Cloistered nuns work to make wafers for communion at Santa Catalina Convent in Arequipa, Peru. The Monasterio de Santa Catalina was built in 1580 and enlarged in the 17th century. The 30 cloistered nuns who live there have jobs and come together seven times during the day for chorus and prayer.
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