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* WeddingDay: For the nuns when they become brides of the church. In the second episode, Frances's mother is married in a registry office. Paul attends two weddings in Episode 5, a family wedding in her hometown and the wedding of her landlords daughter.

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* WeddingDay: For the nuns when they become brides of the church. In the second episode, Frances's mother is married in a registry office. Paul attends two weddings in Episode 5, a family wedding in her hometown and the wedding of her landlords daughter.


* AltumVidetur: Well, this is about the Catholic Church...


* Rosemary Fitzgerald: A HormoneAddledTeenager from a strict Catholic family. Her episode is about her awakening sexuality and her idolisation of Brigid's brother Dominic (played by RussellCrowe) and her between the morals she is taught at home and school and the growing freedom of TheSixties. She is expelled at the end of the episode and in the next one is pregnant.

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* Rosemary Fitzgerald: A HormoneAddledTeenager from a strict Catholic family. Her episode is about her awakening sexuality and her idolisation of Brigid's brother Dominic (played by RussellCrowe) Creator/RussellCrowe) and her between the morals she is taught at home and school and the growing freedom of TheSixties. She is expelled at the end of the episode and in the next one is pregnant.


''Brides of Christ'' is a 1991 [[TheABC ABC]] Australian miniseries set in a convent and a Catholic girls boarding school in Sydney in TheSixties. It begins with two young women, Diane and Veronica, entering the convent of Santo Spirito and later becoming Sisters Catherine and Paul. Many of the issues of the time are brought up like Vatican II, contraception, UsefulNotes/TheVietnamWar and teenage pregnancy.

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''Brides of Christ'' is a 1991 [[TheABC [[Creator/TheABC ABC]] Australian miniseries set in a convent and a Catholic girls boarding school in Sydney in TheSixties. It begins with two young women, Diane and Veronica, entering the convent of Santo Spirito and later becoming Sisters Catherine and Paul. Many of the issues of the time are brought up like Vatican II, contraception, UsefulNotes/TheVietnamWar and teenage pregnancy.


* Diane/Sister Catherine: A {{feminis|m}}t and FieryRedhead. The first and last episodes are from her point of view where we see her begins the postulancy to become a nun and eventually leave due to her difference of opinion with the Catholic Church on contraception.

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* Diane/Sister Catherine: A {{feminis|m}}t UsefulNotes/{{feminis|m}}t and FieryRedhead. The first and last episodes are from her point of view where we see her begins the postulancy to become a nun and eventually leave due to her difference of opinion with the Catholic Church on contraception.


* Diane/Sister Catherine: A [[Feminism feminist]] and FieryRedhead. The first and last episodes are from her point of view where we see her begins the postulancy to become a nun and eventually leave due to her difference of opinion with the Catholic Church on contraception.

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* Diane/Sister Catherine: A [[Feminism feminist]] {{feminis|m}}t and FieryRedhead. The first and last episodes are from her point of view where we see her begins the postulancy to become a nun and eventually leave due to her difference of opinion with the Catholic Church on contraception.


* Diane/Sister Catherine: A {{Feminism feminist}} and FieryRedhead. The first and last episodes are from her point of view where we see her begins the postulancy to become a nun and eventually leave due to her difference of opinion with the Catholic Church on contraception.

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* Diane/Sister Catherine: A {{Feminism feminist}} [[Feminism feminist]] and FieryRedhead. The first and last episodes are from her point of view where we see her begins the postulancy to become a nun and eventually leave due to her difference of opinion with the Catholic Church on contraception.


* LesYay: Diane and Veronica during their postulancy. Agnes and Ambrose split them up.


* DawsonCasting: Naomi Watts was 23 when the series premiered in 1991.


''Series/BridesOfChrist'' is a 1991 [[TheABC ABC]] Australian miniseries set in a convent and a Catholic girls boarding school in Sydney in TheSixties. It begins with two young women, Diane and Veronica, entering the convent of Santo Spirito and later becoming Sisters Catherine and Paul. Many of the issues of the time are brought up like Vatican II, contraception, UsefulNotes/TheVietnamWar and teenage pregnancy.

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''Series/BridesOfChrist'' ''Brides of Christ'' is a 1991 [[TheABC ABC]] Australian miniseries set in a convent and a Catholic girls boarding school in Sydney in TheSixties. It begins with two young women, Diane and Veronica, entering the convent of Santo Spirito and later becoming Sisters Catherine and Paul. Many of the issues of the time are brought up like Vatican II, contraception, UsefulNotes/TheVietnamWar and teenage pregnancy.

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* GenderBlenderName: When the nuns take religious names, they choose a saint of either gender. So while there is Suster Catherine and Sister Agnes, we also get Sister Paul, Sister Patrick and Mother Ambrose.


* MoralGuardians: Sister Agnes makes the girls rule lines through several pages of ''{{Othello}}'' when Catherine points out a scene that refers to sex. And later when they are rehearsing ''Theatre/TwelfthNight'' , Frances' recently-divorced mother offers to help, but they shut her out.

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* MoralGuardians: Sister Agnes makes the girls rule lines through several pages of ''{{Othello}}'' ''Theatre/{{Othello}}'' when Catherine points out a scene that refers to sex. And later when they are rehearsing ''Theatre/TwelfthNight'' , Frances' recently-divorced mother offers to help, but they shut her out.


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-->''That's the way it was with these women. When you called into question everything they stood for, when you spat, complained and argued, they returned love. I was surrounded by strong, luminous women intent on doing good.'' - Catherine

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->''That's
the way it was with these women. When you called into question everything they stood for, when you spat, complained and argued, they returned love. I was surrounded by strong, luminous women intent on doing good.'' - Catherine
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* WeddingDay: For the nuns when they become brides of the church. In the second episode, Frances's mother is married in a registry office. Paul attends two weddings in Episode 5, a family wedding in her hometown and the wedding of her landlords daughter.

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* WeddingDay: For the nuns when they become brides of the church. In the second episode, Frances's mother is married in a registry office. Paul attends two weddings in Episode 5, a family wedding in her hometown and the wedding of her landlords daughter.daughter.

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* Frances Heffernan: Played by NaomiWatts in one of her first roles. Her parents are [[AmicableExes amicably divorced]] and her point of view episode focuses on the effects of this and her mother's remarriage, despite the disapproval from the church and other parents.

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* Frances Heffernan: Played by NaomiWatts Creator/NaomiWatts in one of her first roles. Her parents are [[AmicableExes amicably divorced]] and her point of view episode focuses on the effects of this and her mother's remarriage, despite the disapproval from the church and other parents.


* TheTalk: Rosemary is caught giving one to her little sister, then when her mother complains Rosemary reminds her that her mother never gave her the talk at all. This talk has UnfortunateImplications.

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* TheTalk: Rosemary is caught giving one to her little sister, then when her mother complains Rosemary reminds her that her mother never gave her the talk at all. This talk has UnfortunateImplications.

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