Brides of Christ

Season 1 Episode 1

Diane

0
Aired Unknown Sep 04, 1991 on ABC
9.0
out of 10
User Rating
1 votes

EPISODE REVIEWS
By TV.com Users

Write A Review

Episode Summary

EDIT
Diane
AIRED:
It is 1962 and Diane Markham has just graduated from university in Sydney. She is engaged and has her whole life and career ahead of her. She then stuns everyone around her by annoucing that she is going to enter a convent and devote her life to God. Once at the convent of Santo Spirito, Diane quickly makes herself a special friend in Veronica, who is a country girl with a simple outlook on life, and a possible enemy in the form of the venerable Sister Agnes with whom she regularly clashes. Diane's belief that Christ's teachings are far more important than what the Church fathers have to say in Rome gets her in hot water as does the belief of the convent hierarchy that she has a negative and possibly unhealthy influence on Veronica. After she and Veronica take their first vows and become Sister Catherine and Sister Paul respectively, Diane is transferred to another convent but her spirit is far from broken.moreless

Who was the Episode MVP ?

Monday
No results found.
Tuesday
No results found.
Wednesday
No results found.
Josephine Byrnes

Josephine Byrnes

Diane Markham / Sister Catherine

Brenda Fricker

Brenda Fricker

Sister Agnes

Sandy Gore

Sandy Gore

Mother Ambrose

Lisa Hensley

Lisa Hensley

Veronica Tierney / Sister Paul

Melissa Jaffer

Melissa Jaffer

Sister Attracta

Louise Pajo

Louise Pajo

Jean Markham

Guest Star

Frank Gallacher

Frank Gallacher

Irish Catholic Priest

Guest Star

John Frawley

John Frawley

The Bishop

Guest Star

Penny Stehli

Penny Stehli

Sister Patrick

Recurring Role

Caroline Gilmer

Caroline Gilmer

Sister Philomena

Recurring Role

Michelle Pettigrove

Michelle Pettigrove

Sister Francine

Recurring Role

Episode Discussion

Join the discussion of this episode Episode Discussion

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

See All Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions Trivia & Quotes