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Why Do I Never See Nuns Walking Around Anymore?
05-26-2013, 06:46 AM #31
Ruby Wolf Member
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Damn whats up with those bat winged demon horned hats?!

05-26-2013, 06:53 AM #32
Ruby Wolf Member
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As far as I know none of us were immaculately conceived...

Heres my kind of nun,but unfortunately,only existing in my dreams...

Nightmares actually,because i know this reality for some will never be real for me...

05-26-2013, 06:56 AM #33
UniqueStranger Art in my heart
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(05-26-2013, 06:38 AM)Beyond Smolensk Wrote:  My imagination runs wild with thoughts of how intensely erotic I could easily make a pretty nun who hasnt had sex in years feel with inner explosions of wicked lust and animal magnetism that would leave her begging me and praying for more (*-*)

Surely thats another deeply suppressed male fantasy?!

I'll bet anything that even nuns have sex on a regular basis...

They just like to act like they dont...

Well most of them anyways...

Because this angry looking nun below looks like she hasnt had an orgasm in years...


I expect most of the women became nuns to avoid those lustful and lower human traits to seek and hopefully become a higher form of being in this existence.
05-26-2013, 06:57 AM #34
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(05-26-2013, 06:24 AM)UniqueStranger Wrote:  Does anyone remember the singing nun from the early 60's.


I read about her but I've never heard any of her songs and thanx for posting that video...

Remember the flying nun from the 1960s? surely the most unusual television show ever made!

The Flying Nun starring a very young Sally Field was weird beyond bizarre and certainly the strangest popular television show ever made that i use to watch reruns of after school and on the weekends when I was younger and seeing this now is really like stepping into some kind of time machine...

Despite her innocent always smiling happy face,her casually accepted as being normal supernatural flying and levitating abilities,along with their medieval clothing and winged horned hats,I found and still find rather disturbing and frightening and even nightmare inducing...

Watch this and see what I mean... I mean like what the f##k!? >


05-26-2013, 07:04 AM #35
UniqueStranger Art in my heart
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10-02-2013, 06:23 AM #36
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They're still around, but they no longer wear the habit (the traditional outfit you see in the pictures) in a lot of places. Some still wear the veil, and the more conservative orders that confine themselves to convents still wear the full outfit, as do some of the orders that work in places like India, Africa, and South America. During Vatican II, Pope John Paul II said that wearing the habit wasn't mandatory, and since then, most nuns choose not to wear it. Instead, they simply wear modest clothes like slacks, sweaters, or simple dresses.
10-02-2013, 02:27 PM #37
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they are around..doing other things besides teaching..last month when I had my venus line cath removed at a catholic hosp. ........the physician who did the procedure in intensive care radiology is a nun . my mom was a nurse at a catholic hosp. for many years..and some of the nurses were nuns.

"when life gives you lemons..throw them at someone"...Grumpy Cat good.png
10-02-2013, 03:17 PM #38
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I had forgotten about this thread I made back in may...

I still dont see any nuns dressed like nuns walking around anymore...

I use to see them everywhere all the time about twenty years ago and earlier...

Anyone ever see girls dressed up as nuns on halloween?

I never have...

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06-14-2015, 02:56 PM #39
Mieko Honda Incognito Anonymous
I am a young Japanese/American, aged 23, and have often considered becoming a nun, but don't see them around anymore. In my area of the USA (Philadelphia) there are 4 huge convents in the suburbs which serve as the headquarters for 4 Orders of sisters that used to teach or nurse in the Philly srea in dozens of their parish schools or in hispitals they established.
Sixty years ago, nuns were everywhere and staffed thousands of schools and hunreds of hospitals across the USA. Today they are all gone. Why?
Because in 1965 in the Catholic Church there ended Vatican II Council (they met in Rome with the Pope to change the Church into the modern thing it is today). They ruled that nuns should modify their Medieval habits to conform to modern style. Some groups of nuns adopted short skirts in black with little veils....others chose to wear street clothes. Apparently, many nuns didn;t like the changes...they preferred the traditional Medieval habits, so they quit. Young people don't like lay clothes in nuns either....so now, almost no young girl want to be a nun....except to the few Orders which still keep the Medieval nuns habits.....they are gaining new members while the more common lay clothes nuns are all over 76 median age and dying out.
It the disaster of Vatican II in the 1960;s in the Catholic Church never happened, be assured there would still be tons of nuns walking around all over.
It's sad that they have all gone.....but the liberalizing they adopted drove tens of thousands of them away.

As a side comment....some of these observations about by other posters are totally inappropriate and anti-Catholic and bigoted. As a young Catholic, I find it offensive.
06-14-2015, 05:04 PM #40
UniqueStranger Art in my heart
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What I find offensive is the Catholic Church not allowing women to become priests, thus, their only outlet to serve God and their community would be through becoming a nun, of course, without any of the power nor succession of power enjoyed by the male priests.

Quote:Yes, we have challenged and broken the Church's Canon Law 1024, an unjust law that discriminates against women. Despite what some bishops may lead the faithful to believe, our ordinations are valid because we are ordained in apostolic succession within the Roman Catholic Church.

06-14-2015, 05:52 PM #41
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I find all organized religions bloody offensive.

When looked upon soberly (with common basic
thinking skills) they are nothing but hideous
crimes against humanity.
06-14-2015, 05:56 PM #42
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yup.gif That's pretty much what it boils down to...

06-14-2015, 06:00 PM #43
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(06-14-2015, 05:52 PM)Accidental Stoner Wrote:  I find all organized religions bloody offensive.

06-15-2015, 02:25 AM #44
Ruby Wolf Member
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My mother says there still are many nuns walking around...

Its just that they are no longer required to wear their obviously religious nuns clothing...

And so they are blending in with everyone else and thats why there appears to be no more nuns among us in plain sight...

İmage İmage İmage
06-15-2015, 02:40 AM #45
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