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video: Nuns and Brother Flash Mob at Mercymount

Tuesday, February 12, 2013

 

Mercymount Country Day School was the unlikely site for a "flash mob" executed by Nuns, a Brother, and lay teachers. The flash mob was performed as part of Catholic School Week. Students were surprised and delighted at  the Cumberland, Rhode Island school by the rendition of “I say a little prayer.”

The flash mob also included the school’s iconic principal Sister Martha Mulligan.

 

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