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By Carla Hinton
The Oklahoman 

Oklahoma nun opens homes for seniors to join new 'family'


OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — First came Anna.

The 98-year-old woman was living alone on a diet of Ensure and coffee and weighed 77 pounds when a Catholic priest learned of her plight.

Then there was Isaac.

Diagnosed with a terminal illness and given only two months to live, he was about to be released from a hospital but had nowhere to spend his remaining days.

Others in need of hearth and home like Sam, John and Dale soon joined the "family" led by the energetic nun. Current residents Annabelle Miller and Lucy Cooper were also welcomed into the clan and the home never seemed crowded, only runnin...

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