Sister Carol Coston grew up loving the outdoors in Florida, where she was a high school diving champion. She became the first director of NETWORK, a national Catholic social justice lobby, and worked on the equal rights amendment, healthcare, and the Community Reinvestment Act. In the twenty years she lived in Washington, D.C., tending an organic garden helped her to keep a sense of balance. Her "love affair with organic" eventually led her to cofound Santuario Sisterfarm with Elise Garcia, who converted to Catholicism and also became an Adrian Dominican Sister. Band of Sisters explores the world Carol, Elise, and many other helpers created in their community sanctuary in the hill country outside of San Antonio, Texas.
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