14 February 2012 - It happens in Zimbabwe.
There are reconstructions still confused about the case of the African nun who got pregnant in a Catholic hospital in Zimbabwe. What is certain is that this is no longer a nun, being out of the monastery of the mission of St. Joseph in Kezi, location of the deep African country, south rather than the nearest main town, Bulawayo. [...]
MOUTHS SEWN & ndash; All in question, deny. But & ldquo; all sources & rsquo; Catholic hospital report that Sister Musvindire fell in love & ldquo; a congregated & rdquo ;, or a faithful, who later l & rsquo; he made her pregnant. It & rsquo; a ruckus erupted after authorities discovered the pregnancy last November, which led to the & rsquo; expulsion of the nun who was immediately expelled and was forbidden to wear the veil & rdquo ;. & Ldquo; The doctrine of the Roman Catholic & rdquo ;, continues to remind MyZimbabwe, & ldquo; asks nuns and monks vow of celibacy and abstinence from sexual acts and to promise to God that you do not entertain these acts & rdquo ;. Instead, sister Musvindire is clearly & ldquo; fall prey to the pleasures of the flesh & rdquo ;.
PLEASURES OF THE FLESH & ndash; By religious authorities silence: & ldquo; I know who left the mission to & rsquo; early December, is no longer a nun & rdquo ;, confirms Father George. The Secretariat of the bishop in the Cathedral of Santa Maria in Bulawayno declined to discuss the matter. However, a source tells a different story: & ldquo; They asked her to leave St. Joseph and is now a & rsquo; nurses in & rsquo; district hospital Maphisa. He lived at the convent of the sisters at St. Joseph, but the Church l & rsquo; & rdquo ;, has removed continues the anonymous source. & Ldquo; & rdquo ;, Other nuns continues Clerical Whispers, say & ldquo; his sister was pregnant for months when the pregnancy was discovered & rdquo ;.
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