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By Cecilia Prestamo The Carmelite nuns at the monstery in Barrington, RI, are huge fans of Robert Kraft, owner of the New England Partiots and the team. Sister Normagene Gillespie, talks about at trip that some of the sisters made to Gillette Stadium a few years ago. She also talks about what she and the other sisters that are football fans will be doing on Super Bowl Sunday. Providence Journal video Steve Szydlowski and Bob Breidenbach Mobile users: Having trouble seeing this video? Click here
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