Grew up… outside the church. Sister Peter Marie was married before she became a nun. She found her faith after her husband was murdered by an inmate of Oswald State Penitentiary, or “Oz.”
Living… for Christ. Sister Peter Marie gave up worldly pleasures after the death of her husband to do the Lord’s work. She spends most of her time in Oz, counseling the prisoners on their addictions and psychological problems.
Profession… drug counselor at Oz. Her job involves more than mere counseling, though. As she tells a prisoner, “Don’t think of me as a psychologist. Don’t think of me as a nun. Think of me as your mother.”
Interests… helping to rehabilitate the inmates. Even though a prisoner killed her husband, Sister Peter Marie still has faith in the U.S. penal system. She believes that the inmates are not here to be punished, but helped. She wants to make sure that prisoners are fit to re-enter society.
Relationship Status… widowed. Now, Sister Peter Marie is “married” to Christ.
Challenge… fighting the draconian rule of Governor Devlin, who wants to reinstate the death penalty. Sister Peter Marie will do anything to stop what she sees as a cruel and unusual punishment for her prisoners: “Christ was executed, you know. And if he hadn’t been, the world would be a very different place.”
Personality… tough. Sister Peter Marie knows that one has to keep a hard outer shell on display for the prisoners. As one of the few female staff members, she tends to receive more abuse than most others. The inmates don’t tend to respect any uniforms, not even a nun’s habit.
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