American sitcom vehicle for Sally Field as Sister Bertrille, a nun with a very special ability. Based on the book "The Fifteenth Pelican" by Tere Rios.
Sister Sixto's uncle uses Sister Bertrille to help him catch fish.
To save his casino from gangsters, Carlos turns it over to the convent.
Sister Bertrille saves an old landlubber when he sets out on a 1000 mile voyage to Miami.
A lonesome Jewish girl comes to stay at Convent San Tanco and decides to become a nun just like Sister Bertrille.
A homely teenager gets a crush on Carlos.
Sister Bertrille sets a trap for the casino thieves.
Soon after a monkey arrives at the convent, Sister Bertrille is suspected of theft.
Sister Bertrille buys a music-loving cow for the convent.
An accident-prone monk works on Carlos' income tax.
Captain Gaspar Fomento warns that he'll have to issue a summons unless the convent repairs a rut in the driveway.
The nuns try to go into busness again, this time they have Sister Sixto baking bread.
The convent inherits a dry goods store and hires Carlos' cousin Luis to run it.
Sister Bertrille unwittingly invites a horde of Carlos' relatives to San Tanco.
Sister Bertrille takes charge of the convent's baseball team. (Guest stars: Don Drysdale and Willie Davis)
Sister Bertrille lets fame go to her head after a television executive takes notice of her talents.
Sister Bertrille pairs a shy priest up with Carlos's comedy writer friend before a sermon.
Sister Bertrille plays matchmaker for an estranged couple so they can be a family for their baby.
An orphan boy decides that he wants Carlos to be his father, so he places an ad in the newspaper so Carlos can have a bride and a mother.
Sister Bertrille is caught in the middle of a standoff between angry picketers and the company's management.
A tabloid reporter is determined to get a scoop on reports of a flying nun, which could mean trouble for both the convent and Sister Bertrille.