Many films throughout history have portrayed Satan.
From Ann I had not been to church in many years and my daughter whom had been showing an interest in faith wanted to become a Catholic like me. We contacted the local church and were contacted by the new Filipino priest in town for my daughter to start RCIC classes. The priest and I got on very well and got to know each other fairly well.
I was 42 and in a marriage I considered to be over and the priest was The priest started calling me when I was at home and overseas to do with minor issues. After one overseas trip I received a call from him telling me that he wanted to create a new position of secretary on the Parish Council and would I take on the position.
A few days later we went to dinner again and then back to the Presbytery for a few drinks. This continued on a regular basis after each mass or prayer meeting, we would go back to the presbytery for drinks. We would also text each other until 2 or 3am on most night.
His brother and sister came over from the Philippines and we socialised more and more until early hours of the morning. On some occasions he would play with my feet all night under the table running his foot up my leg. He was always very affectionate with me wanting to hug and touch me, we shared our most intimate secrets with each other.
He wanted me around him all the time and we would frequently go on outings as he loved being my chauffeur and driving my car. He would tell me how much he was going to miss me when I went away and even sent me texts telling me he wanted a physical relationship.
If we were texting and I turned my phone off I would wake to texts from him — often trying to get me to go down to his house even at 4am. He was almost obsessive in his pursuit of me, and I enjoyed it very much. I knew I had feelings for him but was so happy I could not pull away, I saw him as 2 separate people — the priest and my friend.
I truly felt I had found the other half of me. He then went into counselling and we stopped socialising but kept texting each other. He confronted the priest who denied everything. He tormented me for months about what the priest had said and eventually I confronted the priest.
I was devastated and could not get it from my head that this man I trusted more than any man in the world was just playing games, I had always considered myself a good judge of character but now I was unsure.
Eventually I told my ex-husband what went on and why I was not coping — we openly discussed everything. He told me I need to talk to another priest about this matter — which I did. The other priest was horrified and encouraged me to come forward.
The matter is now in the hands of Profession Standards Australia who deal with these issues. I may never know if he really cared of if he was just a lowlife that played with women, I feel used and feel like a fool.
I no longer trust priests as I believed a priest would not behave that way with a woman unless he really cared and this man acted very much like a man in love.
Even a year after our friendship has ended I still feel a strong love for this man that will just not go away. I have left my family, my children, my job and my friends and ran across the other side of the country to get away and try to heal.
I am unable to go into another relationship as my self-esteem is so damaged and I still have feelings for this man. My advice to anyone having feelings or getting involved with a priest — RUN, it will only end in heartbreak. You can also see Grace's story on utube. My priest came to us from a small town, in the Gulf Coast.
He was young, and full of energy, and very enthusiastic to serve our community. He served as our Parochial Vicar, and he immediately involved himself in almost all ministries at our parish. We've never had a priest who radiated a perfect balance of holiness, care, love, kindness, and intelligence He was a great man, and his presence brought many souls closer to God He made himself available to all parishioners, and was happy to provide sacraments and blessings anytimeEvil, sinful, lover of Satan are just a few adjectives used to describe women throughout history.
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Evil, sinful, lover of Satan and weak are just a few adjectives to describe women through history. Nevertheless, women were not always portrayed as so.
Women once held a strong and dominated figure within the society.