Texas Mother Superior of having sex with priest

A group of Carmelite nuns has accused a Texas bishop of “pure evil” after he closed their monastery over allegations that their mother superior had sex with a priest. Mother Superior of having sex with priest.

The Arlington-based Discalced Carmelite nuns have filed a lawsuit against Bishop Michael Olson of the Diocese of Fort Worth after he ordered the seizure of computers and a phone and barred priests from celebrating Mass at their monastery over allegations that the Mother Superior Teresa Agnes Gerlach broke her vow of chastity, according to reports.

Mother Superior of having sex with priest

According to the lawsuit, filed in Tarrant County court, Olson broke into the monastery last month and began questioning Gerlach about the alleged affair.


The questioning came immediately after the nun, who uses a wheelchair, underwent a surgical procedure and was still under general anesthesia and painkillers, including fentanyl, according to reports.

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The diocese says she admitted to the affair, but the sisters’ attorney, Matthew Bobo, said in a statement to the Catholic News Agency earlier this week that Gerlach was “under heavy medication for a procedure” and has no recollection of what happened. that he admitted. “They make it look like she had a sexual relationship with another priest and that didn’t happen,” Bobo said.

“[Bishop Olson] and his agents are abusing their power, inflicting moral violence and psychological distress on the plaintiffs and sisters by undertaking an unlawful, profane, unwarranted, explicit, and systematic assault on the sanctity and autonomy of the plaintiffs and the sisters. Bobo said.


This week, the Diocese of Fort Worth posted a statement on her website, saying the Reverend Mother had “violated her vow of chastity with a priest from outside the Diocese of Fort Worth.” He filed a response to the nuns’ lawsuit on Thursday, calling the matter an “ecclesiastical dispute” that has no place in a civil court, the Catholic News Agency reported.Read More…….

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