Seeing Sister Bertrille fly, a man takes it as an omen of death.
Sister Bertrille tries to save a playground.
When Sister Bertrille runs into a couple of musicians, the notes turn sour.
A world famous matador finds out that being a handyman isn't the handiest way to learn English.
Sister Bertrille wins a washing machine by appearing in a commercial.
Carlos' foster child arrives and turns out to be a beautiful girl.
Sister Bertrille starts flying in her sleep.
Sister Bertrille befriends a dog and a plumber and gets Carlos into hot water.
The convent loses its biggest prankster, but Joey finds a father and a new home.
Sister Bertrille stages a pageant and discovers a new Columbus.
The convent gets a pool table and Sister Bertrille winds up behind the eight ball.
Sister Bertrille's sister, a doctor, pays a visit.
Sister Bertrille substitutes as an advice columnist.
Sister Bertrille recruits substitute fathers for orphan boys.
Sister Bertrille proves crime can pay, and goes to jail to prove it.
The convent arranges a benefit show and the personal appearance of a silent film star.
The sisters get new habits, and Sister Bertrille is unable to fly.
The sisters trade a brass bed for a donkey.
Miraculous gifts appear after the convent hires an old handyman.
A journalist, disguised as a priest, photographs Sister Bertrille in flight.
Carlos' staff goes on strike, and the nuns serve customers.
A little orphan wants Carlos to adopt him.
Sister Bertrille has to prove who owns a baby left on the doorstep.
Sister Bertrille gives a shy priest the confidence to face San Tanco.
Sister Bertrille almost becomes an overnight sensation in show business.
Sister Bertrille manages the convent baseball team to a great moral victory.
A poor man donates a lottery ticket to the convent.
Sister Bertrille unwittingly invites a horde of Carlos' relatives to San Tanco.
The convent inherits a dry goods store and hires Carlos' cousin to run it.
To solve the convent's financial problems, the sisters take up baking.
A zealous police captain anxiously awaits a surprise birthday party.
Sister Bertrille must protect an accident-prone monk.
The convent buys a cow which doesn't give milk.
The sisters care for Carlos' monkey for a few days.
An old boyfriend feels Sister Bertrille became a nun because he jilted her.
Shysters use the nuns and Uncle Reggie to rob the casino.
Sister Bertrille's uncle arrives and goes to work for Carlos.
Sister Bertrille and Mother Superior appear in a benefit show.
The owner decides to sell the land on which the convent is built.
Carlos must have a wife and children to present to his grandmother.
Sister Bertrille tries to keep from flying off during solemn ceremonies.
Fomento suspects Sister Bertrille of robbing parking meters.
The nuns support a shady politician in a case of mistaken identities, after believing that their benefactor is really a scam artist.
A fugitive bank robber hides out at the convent when Sister Bertrille is alone with a sick boy while the others are at a charity event.
A tourist thinks Sister Bertrille is an invader from outer space when he sees her flying.
Sister Bertrille gets an ancient organ for the convent with surprising results.
A movie star feels she has had a religious experience after she is saved from drowning.
Carlos's incompetent cousin Luis mismanages a business venture that sends the convent into the red and Sister Bertrille into the blue.
A psychologist hypnotizes The Rev. Mother and Sister Bertrille.
The nuns help a compulsive gambler win cash for his upcoming wedding.
A police captain is sure the nuns are running a gambling operation.
Sister Bertrille writes a song to raise money for the convent.
Sister Bertrille is becalmed on an island with castaways Carlos and April.
The convent children adopt a dog -- an accomplished pickpocket.
One of the students develops a crush on Carlos.
A Marine captain wants to court-martial Carlos.
The convent inherits a prizefighter who hates to fight.
Carlos' goddaughter wants to become a nun.
Sister Bertrille makes a case for adult education with an elderly grocer as her first pupil.
Sister Bertrille saves an old landlubber when he sets out on a 1,000-mile voyage.
A gambler thinks Sister Bertrille brings him good luck.
To save his casino from gangsters, Carlos turns it over to the convent.
Sister Bertrille becomes a fish spotter for an old fisherman.
A little boy believes that Sister Bertrille is his mother returning from Heaven.
Sister Bertrille helps an accident-prone brother to fix up the library.
Sister Bertrille is determined to grant the wishes of an aged nun.
Sister Bertrille is trapped in a mine with an escaped prisoner.
Sister Bertrille and the first grade class are lost in a storm.
Sister Bertrille, caught between rival villages, is mistaken for a saint.
An orphan feels he can fly if he wears Sister Bertrille's cornette.
Sister Bertrille accidentally interrupts a gangsters' meeting.
A lovesick pelican causes difficulty between Sister Bertrille and the Mother Superior.
The nuns bottle grape juice to raise money.
Mother Superior hires a gangster's girlfriend as secretary.
Sister Bertrille rescues a parrot with a colorful vocabulary.
Despite training in psychology, a young priest cannot cope with the problems of Convent San Tanco.
Sister Bertrille is faced with having to leave the convent when she breaks a stained-glass window.
Sister Bertrille tries to find a replacement for the convent bell, which has cracked.
Sister Bertrille gets swindled after going to a greedy car salesman to get a new station wagon for San Tanco.
Carlos, a playboy sees Sister Bertrille flying, which leads him to believe he's having religious visions and to change his lifestyle.
Sister Bertrille (Sally Field), arrives at Convent San Tanco in Puerto Rico, where the constant swirling winds around the convent give her the power to fly.