Sister Maria Patris used an exercise bike that is in a hallway at  Camilla Hall in Malvern, Pa., during a $19 million  renovation and  expansion of the  retirement facility for members of the Sisters, Servants of the  Immaculate Heart of Mary.
Sister Maria Patris used an exercise bike that is in a hallway at Camilla Hall in Malvern, Pa., during a $19 million renovation and expansion of the retirement facility for members of the Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary. MCT
Sister Maria Patris used an exercise bike that is in a hallway at Camilla Hall in Malvern, Pa., during a $19 million renovation and expansion of the retirement facility for members of the Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary. MCT

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