Stamford nun to meet pope in DC

Sister Carol Ann Nawracaj will be among 2,000 people to see Pope Francis in the White House Rose Garden this Wednesday.

Sister Carol Ann, the executive director at the

Sister Carol Ann, the executive director at the Villa Maria School for students with learning disabilities, says she is fascinated by Pope Francis. (September 18, 2015 10:45 PM)

Sister Carol Ann Nawracaj will be among 2,000 people to see Pope Francis in the White House Rose Garden this Wednesday.

Sister Carol Ann, the executive director at the Villa Maria School for students with learning disabilities, says she is fascinated by Pope Francis.

Like many, she was looking forward to watching his historical visit on television, but got a call from Sen. Richard Blumenthal's...

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