Monday, December 7, 2015

Fox6: Divine intervention? Pennsylvania nun bags 10-point buck: “In St. Marys, this is what you do”

ST. MARYS, Pennsylvania — When it comes to hunting, Sister John Paul Bauer is a no-nonsense nun. The Pennsylvania woman who dedicated her life to religion bagged a big buck! Now, she’s drawing fire from some for a photo that went viral on social media.

A photo on the Erie Catholic Diocese’s Facebook page is attracting a lot of attention. It’s been viewed more than a million times.

Sister John Paul Bauer, a teacher at Elk County Catholic High School in St. Mary’s, PA shot the 10-point buck.

Sister John Paul says she’s amazed at the attention she’s gotten.

“In St. Marys, this is what you do. You go hunting. Everybody goes hunting — the coach, myself, the students,” Bauer said.
“I’ve always prayed the rosary on the tree stand. That’s a tradition. You get up in the morning, you pray the rosary in the tree stand. I just think the Blessed Mother did smile upon me,” Bauer said.
“When you’re up on a tree stand, you’re still. You’re quiet. You listen. You watch as the frosty ground just becomes alive. It’s like creation all over,” Bauer said.
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and then yeah:
Sister John Paul's story and photo got more than 2 million views on Facebook, but the photo was removed due to harsh criticism of Sister John Paul and hunting.
A few nuts took to Facebook to complain about someone killing a deer because they are idiots.  The funny thing about animal, well, worshipers, is they have no idea why there are hunts in the first place.  Let's 'splain this a bit, Deer Overpopulation Yields Disastrous Results For Forests.  So all you Gaia worshipers are killing the planet, thanks a bunch.
There are an estimated 30 million deer in the United States today. Under optimal conditions, deer populations will double every two years. They can reach densities of over 1 deer per hectare (100 deer per square kilometer). 

In 2000, of the 6.1 million lightweight motor vehicle collisions reported in the US, 1 million involved animal-vehicle collisions. Deer–vehicle collisions lead to about 200 human deaths and $1.1 billion in property damage every year

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