Sr. Lynn D'Souza, '94 is a Benedictine Sister in Clyde, MO, with the Benedictine Sisters of Perpetual Adoration. She graduated from A&M with a degree in biochemistry and then entered the convent (aka - the monastery) in Clyde. While there, she was the key person to help invent the low-gluten host used by those people who suffer from Celiac disease, which is an intolerance to gluten found in wheat. The host has been approved for use by the Vatican and the sisters are the only ones who make them (patent pending).
I found a great video of her story done by PBS. I thought I might share it and her blog.
Gig 'em Sr. Lynn!