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I believe you'll feel the same.
I thought SISTER HELEN was the "Mother Theresa" of down and out addict, alcoholics, with the best example of " Tough Love " I've ever had the pleasure to witness.
Sister Helen has her personal reasons for trying to help these down and out men: her life had already been very rough.
Loved her story, loved her life, loved that she didn't shy from answering God's nudging...and she gave it her best. If we are willing, God always takes us where we're at. Read morePublished 5 days ago by maria
SHE IS NOT FOR CHILDREN OR ADULTS EXCEPT ITS A REALLY GOOD MOVIE REAL AND YES SHE LIVES WITH THE POOR AND SHE IS THEM AND THEY ARE HER YOU WILL ONLY UNDERSTAND WHAT I'M TALKING... Read morePublished 7 months ago by dewayne
I love documentaries and was not disappointed by this one. Sister Helen Travis is a feisty Benedictine nun who runs a shelter for recovering male addicts in the Bronx. Read morePublished 9 months ago by P.B.
Sister Helen is one, tough lady. She lives in a house in a poor section of New York with 22 male addicts. She watches over them like she's a mother to all of them. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Tom Cross
An unexpected documentary which makes me believe in humanity and the fact that we all have a calling, we just need to figure out what it is.Published 18 months ago by Scotty954
This is not a film for those who prefer their nuns clothed in a sweeter demeanor. Sister Helen inspires with what looks like a heavy hand that conceals a heart of mercy. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Kathy
This searing and fearless documentary of a hard as nails Nun who reinvents herself, her faith and her life is unforgettable. Read morePublished on June 25, 2012 by Peter Suslock
this woman was a great person and touch many lives, but i bet they never make her a saint. nevertheless, she is me and to many people. Read morePublished on March 31, 2008 by D. Smith