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I have a nun fetish. I think it was from a cute nun teacher I had in middle school - K

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Basically pinning for that URL. (Microwave_is_not_an_onomatopoeia)😂

St. Teresa of Avila—Spanish Mystic, Catholic Saint, Carmelite Nun

“Let nothing trouble you, let nothing frighten you. Patience obtains all things. He who possesses God lacks nothing. God alone suffices." -Teresa of Avila~~Spanish Mystic, Catholic Saint, Carmelite Nun

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Roman Catholic - Institutes of consecrated life are canonically erected institutes in the Roman Catholic Church whose members profess the evangelical counsels of chastity, poverty, and obedience by vows or other sacred bonds.

Do you know the difference between a sister and a nun? Check out this infographic to learn more about what makes these vocations unique.

Do you know the difference between a "sister" and a "nun"? Check out this infographic from Catholic Extension to learn more about what makes each of these vocations unique.

A nun cuddling an orphan in Mozambique. Photographer: Mick Yates.  Bless those wonderful women.

A nun of the Missionaries of Charity cuddling an orphan in Mozambique. Photographer: Mick Yates Don't you just love how the Catholic Church is this big monolithic mean ogre?

Vatican Women's Rifle Team, disbanded 1938. Sister Juliette, far right, left the order to join the French Resistance.

Vatican Women& Rifle Team, disbanded Sister Juliette left the order to join the French Resistance.

Nuns Praying in Church of All Nations - Jerusalem

Nuns at prayer in the Church of All Nations, Jerusalem. The Church of All Nations, also known as the Church or Basilica of the Agony, is a Roman Catholic church located on the Mount of Olives in Jerusalem.

"Repair of Raphael Tapestry". Photograph by James L. Stanfield || Drawing on a stock of more than 6,000 colors of thread, a nun repairs a tapestry designed by Raphael, in which Peter receives the keys to the church from Christ. —From the National Geographic book Inside the Vatican, 1991

Drawing on a stock of more than colors of thread, a nun repairs a tapestry designed by Raphael, in which Peter receives the keys to the church from Christ. —From the National Geographic book Inside the Vatican, 1991 (yay nuns!

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