http://money.msn.com/top-stocks/post.aspx?post=1a51e8d8-8c45-4320-b8ee-e4473c3691a7>1=33002 Nuns outraged by Goldman Sachs 4 orders of nuns have submitted a challenge over the way the bank pays its executives. You've really hit a low point when you get called out by nuns. That's what's happening to Goldman Sachs (GS), a firm that, coincidentally, describes itself as doing "God's work." Four orders of nuns are all investors in Goldman Sachs, and have sent the bank a formal challenge over the excessive ways the bank compensates employees, The Guardian reports. Goldman's top five employees received $69.5 million last year. The nuns -- Sisters of Saint Joseph of Boston, Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur, Sisters of St. Francis of Philadelphia and the Benedictine Sisters of Mt. Angel -- have asked that shareholders demand the board review the company's executive compensation policies. They also want a report of that review by October.