This pope symbolizes hope for a deeper connection with the people of the world in a way that speaks to who I am, how I think and the way I live my life in the service of others. Even from the earliest years in elementary school, I always had the desire to be a nun. I was raised Catholic in a very traditional West Indian family. My brother and I were the first in our family born in the U. I attended St. On weekends in high school, I worked in the rectory of our church and grew to have a deeper connection and love for the religious life the sisters lived.
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The monks all seemed as gay as a flock of geese carrying baskets of kittens in their beaks, and for the filmed ritual dance most of them dressed as girls and fluttered around. So while I don't assume that every monk of every religion is gay, I certainly don't assume they're straight. I remember an Irish nun named sister Eileen who was far too bitter and mean to ever have gotten laid by a woman or a man. Her students would have been so much better off if she had been bumping some cat. The priest in that same parish, Peter, on the other hand, was happy as hell having a torrid affair with a good friend of mine. As a Catholic, I am a little upset with Peter for breaking his vows, and now I tend to think, when the priest, any priest, is holding up the host and transforming the bread into the body of Christ, 'Where have those dirty hands been? One was openly gay, the other was straight.
Lesbian Nuns: Breaking Silence
It is non-fiction-- the stories of 50 lesbians who were nuns, some were still nuns too. I found it really interesting to hear about how there was a word used to describe, and chastise women for developing close, intimate relationships inside the convent, "particular friendships. Although some of the women engaged in physical relationships with other nuns on the inside, most abstained wh This is NOT lesbian erotic pulp fiction.