Amen: The Autobiography of a Nun [Sister Jesme] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. On 31 August , Sister Jesme left the. The only difference between her and us is that she is a nun. Amen autobiography of Sister Jesme is a thrilling read. Sex, money and power. Amen- An autobiography of a Nun is a book written by a nun from Kerala and this book contain the sexual exploitation that Sister Jesme and.
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Only that the fire runs out of the fuse itself and the book turns out to be a damp squib. In march issue, X, no. The press comes to know about it and they question the congregation. See all 18 reviews. No trivia or quizzes yet.
‘My story had to be told’
Amen a book written by sister Jesme in which she writes about sisrer sexual harassments by the priests and closet homosexuality within nun ranks. Amen also exposes the corrupt system of marking and allotting conduct certificates in the Christian institutions. Secondly by reading the book you will support Sister Jesme who had the guts to challenge the mighty institution.
Hats of to her for courage of conviction and confidence However her conversation with Jesus seems a little ‘haywire’ if not totally irrational. If you are reading this, please do respond. The book must be read for many reasons. So where you expect an intelligent read, you are bombarded with paragraphs and paragraphs of praise and worship to a nun’s belief.
Aug 24, Libin Jacob rated it liked it. Mar 26, Vikash kashivology.
Then on August 31, she decided to quit the order due to harassment and continue her life of celibacy as a layperson. Though Lord is her only husband, she is compelled to have sexual relations with another nun in the nesme.
They wanted her to get psychiatric intervention, but why? Congrats for the Review of the day. Click here to know more.
In 21st century the problem isn’t just a few “rotten apples” in the catholic community but ” it’s the entire basket”. But in current scenario there is nothing revealing about it.
Amen: The autobiography of a nun by Sister Jesme
While a nun can’t marry, a father can. She was a member of the Congregation of the Q Carmelite CMC which she forced to leave for reasons of emotional torment, after 33 years as a nun. But becomes slightly tiring for the reader to go through passages that repeatedly reaffirm the author’s faith in her religion and God.
They ask for donations and many autobiograpyy harbor petty jealousies against other sisters. Those photographs were flashed in the local media.
Searing, sincere and sensitive, Amen is a plea for a reformation of the church and comes at On 31 Augustsister Jesme left the congregation of Mother of Carmel.
People have already started losing faith in the intermediaries of God. After all, were only getting one side of the story.
May 23, Anil Swarup rated it really liked it. He chose me to let the world know the truth. I felt the writing is unorganized.
Sep 30, Dr. Your Mobile has been activated successfully. It is written in present tensea flashback while she’s on the train as a fugitive, just about to hand over her resignation.