He names the brothers rather matter-of-factly: James, Joses, Judas, and Simon. Mark mentions but does name the sisters, but early Christian tradition says there were two—a Mary and a Salome Mark 6: Luke, in contrast, drops the list of names entirely.
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Share this article Share Despite the season heating up, the latest episode was mostly reminiscence as rock star Mark McGrath, 50, surprised them by returning to the house. Tamar Braxton listened as Lolo made the personal disclosure He's back: Mark McGrath returned to the Celebrity Big Brother house after competing during the first season The one-hour episode showed key confessional moments not previously aired, including Tom Green, 47, on his battle with testicular cancer and swimmer Ryan Lochte, 34, opening up about his drunken scandal from the Rio Olympics. The biggest shock however came when Lolo spoke about being a virgin to Tamar. Lolo, who said she came in hoping for a 'show-mance,' was initially just talking about being single, telling Tamar: Lolo initially was talking about her single status and then revealed she was a virgin When she was asked if she would date another athlete, the Olympian insisted: I don't know why God hasn't blessed me with my husband.
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Hildegard of Bingen and her nuns Maria Johanna Baptista von Zweyer, Abbess of the Cistercian abbey of Wald Three Sisters of Mercy in the Portal of a Church, by Armand Gautier In the Roman Catholic tradition, there are a large number of religious institutes of nuns and sisters the female equivalent of male monks or friars , each with its own charism or special character. Traditionally, nuns are members of enclosed religious orders and take solemn religious vows , while sisters do not live in the papal enclosure and formerly took vows called "simple vows". They were formerly distinguished within the monastic community as "choir nuns", as opposed to lay sisters who performed upkeep of the monastery or errands outside the cloister. This last task is still often entrusted to women, called "externs", who live in the monastery, but outside the enclosure.
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