Sister Jean has her own bobblehead. So does Mother Teresa. Check Google.  
 during a game of the Loyola men's basketball team for which she serves as the chaplain March 2, 2013, in Chicago, Illinois. (Brian Cassella/Chicago Tribune/MCT)
Sister Jean has her own bobblehead. So does Mother Teresa. Check Google. during a game of the Loyola men's basketball team for which she serves as the chaplain March 2, 2013, in Chicago, Illinois. (Brian Cassella/Chicago Tribune/MCT) MCT
Sister Jean has her own bobblehead. So does Mother Teresa. Check Google. during a game of the Loyola men's basketball team for which she serves as the chaplain March 2, 2013, in Chicago, Illinois. (Brian Cassella/Chicago Tribune/MCT) MCT

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