Her story is simple - but oh so great...
She lived in a prison. For 30 years. Everyone will be writing about her, so I won't editorialize the story except to say, there are saints amongst us. There always have been, always will be.
Sister Antonia Brenner, a Beverly Hills-raised mother of seven who became a Roman Catholic nun and moved into a notorious Tijuana prison where she spent more than three decades mending broken lives, easing tensions and dispensing everything from toothbrushes to bail money, has died. She was 86. - Finish reading here.
I recall hearing that there were Little Sisters of Jesus who lived in a prison somewhere. There are saints in weird places, where no one else will go.
Love is kind.