Days start somewhere around 6 a.m. with morning prayers in a small chapel attatched to Russell Hall where Sister Eugenia Muething lives but doesn't call home. That's a name reserved for her beloved India. Her faith is her peace in the place she's come to die. 'I like to sing the hymns in the morning, even if I am croaking at them.'

Photo by MICHEL FORTIER, Daily News

Days start somewhere around 6 a.m. with morning prayers in a small chapel attatched to Russell Hall where Sister Eugenia Muething lives but doesn't call home. That's a name reserved for her beloved India. Her faith is her peace in the place she's come to die. "I like to sing the hymns in the morning, even if I am croaking at them."

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