‘The Sisterhood’: Real discernment or ‘reality TV’?

‘The Sisterhood’: Real discernment or ‘reality TV’?

Sister Caryn Crook, OSF writes:

Popular media never gets religious life right. It is so countercultural that it can seem judgmental, pious, unobtainable and focused on what a sister gives up and not what she gains. Also, reality TV is a misnomer. It is created with canned shots, scripted dialogues, editing for a specific outcome, ensuring that there is enough drama to sell the program. Reality TV can destroy a person’s self worth all in the name of entertainment and profit margins. But after watching the first episode, I have to admit…

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