A speech by Marjoe Gortner, the evangelist-turned-actor, delivered in Louisville on April 4, 1974.
Sister Mary Clement Greenwell discusses her childhood on a farm in Daviess County, Kentucky; her education; her decision to enter religious order; her years as an elementary school teacher; and her present work with the elderly at St. Boniface Church.
A Louisville clergyman discusses the effect of Vatican II on the Catholic Church.
The narrator (born 1908) discusses her life as a nun.
Vatican II and the changing Catholic Church.
Mrs. Tolbert discusses her personal history, focuses on her school days as well as race relations and church experiences.
A Louisville clergyman discusses the influence of Vatican II on the Catholic Church.