Group of nuns go sledding in Central Park as Winter Storm Kenan blankets NYC

These nuns went flying in Central Park!

A group of nuns from the Sisters of Life retreated to the park Saturday morning for a brief sledding break.

Three of the sisters, in their white habits and snow boots, sat on a circular sled as another gave them a push. They squealed in delight as they zoomed downhill, tumbling off at the bottom.

A group of nuns from Sisters of Life went sledding in Central Park.
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Nuns sledding
“To the baptism!” yelled one of the nuns after she sled down the hill.
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The nuns operate a crisis pregnancy center in lower Manhattan and have a convent in the UES.
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Kenan dumped over eight inches of snow in NYC by Saturday morning.
Kenan dumped over eight inches of snow in NYC by Saturday morning.
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“OK. To the baptism!” one of the nuns exclaimed after the quick ride was over.

The nuns have a crisis pregnancy help center in Lower Manhattan and a convent on the Upper East Side.

The winter storm, which was named Kenan, had dumped more than eight inches of snow on Central Park by late morning.