Sister Maurice, AA, NH 2002 * Download *


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Original recording by ReXark from a 2002 picnic in Plymouth, New Hampshire, USA.
148 MB MP3 File
1 Hour 12 Minutes Total Length


Original recording by ReXark and Mark Urso, from a 2002 picnic at Plymouth 12+12 Rehab in Plymouth, New Hampshire, USA.

One of AA s best-known and most-beloved presenters, Sister Maurice’s positive energy and wit are well known among those in recovery. Speaking before about 500 in Plymouth, NH, she talks about her experiences with drinking, her friendship with her friend, Sister Rose, and how she finally, in April 1971, started her new life without alcohol. This talk is appropriate for both AA and Al-Anon, as Sr. Maurice talks about how Rose has been involved her staying sober.

Engaging and entertaining, fun and educational!

This talk was given on a beautiful day in New Hampshire, USA, on the feast day of Saint Maurice, the Sister’s patron saint!

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God bless, and Enjoy!

Top Customer Reviews

By HMMM on August 28, 2016

Smooth business transaction, Love Love Love Sister Maurice!

By Yerry on April 23, 2014

One of the best most insightful speakers I have ever heard. Stand up comics could take lessons from this nun as she skillfully presents the horrors of addiction with complete honesty.

By jonit on July 5, 2014

What a story! Excellent for any person interested in what alcohol can do to a person, and the gift of recovery!