Hildegard Of Bingen And Her Nuns
Born in 1098, Hildegard entered a convent and quickly became known for her religious visions. But while she was devoted to the church, Hildegard was almost as devoted to her nun friends.

For example, there was a young woman named Elisabeth that also experienced visions, and would turn to Hildegard for advice and help, and Richardis, who became something like a daughter to her. She was so close-knit with her group that when Richardis was asked to move to a different monastery, Hildegard went as far as petitioning the Pope to get her to stay. 
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