A nun in Brazil has told how a priest’s visit to a maternity ward has been a turning point in her life.
The hospital she worked at in Rio de Janeiro was called St. Mary’s Hospital and was the largest Catholic hospital there.
A group of priests and nuns from the church came to see her on December 15, 2013, and while she was there, they started to ask her questions.
In her own words: “They were asking me questions, like ‘what is this about?’
‘What are you going to do?’
‘Are you going home?’
And I told them ‘no’.
I didn’t want to tell them that I didn.
I just wanted to go home, because I was scared of what would happen to me afterwards.”
Her story, told in a new BBC programme, has been shared widely online, with thousands of people sharing their own stories of being harassed by priests and religious leaders.
But she said the experience left her feeling ashamed.
The priests have been very forceful in their behaviour, which is very disrespectful, and it makes me very uncomfortable because I know that the nuns have been so supportive of me.
She said that she was shocked by how quickly the priest and nuns got to know each other, and how they treated her.
St. Margaret’s Hospital has seen a rise in cases of paedophilia over the past few years and a number of incidents involving women and children have been reported over the years.
The Vatican said it was deeply saddened by what had happened, but it condemned the abuse and stressed the importance of reporting any suspicions to authorities.
In a statement, the Vatican said that it “strongly condemned the sexual abuse of children by priests”.
In this case, it said that “any abuse committed by priests must be investigated by the appropriate authorities, to be fully transparent and independent”.
The priest in question, the Rev Alberto Mendes de Sousa, is a priest at the parish in which the nuns worked and has been linked to other incidents of abuse by other priests.
He is not currently on trial.
A few days after the visit, the church launched an investigation into the case, but the investigation has been stalled by the court’s inability to reach a final decision.
This is not the first time a Catholic nun has been the target of abuse allegations.
The Sisters of Mercy nuns are known for their “pro-life” views, but have also faced criticism from conservative Catholics over their support for abortion.
But in her new programme, Ms Dias said that while the nuns were against abortion, the abuse had made her question her Catholic faith.
She explained: “I knew that the Catholic Church had this great teaching that life begins at conception.
I think it is a very, a very grave matter. “
And I think that it’s very, very, wrong that a priest is able to do what he is doing.
Ms Dies explained that she has been told that the abuse happened after her visit to St Mary’s and that the priest’s behaviour and behaviour towards her was similar to that of other priests in the hospital. “
So I started to look at my faith, and I realized that I was not going to change, because this is God’s Word, so why is he telling me that this child is born without a father?”
Ms Dies explained that she has been told that the abuse happened after her visit to St Mary’s and that the priest’s behaviour and behaviour towards her was similar to that of other priests in the hospital.
She added: “The church, they know that there is a problem.
But they say that it is the priests who are responsible for it.
They say that they don’t do anything wrong.
They have no responsibility for it.”
She said she has never felt like an outcast and that she had been able to get on with her life and that there was nothing wrong with what she had done.
The priest has since been suspended from his position and Ms Dios said that the church’s response to the abuse case was “a slap in the face”.
“They know that they are part of the problem, but they don, they don [do anything] against the church.
They don’t act, they act with the church, and the church is very, VERY behind them.”
A Catholic priest and a priest from another faith, who did not wish to be named for fear of being targeted by the church for speaking out, said they had been involved in similar cases, but had been spared.
“I’ve been a victim of paedophile priests for years.
It’s sad, I know how it can be,” said the priest, who asked not to be identified.
“They are allowed to have their sexual affairs, but then they have to go away, and we are left with these people who are not even allowed to see their own children. “It”
They are allowed to have their sexual affairs, but then they have to go away, and we are left with these people who are not even allowed to see their own children. “It