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Dear Sister Julie, I would like to tell you that I have nothing but the utmost respect for you. My question is not meant to offend you in any way shape or form. I know that nuns are human like the rest of us. Do nuns ever have sexual urges, and if so how do you deal with the temptation of wanting sex. Kellie, I am not offended at all and am glad that you asked. You are right — nuns are human like you and everyone else. Part of being human is being a sexual person — humans are attracted to other people, have romantic feelings and sexual urges. Nuns are no different; however, we choose not to act upon these natural, sexual feelings and urges. Think for example of other people in committed relationships. Committed people make a choice to not act on those feelings.
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What does she carry in her heart? Catholic nuns have accused clerics of sexual abuse in recent years in India, Africa, Latin America and in Italy, and a Vatican magazine last week mentioned nuns having abortions or giving birth to the children of priests. But Francis has never raised the issue until he was asked to comment during a news conference aboard the papal plane returning to Rome from his trip to the United Arab Emirates. A Vatican spokesman, Alessandro Gisotti, said later that Francis was referring to the Contemplative Sisters of Saint-Jean, a small group in France that confronted a variety of problems. Many examples came from Africa, where priests were said to have turned to nuns for sex during the spread of AIDS. When they complained to the archbishop, she wrote, they were replaced. Last year, a nun in India accused a bishop of repeatedly raping her between and The bishop was arrested after she reported him to the police, a decision that divided the local Catholic community. Many priests celebrated when the bishop, who faces trial this year, was released on bail. In a high-profile case in Chile, the Vatican is investigating reports that priests abused nuns.

Dear Sister Julie, I would like to tell you that I have nothing but the utmost respect for you. My question is not meant to offend you in any way shape or form.

I know that nuns are human like the rest of us. Do nuns ever have sexual urges, and if so how do you deal with the temptation of wanting sex. Kellie, I am not offended at all and am glad that you asked. You are right — nuns are human like you and everyone else. Part of being human is being a sexual person — humans are attracted to other people, have romantic feelings and sexual urges. Nuns are no different; however, we choose not to act upon these natural, sexual feelings and urges.

Think for example of other people in committed relationships. Committed people make a choice to not act on those feelings. Same thing with nuns. We are deeply human and can have sexual urges or fall in love. When I was discerning religious life and felt convinced it was for me and it was!

Horrified that I fell in love while considering religious life, I went to my nun mentor and told her. She said to enjoy it! My nun was a great guide through that time because it was important for me to know how to deal with those feelings because they inevitably will arise if we are to be true lovers of God.

So, how do nuns deal with the temptation of wanting sex? Sex can be a powerful experience of union and love. For a nun, we vow to be celibate and so we choose to express union and love in other ways, such as through our community life, our relationships, and our ministry Check out my post Do nuns know how to love? Dealing with it may be solved by a splash of cold water or it may mean talking it over with a trusted friend or mentor. This is where being part of a community really helps because you are with women who have made the same choice and can support you and guide you through times like this.

Community life helps you tap into the relationships that truly sustain you, that give you a joy and intimacy that goes beyond any urge for sex however compelling it may seem at the time! It is a great question for us to reflect on, and any dialog we can have on this would be especially helpful for those considering religious life. No gift is too small. Please donate today! Thank You! What a wonderful and straightforward answer you have given Kellie.

Just refreshing to have someone explain about love and commitment. I am married 45 years and what you said is also true for married couples. As someone who is currently discerning religious life, I found this a refreshing answer to an excellent quesiton. I am convinced that God has a wicked sense of humor. Before final vows, I fell head over heels for a young man with whom I worked six days a week. But like Sr. Julie stated, we need to know that we can love one person. It was a choice for me, then, of if I wanted to share my love with one person or with the whole world.

God gave me that opportunity to see both sides when I developed that crush on my co-worker. My friend was gay, and nothing I could do could change that. I have come to believe that God was so jealous of my vocation that He was very selective of whom he sent my way! One last thing, one of our past provincial ministers once told us that we need to find appropriate ways to satisfy our libidos.

With me it is singing, either with a great choir or in a shower with great accoustics! Singing a difficult piece well and with all my heart is such a rush for me. God is so good! I find that prayer is both my most profound expression of love, as well as the single most important thing I can do to maintain my commitment to a life of virginity.

Thanks for bringing up prayer, An Aspiring Consecrated Virgin. Prayer is indeed a significant expression of love and a great help in facing any temptation. She argues — and I think that this is true — that the more we enter into the life of prayer the more we become aware of sexuality, and the challenge is thus to develop a contemporary theology of desire. After all, good sex is not a free for all. Sexual urges do not always or even usually occur at opportune times.

What about the woman whose husband is away in the armed forces? My point, we all have to keep our sexual urges at bay much of the time.

I certainly would not want to minimize that sacrifice. I sometimes find that prayer can evoke sexual feelings of desire in me. Receiving the Eucharist can be an erotic experience too.

It would be interesting to read something, when and if developped, about a contemporary theology of desire. She echoes your point about how celibate and married people deal with desire not being all that different.

I wonder if all the women of this world become nuns and no sex. So rest assured, the world is not going to end because of too many nuns and not enough procreation. I hope I do not offend by suggesting that there are many men and women who are neither married, monastic, nor priestly but live a fulfilled single life. Thankyou so much for your wise comments. I want to acknowledge this desire positively and integrate it as part of the whole of me and part of my spiritual journey, not repress or deny it.

Dear Sr. Julie, I just came across with your blog a few days ago and i find it very informative. It has answered a lot of my questions about how to deal with those feelings as i am a nun myself and I am experiencing midlife crisis… Thank you and God bless. Nuns are human just like other people. They choose to be celibate not because they dislike men or sex, but to widen their love for many for the sake for God who is Love. View the discussion thread. Nun Talk. Blog Published: March 24 , A question from Kellie that I think many have wondered but never asked … Dear Sister Julie, I would like to tell you that I have nothing but the utmost respect for you.

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