The Oprah Winfrey Show - Married A Killer Behind Bars
Love knows no boundariesâ€”even in maximum security prisons. In the United States, inmates serving time are allowed to marry in all states except South Carolina and Delaware. Outside prison walls, there are more than 50 websites where women can find a husband who is incarcerated. - In February 2010, The Oprah Show got a rare glimpse inside a thriving convent in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Nuns from the Dominican Sisters of Mary spoke openly about their vows of chastity, poverty and obedience to God and their church. The average age of the 113 sisters who live and serve at the convent is just 28â€”an age where many other women are marrying and having children. Now, the sisters are back to shed light on the eight-year journey of faith to fully devote themselves to Jesus, culminating in a service where sisters take their final vows and marry Jesus.
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Oprah Winfrey is a media mogul with a net worth of $2.7 billion.Oprah Winfrey's salary is $315 million per year.What i...Read More