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Sister Karen's "Keeper of the Keys"

By Eileen Buckley

Buffalo, NY – The Buffalo community is trying to create some good out of the tragic death of Sister Karen Klimczak. The Catholic nun was murdered last month by a parolee.

Antwan Diggs was considered Sister Karen's "right hand man." He remained with her even after he got his life back on track when he was ready to leave the Bissonette House. Diggs is on the board of directors at the Bissonette House.

Diggs talked with WBFO's Eileen Buckley about his relationship with the nun as he helped distribute her non-violence peace signs to members of the community. Click the "listen" icon above to hear their conversation now or use your podcasting software to download it to your computer or iPod.