Nun sex story
My best friend asked me if I wanted to be an altar boy with him. The first mass went well and after, Jimmy and I cleaned up and sure enough, we were alone in the storage room where they kept the communion wine. We were both just young teens so we jerked off all the time. We sat in some chairs and pulled our pants down. We were just really getting into it when sister Mary walked in. In the church!
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Nice quiet evening was interrupted with a church bell. It was time for the evening prayer. Nuns gathered into the main building, where late meeting was held. Sister Mary was slightly behind, convulsively looking for something.
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At sixteen she was only in her second year of the novitiate, a trainee nun who had to bob her head to the full-fledged sisters when she met them in the corridors of the convent or when they entered the classroom at the start of a lesson. If she thought of herself as Sister Angela, it was because her vocation to the order was so strong and certain within her, and she was so completely sure that when she finished her novitiate she would take full vows and become a bride of Christ. In the meantime, she led a life of strict chastity, self-denial and obedience, in competition with the other novices but more importantly with herself to be as blameless, selfless and spiritually spotless as she possibly could.
Sister Mary, who left her Catholic congregation in Kerala 13 years ago after 40 years of nunhood, is likely to raise her storm with her book on the church. Two others, a former nun and priest, had caused controversy with their books earlier. In a biographical sketch titled Nanma Niranjavare Swasthi , to be released next week, she heaps more ignominy on the Church. She also talks about the miserable sense of abandonment, rathen than sacrifice or service, that some of the nuns feel. For the Catholic church in Kerala which is already under attack with a wide range of allegations ranging from oppression of its nuns, abuse, suicides and inappropriate sexual behaviour, the new book will certainly be further bad publicity.