These Unexpected Pop Stars Go Beyond the Calling

When you think of successful female recording artists, these women likely aren't top of mind, but faces and hearts are sure to brighten when these unexpected pop stars step into the spotlight.

These Unexpected Pop Stars Go Beyond the Calling

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When you think of successful female recording artists, these women likely aren't top of mind, but faces and hearts are sure to brighten when these unexpected pop stars step into the spotlight.

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If you’ve ever been to a live musical performance, then you’ve likely been blown away by the sheer talent in front of you—the lights, the smoke, the theatrics of a solo act or group. The connection between the audience and the performer is enough to make the energy in the room swell, creating a sure-to-be-remembered moment. In this episode of “Beyond the Calling,” you’ll meet the Daughters of St. Paul Choir, a group of remarkable women that most people wouldn’t expect to see singing on stage. Why? Because they’re nuns! Sister Nancy Michael Usselman admits that “most people are shocked,” saying that it’s like ‘Sister Act.'” To this, Sister Nancy would counter: “Were the real Sister Act.” But most people don’t think about or see nuns very often—Sister Helena Burns points out—so a group of nuns singing and performing for sold-out crowds and recording album after album might sound strange. For the Daughters of St. Paul Choir, “[their concerts are] about sharing [their] love and [their] faith.” During the holidays, when many people are hurting, the Sisters’ singing brings hope and something to rejoice in. Check out the video above to meet these remarkable women!

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