AMEN BOOK BY SISTER JESME PDF

14 Nov Sister Jesme on why she wrote that controversial book Amen. 20 Feb Sister Jesme has written a book – Amen – Oru Kanyasthreeyude Atmakatha ( Amen – an autobiography of a nun,) that talks about the sexual. 6 Aug What’s the most serious book you’ve read recently? Sister Jesme, born in , realized that she wanted to spend her life in service to Jesus.

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The book also talks exclusively about such politics, red tapism. The poor priests do not have such a good fortune in their old age as they are entrusted to lethargic male servants. She exposes her naked body to a priest and sees his too.

‘My story had to be told’ – The Hindu

The writing style is very novice and like reading history notes or something. Lists with This Book. Please try again later. It just rambles on and on with one phase of life flowing into the other without a pause. So where have your prayers gone?

I discussed the issue with other nuns and the superiors came to know about it. The writing style is very novice and like a,en history notes or something. Sounds good to me!

‘My story had to be told’

Sex, money and power struggle — her book, rather her life had all the elements which could make a blockbuster novel or a movie. Two weeks ago, Sr. There are too many references to Provincials and Generalities and church specific bureaucracy without gy which one was which or whether they were the same person throughout the book.

And I know Sister Jesme is an M. He also narrated stories of illicit amen book by sister jesme between priests and nun to me. She also states bpok where a few priests are involved in sexual relationships with the nuns. The victim has no succour. May the stories of these three sisters, amen book by sister jesme painful and shameful they are, help educate and enlighten all of us. Lot of improvement is required here. And it’s all written in bad English. Lets the Fathers and nuns celebrate thier life secretly if they are doing some good work for the society.

This book a first of its kind in is an outpouring of her experiences as a nun for thirty-three years. bu

The Autobiography of a nun by Sister Jesme. Mar 20, Ajith rated it it was ok.

isster You already know what is happening inside the monasteries, ashrams and other so called “religious” institutions. She exposed them to classic films believing that aesthetics enhances spirituality. It always makes me sad to see a book about an important subject with writing so bad it makes it hard to go through. It is written in present tensea flashback while she’s on the amen book by sister jesme as a fugitive, amsn about to hand over her resignation.

They have even sent me to a psychiatrist. Customers who bought this item also bought.

Books have been a source of knowledge for many centuries. The writer has really brought out a lot of unknown and amen book by sister jesme facts about monastic life. In India, we want teachers who offer freedom to their pupils and allow them to learn things on their own. Your recently viewed items and featured recommendations.

Amen: The autobiography of a nun by Sister Jesme

I found the book shocking in pieces and not so shocking with some other details. They perceived her as a threat. Boo is, how is Amen as an entertainment medium and second is the subject matter. Sister Jesme has said that writing the book has been cathartic for amen book by sister jesme.

He repeated the question. Or at least easier to read. With so many magazines and tabloids making mincemeat of the Church in Kerala over such allegations as well as recurring suicides of the nuns, it takes a lot for the people concerned to come clean and bring up transparency and credibility in the amen book by sister jesme of the Church. The topic is interesting, but she writes aamen the interesting parts in only a amen book by sister jesme lines and the boring mundane parts in excruciating details.

Well, it would have to be Amen: The three waited near the well to ensure the death of the nun, the CBI said. Those who want to know about the life behind the veil should read this. For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction.