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My nun was a great guide through that time because it was important for me to know how to deal with those feelings because they inevitably will arise if we are to be true lovers of God.
So, how do nuns deal with the temptation of wanting sex?
Horrified that I fell in love while considering religious life, I went to my nun mentor and told her.
I expected that she’d bid me farewell (I should have known better because she is one of the most deeply loving and compassionate persons I know) but instead she said, “Wonderful!
I didn’t really believe them until I met the Hoopy Frood (the guy I’m engaged to.) It’s weird, but since being *really* in love with him (beyond the sentimental stage), it’s so much easier to love other people.
I think that you’ve answered this well, and what you say is certainly true.
” She didn’t tell me to stop discerning religious life nor did she tell me to cut off the relationship. If we lose the capacity to fall in love, she said, then we lose the ability to truly open our hearts to God, to the people with whom we live and minister, with God’s beautiful creation.
Committed people make a choice to not act on those feelings. We are deeply human and can have sexual urges or fall in love.
I’d love to hear from nuns and others around this question.
It is a great question for us to reflect on, and any dialog we can have on this would be especially helpful for those considering religious life.
Before final vows, I fell head over heels for a young man with whom I worked six days a week. Julie stated, we need to know that we can love one person.
It was a choice for me, then, of if I wanted to share my love with one person or with the whole world.