ACH076: The story of the founding of Regina Laudis Abbey in Connecticut is worthy of a movie–and it was made into one. Tom and Noëlle Crowe tell the story of the abbey’s founding and its determined abbess, which became the movie Come to the Stable, which was nominated for 8 Oscars.
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Links for this episode:
- Mother Benedict: Foundress of the Abbey of Regina Laudis – Antoinette Bosco – Google Books
- Abbey of Regina Laudis
- Abbey of Regina Laudis – Wikipedia
- Come to the Stable | AFI Catalog
- Mother Benedict Dies at 94; Head of a Cloistered Abbey – The New York Times
- Come to the Stable – Wikipedia
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