The Press: Cosi

"Most people feel that because we are nuns we have lost our appreciation for feminine matters," says Sister Lorenzina of Rome's Catholic Pious Society of the Daughters of St. Paul. "Quite the contrary. A woman remains a woman even after she takes the veil. If she lost her feminine soul, she would become a cold, sterile human being."

Sister Lorenzina has practical proof for her point: listed on the masthead by her given name of Olga Guidetti, she is the editor of a not-quite-slick-paper magazine named Cosi (Thus), which is published and staffed by the Daughters of St. Paul and is...

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