This Group Of Nuns In Connecticut Produces Some Of The Best Cheese Around
Many people aren’t familiar with the Abbey of Regina Laudis. The group was founded in 1947 as one of the first Benedictine group of nuns in the United States. A man named Robert Leather so treasured a wooded hill in Bethlehem, Connecticut that he wanted it to always remain a sacred place. He donated the plot of land to the group of nuns, and they have been there ever since. The nuns have cultivated a working farm on the property, which is now 450 acres. Today, the Abbey of Regina Laudis is well-known for their amazing cheese.
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