Magisterial Fidelity
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Sunday, June 11, 2006 :::
 

Jeanette Normadin

Catapolted to meet her maker from a Provincetown barroom where she had often connected people sexually:

If you wanted to get a date, that was the day to hang out with Jeanette," laughed Doherty, a gay man. "Everybody, all these guys from all over the place, knew Sister Jeanette. And she was having a grand time. We used to kid about it afterward - the day she went to tea dance."

It goes without saying that elderly nuns don't often make the rounds at afternoon gay dance parties. But for a woman who committed her life to ministering to those most marginalized in society Sr. Jeanette's warm reception at the most popular gay bar in Provincetown is not so surprising.

Go therefore, and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son and of hte Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all I have commanded you.

Silly talk to Jeanette.

Whose disciples did she make? What did they believe in?


Sister Jeanette possessed a unique ability to approach others with an utter lack of judgment which allowed her to make deep connections with people

Why HER of course!

There is a god, she was it.



::: posted by prolife pundits at 6:02 PM

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