"Nuns On The Bus" stop at Palermo's Pizza Plant

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by WDJT Editor

A group of Catholic sisters unloaded their tour bus marked "Nuns On The Bus" in front of the Palermo's Pizza Plant in Milwaukee.
"We heard that there was a union struggle," says Sister Simone Campbell.

The sisters made a stop on their nine-state tour to show support for workers who've been on the picket line for three weeks.
"One of the basic, basic, teachings of Catholic social justice is the right to organize," says Sister Diane Donoghue.

The nuns drive through towns standing up for people they feel are vulnerable and taking issue with Representative Paul Ryan's federal budget proposal. "We don't take sides. What we do talk about is the importance of discussion."

CBS 58's Elizabeth Fay shares the story.

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