Kneeling before Father Theodore, she begged him to show no mercy and to be especially strict in chastising that vile part that was (so she said) more guilty than all the others. “Bend over,” he told her, “so that the part that the law of marriage subjects to a thousand defilements may receive the punishment it deserves.” From where does this quote originate?

Kneeling before…

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