Source: VOA News on YouTube
Over the last few decades, the Roman Catholic Church in America has struggled to fill the ranks of its clergy. The average age of the church’s serving priests and nuns is 70 and rising. But some Catholic orders in the United States are successfully attracting new members or postulants. Reporter Mike Osborne visited an order of Dominican sisters in the southern state of Tennessee where nearly a third of the sisters are under 30 years of age.
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