Sister Mary Lou
Sister Mary Lou
By Chester and Wilma Westphal
 

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Mary Lou Pfannenstiel grew up with the strong desire to become a nun. She gladly accepted the life and routine at St. Joseph’s Academy and looked forward to the day when she would take her vows of poverty, chastity, and obedience and become the bride of Christ. 

Then doubts began to arise in the mind of Sister Mary Lou and her sister companions. Perhaps the greatest shock came with the realization that the pope, the priests, and the bishops, along with the mother superiors, who had always been held as above sin, were really fellow human beings, capable of making mistakes and sinning against God the same as the others of the human race. 

The story unfolds showing Mary Lou’s struggle to accept a new way of life and give up old dogmas. It took a step-by-step study of the Bible directed by a man fully consecrated to God to show God’s way to Mary Lou.