And doing the same thing everyday being forced to

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and doing the same thing everyday, being forced to change my religion, entire way of life, and living in the real world would seem scary and very different. Once the majority of the nuns were bribed away from the convents, convents became a convenient place for girls to learn. The nuns gladly accepted the girls into the convents and offered to teach them. This was a win-win for both the nuns and the council because it provided a place for the girls to learn, and nuns could possibly persuade the girls to become nuns. The nuns offered to teach the girls Protestant ways since society didn’t trust co-ed schools, but the nuns were sneaky. Instead of enforcing Protestantism, they continued to teach the girls Catholicism. But of course they didn’t inform the council that weren’t teaching the girls what they were supposed to. I wonder what made the council think that the nuns wouldn’t try to convert the girls to Catholicism. If they were so persistent and didn’t even try to change their ways, why would they teach young girls Protestant ways? And in fact they didn’t. Many girls ended up professing and becoming
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nuns. This means that all the work they did with the Reformation and taking nuns out of the convents was pointless. It took them years to bribe the nuns from the convents and reduce the amount of nuns to a small size. Then before they knew it, the convents were filled with nuns again because they allowed the nuns to teach the girls. I could definitely
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