INDIANAPOLIS — Tracey Horan had never been behind the walls of a convent before she moved to El Paso, Texas, after college to teach middle-school math.
She was surprised to learn that the religious sisters watched TV, told jokes and even drank beer on occasion. But they also were deeply spiritual and committed to social justice issues. Horan, who was on a journey of self-discovery and discernment, wondered if she was being called to the religious life.
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The Indianapolis native and Roncalli High School grad lived with the Sisters of Charity for two years, growing not only in her faith but in her awareness of systemic poverty, discrimination and economic oppression — issues the sisters confronted in their work and discussed at the dinner table
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