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[at-l] A question of definition.
- Subject: [at-l] A question of definition.
- From: tsjuster at yahoo.com (Victoria Roush)
- Date: Wed Apr 13 18:36:55 2005
- In-reply-to: 6667
There are also many modern Pagan groups that are
usually run by a Preist and Priestess. I suppose
that's a bit like priests and nuns.
--- Bror8588@aol.com wrote:
> In a message dated 4/13/2005 11:05:38 AM Eastern
> Daylight Time,
> firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
> Are there nuns who are not Catholic? Or, restated,
> are the counterparts of
> >Catholic< nuns, in other religions, titled
> There are "Sisters" in the Lutheran Church, and
> there is an order of caring
> women in the Episcopal church (I think). Anybody
> know where the word "Nun"
> came from?
> at-l mailing list
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