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Bennett Martinez
Bennett Martinez

1 Priest 1 Nun Video Original Priest 1 Nun



Neither were exactly barf-fests for me - in fact, I couldn't care less, scat has never affected me, fullstop. I wouldn't say that it beats 2girls1cup. simply because most people would screw off from the video once they saw the priest's tiny dick.




1 Priest 1 Nun Video Original Priest 1 Nun



Priest 1 - Amazon.de1 priest 1 nun, DO NOT WATCH THIS VIDEO .. WE ARE MENTALLY TRAUMATIZED.German to English Translation: Nun: Your flesh Your flesh must be cleaned Man: Oh my god nun Nun what are you doing Nun: We're going to beat the evil


The original video had an alternate name, "Church of Fudge", and was another video like 2 Girls 1 Cup. It first showed the nun undoing the priest's pants giving the priest a rim job. The priest then defecates into her mouth as she sucks. While all this was happening, church music played in the background.


There is a different pornographic video on the site with the original name. Instead, it showed a nun sucking on the priest's penis. Another nun, who had been watching, grabs the first nun and begins to spank her. After this, she continues to suck on the priest's penis.


The case comes at a time when more nuns, encouraged by the MeToo movement, have been coming forward to describe abuse at the hands of priests and bishops. Last year, the International Union of Superiors General, which represents more than 500,000 Catholic nuns, urged their members to report abuse.


Wagner said she had been propositioned by the priest during confession in 2009, when she was 25. She said the priest told her how much he liked her and he believed she liked him and that, although they could not marry, there were "other ways".


Although she did not name the priest during the conference, Wagner said he was a section head at the CDF and a member of the same religious order to which she also belonged, Familia Spiritualis Opus (FSO). Geissler was the only section head at the CDF who belonged to the FSO, which Wagner left in 2011.


Wagner provided Reuters with a copy of a 2014 letter to her from a German Church official which said the priest had been admonished for "imprudent gestures on two occasions that he admitted and for which he asked pardon".


Solicitation is a serious crime under Church law. It refers to when a priest uses the pretext of the sacrament of confession to commit an immoral act with a penitent or seeks to commit one. It is punishable by expulsion from the priesthood.


Carolyn Merritt, Richard Dowdell, and more than ten Oklahoma priests. "Last call forGuatemala trip," Sooner Catholic, July 3, 1983, 4; "Archbishop leads delegation to Gua-temalan bishop's meeting," Sooner Catholic, July 17, 1983, 4; "Rother honored," SoonerCatholic, July 31, 1983, 2; "Mission alive, pastor needed," Sooner Catholic, August 17,1983, 1, 3; "Father Rother's work goes on: Eyewitness in Guatemala," Sooner Catholic,February 13, 1983, 4.24 David Monahan, "Martyred priest remembered in Guatemala and Oklahoma,"Sooner Catholic, August 15, 1982, 3; "Over Church's protest, U.S. military aid to Guate-mala," Sooner Catholic, January 30, 1983, 12; "Pope enters Central American turmoil,"Sooner Catholic, February 27, 1983, 1, 13; "Delegation hears of violence," Sooner Catho-lic, August 14, 1983, 2; David Monahan, "Archbishop Salatka heads: U.S. delegation toGuatemala hears of widespread violence against innocent," Sooner Catholic, August 17,1983, 1.25 Darrell Barton, phone interview by the author, May 9, 2011. Photojournalist Dar-rell Barton commented on the religious marketing that succeeded the death of FatherStanley Rother. Numerous publications, particularly those by Father Monahan, sup-port Barton's observation. David Monahan, "Santiago Atitlan: step into another world,"Sooner Catholic, August 14, 1983, 6; "Father Leven: We Could Learn from Guatemala,"Sooner Catholic, December 10, 1978, 3; "Let's go Guatemala," Sooner Catholic, August14, 1983, 14; "Catholic schools to study Rother," Sooner Catholic, September 23, 1984, 4.26 David Monahan, "Return to the mission," Sooner Catholic, July 29, 1984, 6.27 The Office of Hispanic Ministries was created in the 1970s, under Salatka's reign asarchbishop. In 1990, Monahan also wrote, "People of the Archdiocese of Oklahoma Cityshould be grateful that Archbishop Charles Salatka, since his arrival here in 1977, hasanticipated necessary changes in the church to make hospitable room for Hispanics inour common spiritual house." "Called to welcome," Sooner Catholic, November 25, 1990,8; David Monahan, "Revolution brought the first wave of Mexicans to state," SoonerCatholic, April 26, 1992, 7; "Archbishop Salatka remembers with gratitude," SoonerCatholic, December 6, 1992, 4; David Monahan, "In your service: From ministry to His-panics to ministry to prisoners," Sooner Catholic, January 21, 1990, 6; "An Era of Hope1977-1991, Archbishop Charles A. Salatka," Archdiocese of Oklahoma City, catharchdioceseokc.org/history/Salatka.htm.28 For more information on the history of Mexicans in Oklahoma see Michael M.Smith's The Mexicans in Oklahoma (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1980); Da-vid Monahan, "Ministry to Hispanics," Sooner Catholic, February 15, 1981, 6; "Hispanicpriority," Sooner Catholic, August 12, 1984, 14; "Oklahoma City, Pastoral Office Operat-ing Fund, Statements of Revenues and Expenses," Sooner Catholic, January 2, 1983, 3;"Pastoral Office Undesignated Operating Fund, Statements of Revenues and Expensesand Changes in Fund Balance," Sooner Catholic, January 24, 1988, 3; "Pastoral OfficeUndesignated Operating Fund: Statement of Revenues and Expenses and Changes inFund Balance, Year ended June 30, 1991, Supplement to The Sooner Catholic, December22, 1991, 3. By the end of 1991, the Hispanic Ministry received some $195,445.29 "A Nation of Immigrants," Sooner Catholic, July 4, 1982, 1; "CSM program assists397 new refugees in 1984," Sooner Catholic, January 13, 1985, 2; "Official," Sooner Cath-olic, January 3, 1982, 2; "Father Pedro RENEWs Hispanics," Sooner Catholic, November4, 1984, 4 "Two more Hispanic Sisters to serve Spanish-speaking," Sooner Catholic, Sep-tember 25, 1983, 2; Martha Mary McGaw, CSJ, "Region Four: Return to Guatemala andWorld War II memory," Sooner Catholic, October 9, 1983, 4.30 "Let us hear their voices," Sooner Catholic, November 17, 1984, 1; David Monahan,"Region Five: People hear church calling through seven Hispanic nuns," Sooner Catholic,March 11, 1984, 6; "Extension gran for Hispanic nun," Sooner Catholic, May 20, 1984, 5;"Let us hear their voices," Sooner Catholic, August 12, 1984, 1.


Richard Sipe helped the Spotlight team members discover that there were over 90 priests in Boston abusing and molesting children, instead of the 13 they had suspected originally. The team starts to get more enemies and attract more tension as the story heats up. Just as the team is about to get the restricted documents that could make this story, 9/11 happened. The story was put aside so that all reporters could cover 9/11 for the next few weeks. The team picked it back up again when the important documents were finally released to the public. The team hurried to get the documents and finish the story before any other paper could. The documents ended up having multiple letters and verifications that high ranking clergy were hiding the fact that they knew about these crimes.


Pope Francis issued a groundbreaking law Thursday requiring all Catholic priests and nuns around the world to report clergy sexual abuse and cover-up by their superiors to church authorities, in an important new effort to hold the Catholic hierarchy accountable for failing to protect their flocks.


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