MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) - A group of Vietnamese nuns got a taste of Southern Hospitality Sunday.
A band and hundreds of people waving banners greeted 8 Carmelite nuns who arrived from Vietnam to live at the Carmelite Monastery at Dauphin Island Parkway in Mobile.
The cloistered nuns will live behind the high, brick walls of the complex, which was recently vacated after the last 4 Carmelites moved to a retirement home for sisters. It was thought the Monastery might close permanently, until the Vietnamese nuns received permission to come to Mobile.
Among those greeting the Vietnamese nuns, were their 4 predecessors.
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