It doesn't take a genius to know that when any order of religious embrace tradition they thrive -- that is, unless, until they are no longer permitted to. And when they thrive, as the Benedictines of Mary, Queen of Apostles have, they encounter problems, such as space constraints.
The nuns are expecting 10 new postulants this fall and there is a steady flow of women coming to them to discern their way in life. And they need to be able to house and nourish them and their vocations.
Unless you've lived like a hermit these last years, you know their CDs have been worldwide hits, and their new CD, Easter at Ephesus, is available for preorder now.
Below is a short and beautiful video showing the life of the nuns. You can also watch them record their incredible new CD.