Reverend Sister Changes Her Mind, Quit Celibacy As She Got Married To The Love Of Her Life(PHOTOS)
A Facebook user identified as Chika Odili shared the photos on the social media platform with a caption: “This Reverend Sister left her devotion to marry a police officer. Happy married life to them. What do you think about this?”
Reverend sister and other clergies in the Catholic Church aren't allowed to get married as they are married to the church. Although there is no compulsion to the sacrament of Holy order, it's all based on choice and one's calling.
Photos from the wedding ceremony of a Catholic Reverend Sister who quit her religious devotion to get married to a police officer has surfaced, days after her pre-wedding photos went viral on social media.
The decisions you made yesterday define who you are today and what you decide on today will define your tomorrow.
It could be about anything really in life, like a relationship you are in, a career choice, or something as simple as actions you take today that could determine your health tomorrow
Possibly because this lady's choice to abandon her vocation was not her calling. Some cases include individuals who only want a priest or a sister from their community under pressure from society or their parents. Some parents drive their kids into a priest only because they want to be called "Daddy of Mother."
There is no duty to the sacrament of the Order, an exhortation to a priesthood or a sister. But I use this tool to wish her every success in her new adventure. Why the lady changed her mind, I don't know.
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