'Yvonne Swift was a distinctive nun from the start – arriving at Sacre Coeur, Rose Bay, at 10pm in ball gown to enter the novitiate. The novice who greeted her could only wonder how long she would last. As Edmund Campion's crisp, admiring biography reveals, she lasted a lifetime. She grew up in Melbourne and studied law at Melbourne University in the 1930s, eventually becoming principal of Sacre Coeur. ...'