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Nuns Go to Brothels as Prostitutes to Rescue Victims

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    December 3, 2015
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Some nuns have done away with their habits and replaced them with much more provocative outfits in order to enter brothels around the world, rescue victims of trafficking, and purchase children who have been sold into slavery…

They are a group of 1,100 sisters called Talitha Kum.  John Studzinski is a philanthropist who chairs the group.  He said they are hoping to expand to  140 nations. He said, “These sisters do not trust anyone. They do not trust governments, they do not trust corporations, and they don’t trust the local police. In some cases they cannot trust male clergy. They work in brothels. No one knows they are there.”

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