Jared Q. Tomanek, a columnist at Ignitum Today, conducted an interview with actress Donna D’Errico. See if you can name what Catholic sacramental she is wearing on her expedition.
JQ Tomanek: Can you give us a little background on yourself? Were you raised Catholic? Where did you grow up? How many children do you have? What is your favorite Southern song? What music do you have on your iPod?
Donna D’Errico: I was born in Dothan, Alabama, while my father was serving a tour of duty in the Vietnam war. He was an army Captain from a big Italian family in Connecticut, and my mom was a sweet Southern belle. After returning from the war, we moved to a city just outside Fort Benning, Georgia named Columbus. My brother, sister, and I were all raised Catholic (my mother converted), and attended Catholic school. Most of my teachers were nuns. There was a convent on the school grounds, and all the nuns wore full habits.
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