An unusual donation will be very helpful to a group of nuns and their ministries.  The brother of a member of the School Sisters of Notre Dame in Baltimore left all his possessions to the religious order when he died earlier this year, and his lawyer informed the nuns that part of this donation was a very rare and much-desired baseball card picturing Pittsburgh Pirate shortstop Honus Wagner.  Wagner played 18 seasons and was one of the original Baseball Hall of Fame inductees.  The card was printed between 1909 and 1911, and only sixty known copies remain.  The card is in such high demand that even though it has some damage, it's expected to bring as much as $200,000, which the nuns say will be used to help their ministries in 35 countries around the world.  In 2007, a near-mint copy of the Honus Wagner card sold for $2.8 million, the highest price ever paid for a trading card collectible.