A shocking incident happened at a convent in Michigan that claimed the lives of thirteen sisters.
The cause of their death was identified to be the Corona-virus.
It was tragic that the virus made its way into the Felician sisters convent and managed to spread among the nuns like wildfire. This incident has, without a doubt, become the worst pandemic in the history of the modern world.
It was a horrific sight when most of the sisters died the same month they were infected. The remaining survivors express their wish for the world to know precisely how the virus is. They also wanted to inform the world of the importance of using masks. A large number of the deceased sisters were between the ages of 69 to 99 years. The news of their death shocked and broke the hearts of the world. These sisters belonged to the congregation of the sisters of St Felix of Cantalice.
This convent is located in the state of Michigan in a place called Livonia. The nuns that died were a big part of the daily workings of the Roman Catholic Convent. It was a significant loss to both the congregation and the convent as a whole. They lost distinctive authors, instinctive teachers, and even the secretary from the Vatican secretariat.