Nun’s book on sex poses ‘grave harm’ to Catholics, says Vatican– When I read this Toronto Star Article on the Catholic Church verdict about a nun’s book – “Just Love: A Framework for Christian Sexual Ethics” by Sister Margaret Farley I was reminded of Gail’s post below on the 2 Mistakes You Don’t Want To Make. The nun in this story sounds like a great example of someone who has avoided these mistakes – even if you don’t necessarily agree with her work. The book contains her ideas on sexuality that the church now disagrees with and feels is harmful to the flock. From my perspective, Sister Margaret Farley and perhaps her group are acting on their vows to a higher authority, and articulating a global perspective based on vows for a new age of self-realized service to others. Their stand is not an easy one to take in the face of church authority and a vow of obedience especially when all religions are amidst a challenge of updating their world perspectives. No doubt she is slightly ahead of the curve resonating with global evolutionary qualities every religion needs to incorporate to survive.
On the positive side of nun karma if we make the most of it, we are re-invented for what is known to now be the dawn of another renaissance – the digital information age. If the story of Sister Margaret Farley’s situation with the church triggers your nun karma issues, take a look at the positive qualities possible in the Nun Karma Repatterning under Global Evolution and Self Realized Service (Pg. 23). Sister Farley may have already arrived.
With love and light