The Tyburn Convent is a sanctuary of tranquility and prayer within central London. It was founded in 1901 as a tribute to the martyrs who died hanged at the Tyburn tree during the reformation period.
Among the 24 women taking the silence vow, sister Catherine is one of the youngest. As her sisters, she decided to dedicate her life to God. She does not own any personal possessions and as part of her vow she rarely has contact with the outer world.

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