Saturday, 22 June 2013

Liturgical dancing was the norm long before Vatican II

In the 14th century, St Beryl formed an order of nuns, known as the Berylians,  who soon became known as 'the leaping nuns' due to their spiritual practice of leaping.

The vintage clip below shows the Mother Superior, circa 1965, being interviewed from their only convent in Britain, in Norwich.