Jack Stern and Father Brendan O’Reilly whilst in the company oftheir beautifully desirable women remained true to their word. No
Hanky Panky even though it was difficult for both.

Brendan felt very comfortable with his collection of ladies andso it was that at long last he began to question the Church’s authoritythat prevented priests from marrying and having a family. Two eventsmagnified this thought, the pool of priests that he personally knew,those he had heard of who had made the bold decision to leave the priesthood and pursued the loves of their life and the vivid description that an elderly Sister of Mary once gave him about children.