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Dolores HART

Dolores HART - she was Elvis' on screen kiss but left Hollywood to be a nun in Connecticut

(via Jennifer MacDonald) EWTN: July 26-28, 6:30 PM ET (30 min) "A very special 3-episode EWTN miniseries interview. Doug Keck talks with Mother Dolores Hart about her early life and conversion to Catholicism, her luminous and seemingly effortless ascent to Hollywood fame, the sensation she and the young Elvis Presley..."

(via Jennifer MacDonald) EWTN: July 26-28, 6:30 PM ET (30 min) "A very special 3-episode EWTN miniseries interview. Doug Keck talks with Mother Dolores Hart about her early life and conversion to Catholicism, her luminous and seemingly effortless ascent to Hollywood fame, the sensation she and the young Elvis Presley..."

Dolores Hart... Actress, filmed with Elvis, engaged to be married, gave her life to the Lord as a Sister.

Dolores Hart Holds the unique distinction of being the only nun to be a voting member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.

Before and after ... Rev. Mother Dolores Hart (born October 20, 1938, Chicago, Illinois) is an American Roman Catholic nun and former actress. She made 10 films in five years, playing opposite Stephen Boyd, Montgomery Clift, George Hamilton and Robert Wagner, having made her movie debut with Elvis Presley in Loving You (1957).[1][2]

Mother Dolores Hart is an American Roman Catholic nun & former films in 5 yrs playing opposite Montgomery Clift, George Hamilton & Robert Wagner. Her movie debut was with Elvis Presley in Loving You

Lovely signed close-up of Dolores Hart who became a cloistered Benedictine nun.

Lovely signed close-up of Dolores Hart who became a cloistered Benedictine nun.

DOLORES HART 8X10" PHOTO #E1619 | eBay

Lovely close-up of Dolores Hart during her brief Hollywood career

Dolores Hart, who quit show business to become a nun.

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Floribeth Mora Diaz, the Costa Rican woman whose inexplicable cure has been attributed to the intercession of Blessed John Paul II, is seen giving her testimony to the media

Floribeth Mora Diaz, the Costa Rican woman whose inexplicable cure has been attributed to the intercession ofSaint John Paul II, is seen giving her testimony to the media

Dolores Hart, Nun, Vintage Beauty, Catholic, Roman Catholic

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