Mother Marie Swayze featured in October 13's "Coming of Age" section on WHYY
From October 13's Coming of Age feature on WHYY, Philadelphia's public radio station:
First as a nun and then as an Episcopal priest, Marie Swayze was looking for ways to translate her spiritual beliefs, into practical acts of compassion to help the less fortunate. When she noticed that the people coming to her church's food pantry needed more than food, she teamed up with Dr. Lorna Stuart and founded "The Clinic" in Phoenixville, Pennsylvania. Now in its seventh year, the Clinic provides free or "pay what you can" health services to the uninsured. Swayze sees this as the culmination of her life's work.
Watch the photo slideshow at WHYY's web site.