
rumorebianco via Apple Podcasts · Italy · 08/11/22
Excellent series
Thought-provoking, powerful, and empathetic.
Totolola via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/28/22
Thought-provoking
I’m grateful that this topic was investigated and shared so deliberately.
mskerrygraham via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/21/22
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