Forty years ago, Rosanne Greco was a young novice at a Catholic college in New Jersey.
At 21, while considering her calling in life, she had a lot of questions, including one about a policy at the college that limited friendships among women. It was called the "particular friendship" policy.
"I thought what it meant was that you were uncharitable," Greco said. "You could never have two girls together alone, ever. If we wanted to go out for a walk you had to have at least three."
Greco and her friends suspected that the policy was in place to prevent them from getting too close, and Greco decided to take a stand.
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