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Sisters of Mary on GSN American Bible Challenge


The American Bible Challenge season two
Last August, GSN introduced a new game show titled, “The American Bible Challenge” hosted by comedian Jeff Foxworthy where teams compete by answering questions based on the best-selling book of all time, The Holy Bible.  Instead of playing for personal riches, cash prizes are awarded to charitable organizations selected by the teams. The questions are posed in an entertaining and humorous way, ranging from the (seems to be) obvious to the obscure. 

If you’re one of the over 13 million viewers who tuned in last fall, you might be excited to know that Season 2 premieres tomorrow night, Thursday, March 21, at 8 p.m. central time.

Sneak previews available online reveal that a trio of habited sisters from The Dominican Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist, will compete as Team Sisters of Mary, for retired sisters of the order.  In the previews, Sister Peter Joseph (novice), Sister Maria Suso (professed sisters) and Sister Evangeline (novice) bear happy smiles even as the tattoo artists “Anointed Ink” from my hometown are faster on the buzzer.   (Start at 5:22 in the below video)


 
I’m looking forward to seeing the whole episode tomorrow night because each team always has a moving story on what being Christian means to them. I also can’t wait to see how the Sisters rise to the challenge and how the other teams respond to competing against them.

 Check out the sisters in the Season 2 preview here: http://youtu.be/CwRK4T5lBg4

 

 

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