Cui resistite fortes fide
This was an interesting article but the Mail website unleashed the usual anti-Catholic and anti-Religion bile by printing it. One comment however did make me smile when it said that the lady has probably chosen the best option!
Fr Robert Barron referred to the story of the Soho lady who went to confession in St Patrick's Soho Square with Fulton Sheen and afterwards joined the nuns at Tyburn. Just goes to show that everyone we meet no matter what their lifestyle is a potential saint for whom we can pray:)
I saw her in the documentary film on Mother Dolores, "God is the bigger Elvis". I was unaware that she had been Cameron's girlfriend.
God writes straight with crooked lines.These tales of conversion are for us to consider and add those converted to our prayers, as Satan attacks them with increased fervor due their conversion.Pray for Priests, Nuns, and Religious.Pray for the Holy Father.*
"Only at the end of this apprenticeship will she be eligible to take holy orders and assume the title of ‘Mother’...."Er no, Ms. Graham and Ms. Churcher, nuns don't 'take holy orders' - they take Vows. Nor are they automatically given the title of 'Mother' upon Solemn Profession. That only happens if they become Mother Superior of a community. Otherwise they are known simply as 'Sister'.But this is the Mail. Should I expect detailed knowledge of Religious Life from secular reporters? Probably not.
The poor girl,her neck will be broken before she could ever get over it.Most of those who voted for him will be running for the hills in a couple of years.
This is hardly surprising is it? I should think a close encounter with call-me-Dave would drive anyone to drink or the convent, sometimes both.
Does anyone know why Mother Dolores (Dolores Hart, the actress who had appeared in films with Elvis in the 70s) in the film wears a Che Guevara beret over her veil?
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