Baseball-Loving Nuns In Texas Keep The Faith

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The whole point of faith is to hold a belief when you have no solid evidence to support it. For almost 40 years, two Catholic nuns have had faith in the Texas Rangers. They've had season tickets since 1972. They're so devoted, they now have Parking Space No. 1. The Rangers never came close to the World Series until this year. Now they're down 3-1, within a game of elimination — but no doubt the sisters still believe.

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The whole point of faith is to hold a belief when you have no solid evidence to support it. For decades, two Catholic nuns have had faith in the Texas Rangers. They've had season tickets since 1972. They're so devoted, they now have parking space number one. The Rangers never came close to the World Series until this year. Now they're down three games to one, within a game of elimination - but no doubt, the sisters still believe.

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