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From Venezuela

Visit our Spanish section!"I am from Latin America, married for fifteen years with one child. Early in my 20's I travelled to a convent in Miami, with the call of becoming a missionary nun.
The thought that it was not possible for a woman to become a priest shocked me. Also, the weight of being psychologically treated as an inferior to the male priests showed me that this was not my vocation. I tried speaking of this to some of the men who were priests, but was bluntly told to shut up. They were still teaching stuff from the Middle Ages that continued the prejudice against women.
I will always be a Catholic, but it is frustrating to live as a Catholic woman and to have to deal with the "machismo" in our Church. They don't even let women be Deacons and I would love to be one." (translated from Spanish) Maria, Venezuela