Nuns and women recently released from prison live at Journey House on Beacon Hill where the former inmates get on their feet. Rose McLarney (left) is board chairwoman of Journey to a New Life; Georgia Walker (standing) is executive director.
Nuns and women recently released from prison live at Journey House on Beacon Hill where the former inmates get on their feet. Rose McLarney (left) is board chairwoman of Journey to a New Life; Georgia Walker (standing) is executive director. Jill Toyoshiba jtoyoshiba@kcstar.com
Nuns and women recently released from prison live at Journey House on Beacon Hill where the former inmates get on their feet. Rose McLarney (left) is board chairwoman of Journey to a New Life; Georgia Walker (standing) is executive director. Jill Toyoshiba jtoyoshiba@kcstar.com

Nuns, women from prison form a family at Journey House

December 26, 2015 09:23 AM

UPDATED December 26, 2015 07:21 PM

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