The sisters of Holy Name Monastery in St. Leo, Florida, suspected something was wrong when their checks started bouncing last November. Twenty-two checks came back marked RETURN TO MAKER, which has a certain theological ring to it. Deeper worry set in once the sisters realized their bank account wasn’t accepting deposits either. Unaccustomed to such financial hiccups, the sisters immediately asked the bank for an explanation, and were...
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