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SOUND: Kitchen noise, peeling onions Anna King: The sisters receive some donations but they also work to support themselves.This day the nuns peeled tubs of onions to make traditional Greek food to sell in their cafe. And they make pastries, soaps and candles to sell on their Web site.Did you know there's a place in the Pacific Northwest where people only speak Greek, eat Greek food and pray all day for the salvation of the world? Correspondent Anna King lived in the monastery for two days to bring us this story.In the pine-dotted mountains just north of Goldendale, Washington, 18 women live in a different time. Anna King: So I am looking at my phone here and it's about p.m.
That would create more room for more sisters to join them in their life of solitary work and prayer.and I am headed to bed because I'm getting up at four in the morning which is when the services start. The only thing is that the sisters get up at like 2 a.m. SOUND: Cell phone alarm Anna King: When my cell phone alarm went off at 4 a.m.and start doing their own prayers in their own room in prostration before they get up and do services at 4 a.m. I was so sleepy I accidently used a tube of face cream as toothpaste.After washing my mouth out and pulling on a long dress and a headscarf, I headed through the dark woods to the chapel for morning prayers with the nuns.