It's been awhile but I saw these films on Sister Clare Crockett, she was very charismatic I thought: Clare Crockett - Wikipedia Clare Theresa Crockett (14 November 1982 – 16 April 2016) was a Catholic nun and former actress from Northern Ireland. ... She joined an acting agency at 14 and got her first job at 15. She worked as a theater actor, writer and director, and as a tv presenter for Channel 4. She was a self-confessed wild child during her teenage years and loved to go partying. She wanted to become a famous actress after a role in the Jimmy McGovern film Sunday, directed by Charles McDougall, which depicted the 1972 Bloody Sunday massacre in Northern Ireland. ... Death On 16 April 2016, while she was playing the guitar and singing with her companions, the house where she was staying collapsed due to the 2016 Ecuador earthquake. Hours later she was found lifeless under the rubble. She died due to multiple injuries, in a community of Riochico, Portoviejo, Ecuador. Her remains were flown from Ecuador two weeks after her death back to her home town of Derry and were laid to rest in the City Cemetery. Since her death, the story of her life has become known to many and she has been an inspiration for her womanhood and for her exceptional commitment to her vocation. Legacy The movie All Or Nothing summarizes her life. In 2020, a house-sized mural commemorating Sister Clare was unveiled near her home in Derry, and a sister in her religious order published a biography of her. Miracles Healings and fertility miracles have been attributed to her after people prayed for her intercession and there have been calls for her to be made a saint. Usually a beatification process doesn’t begin until at least 5 years after a person’s death. In January 2021 her order said that they have begun "to take steps in view of opening the cause” of her beatification, but that it also depends on the local ecclesial authorities in Ecuador, as set out in the Catholic Church's relevant document, Sanctorum Mater.  Movie: Report, shorter: Very much modern day....very lovely. This impressed me. As a male, I tend to think some of these films, yes, are more geared towards women... but the Church appeals to all. I watched some of that St. Philip Neri movie, it was good but seemed a bit oriented towards youth I thought. But I think most should at least know about Sister Clare Crockett.