22nd July 06:21
On Nuns' Habits & Burkas
Ha ha, nice article Ardal (comme toujours). Reminds me of my crush on
the young nun who taught biology in 6th grade. She wore a skirt, no
hosiery, and boy she did blush when she got to the topic of human
***uality. ;~) In my youthful naïvité I had thought it was because il
Papa-really-does-not-know-best had brainwashed her into believing that
talking about ***, much less doing it, was a dirty necessity. She
would smile at me, blush beet red, then cast her eyes down, whenever
(as always) I answered her *** questions correctly. Looking back, I
now realize she was really flirting with me and that she had been
embarrassed because she had some personal knowledge and experience in
the matter. To be sure, the old, ugly, ***-starved, spinster
********** nuns who would hit the other kids with a ruler or yardstick
even (never me as I was The Saint ;~) were the "rule" and not the
exception, but I shall always fondly remember Sister Colleen. Oh, and
let's not forget Sally Field, The Flying Nun and Gidget! To this day,
she *still* looks GOD DAMN FINE!
On Nuns' Habits & Burkas: The islamisation of the papacy by F. Ardal
Xavier O'Donnell, S.J.
It is not without coincidence that the ***ist racist altar-boy loving
papacy pontificated and decreed that nuns shall wear habits lest the
females' God-given assets tempt them into hetero***uality.
Likewise -- and different only in degree -- is the ***ist muslim
concept that muslim women must wear those scary looking burkas lest
they be subject to muslim gang ****s, stonings and/or "honor
Christians (but Catholics especially) must remember, however, that
Jesus revealed himself to Mary Magdalene both ***ually (as her lover)
as well as spiritually (as in the Resurrection). The aptly named
movie, Magdalene Sisters, tells the story of how altar boy loving
bishops of Rome and Dublin systematically enslaved Irish girls whose
mothers suffered poverty and/or ****.
Jesus himself noted that Peter (the so-called papal patriarch)
consistently had no faith in the significance and meaning of either
Christ's Supreme Sacrifice or His Resurrection.
Theologically then, Mary Magdalene symbolizes that *** is not only
healthy but holy; Peter symbolizes that the papacy is fundamentally
flawed; and the lesson to be learned is Mary Magdalene's true faith
and the papacy's lack thereof.