A story in memory of Soledad O’Brien’s mother, Estela Marquetti O’Brien.

Estela Marquetti was just a teenager when she left Cuba for the United States. When she arrived, she lived with the Oblate Sisters of Providence in Baltimore, the first Roman Catholic sisterhood established by the descendants of African slaves. Matter of Fact takes a look at the order and why the Oblate sisters are hoping for a miracle. 


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