This is the testimony of Sister Charlotte Wells which I will warn you is a very grim, shocking and disturbing one. Charlotte Wells was not her real name, but rather a pseudonym to protect her identity which was Charlotte Keckler. This is the testimony of her time as a nun in the convent which was recorded on audiotape at a Christian gathering. Sister Charlotte, was born on April 12, 1898 and entered the convent around 1910. She came to Christ in 1945, and since then began travelling to churches and sharing her testimony to the United States and Canada with another ex-nun, Sister Nilah Rutledge. Sister Charlotte died on September 1983 under mysterious circumstances. Her testimony reveals many of the dark secrets of the Roman Catholic church and all the horrors that occurred deep within convents and confirms many of the claims made by another ex-nun, Maria Monk. Charlotte’s mysterious death and the Vatican’s silence to her allegations, I believe gives her much credibility.
I personally produced this video and included scriptures within it. I pray that my video opens many eyes to the truth. Please share this with your friends and family especially those in Roman Catholicism. Feel free to leave comments if you wish. God bless you!
Update: I have been asked by many if this woman was lying, in response to this I find it necessary to share some reasons why I genuinely believe that Sister Charlotte was telling the truth:
1) Sister Charlotte’s Testimony is Consistent With Past Ones
Her testimony is very similar to other former nuns like Florence Cleland, Mabel Gladenstein McClish, Eva Moss, Edith O’Gorman (Trials and Persecutions of Miss Edith O’Gorman), her friend Nilah Rutledge, Nellie Fortune, Maria Monk, Barbara Ubryk (The Convent Horror), Sister Justina (The Martyr in Black The Life Story of Sister Justina). Sister Charlotte’s testimony corroborates those made by former monks and priests like Chiniquy (The Priest, the Woman and the Confessional), Fresenborg (Thirty Years in Hell) and Hogan (Auricular Confession and Popish Nunneries). Google all these individuals and read their testimonies – they are all the same. With all that said, can anyone really be so quick to conclude that this woman was lying? Are all these people I have cited lying as well?
The Bible says that at the mouth of two or three witnesses a matter shall be established:
One witness shall not rise up against a man for any iniquity, or for any sin, in any sin that he sinneth: at the mouth of two witnesses, or at the mouth of three witnesses, shall the matter be established.
I think that we can indeed trust Sister Charlotte – listen to the passion and emotion in her voice – this woman could have very well been telling the truth.
2) Some of Her Claims Are Confirmed By The Finding Of 800 Baby Skeletons At A Roman Catholic Children’s Home
Just this year we have verified reports of about 800 baby skeletons being found in a septic tank at a former children’s home ran by the Bon Secours nuns between 1925 and 1961. Take a look of the report by CNN here. Does this mean that Sister Charlotte is speaking the truth, not by itself, but it does confirm that the Roman Catholic church has a history of hiding bodies without anyone’s knowledge. A fact which at least gives Sister Charlotte’s claims, of seeing babies being dumped into lime-pits, some credence. And the fact that several nuns and priests have actually stolen babies from Spain to sell on the Black Market certainly does nothing more but to lend credence to the claims made by Sister Charlotte. You may read that particular story by the BBC here.
3) There Are Documented Cases of Forced Hard Labor by Groups In The Roman Catholic Church
Have you heard of the “Magdalene Laundries” also known as “Magdalene Asylums?” At these places, which were ran by various nun orders like “Sisters of Mercy,” “Sisters of Our Lady of Charity,” the “Good Shepherd Sisters,” and the “Sisters of Charity,” thousands of troubled women were given hard labor – without payment. A Magdalene Laundry at a convent in Dublin in Ireland had over 130 unmarked graves discovered in 1993. Please feel free to take the time and read this CNN report here.
A formal state apology was issued in 2013, and a £50 million compensation scheme was set up. The Vatican and the four religious institutes that ran the Irish asylums have refused to compensate the survivors of abuse, despite demands from the Irish government, the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child and the UN Committee Against Torture. A movie has been produced which documents the testimony of four teenage Irish girls who were sent to Magdalene asylums in the 1960s and reported the hard labor and cruel treatment. Feel free to view this movie, as I have embedded it here:
Do all these cases prove that Sister Charlotte was telling the truth? Not necessarily, but once again it does confirm that the Roman Catholic Church has physically abused women and has forced women into hard labor – all of which are claims made by Sister Charlotte.
4) There Are Cases of Nuns Getting Pregnant At Convents
Nuns are actually getting pregnant behind convents walls. Once again just this year we had a case of a nun at a convent near Rieti in Italy getting pregnant. She has even decided to name the child, Francis, after this present pope, you may learn more about this startling news here. This happened in our modern day and if this happened in our modern day it certainly could have happened back in 1910, when Sister Charlotte entered the convent. And I think that the Bible agrees with me here, there is nothing new under the sun:
The thing that hath been, it is that which shall be; and that which is done is that which shall be done: and there is no new thing under the sun.
Do you want more solid facts confirming sexual abuse in the convents? Here is what the Boston Globe, an award wining American daily newspaper based in Boston, Massachusetts in the U.S., reported:
“According to the 1996 survey of nuns in the United States (which was intentionally never published by the [Roman Catholic] Church but was leaked by some Vatican insider), it is reported that a minimum of 34,000 Catholic nuns (about 40% of all American nuns) claim to have been sexually abused. Three of every four of these nuns claimed they were sexually victimized by a priest, nun, or other religious person. Two out of five nuns who stated they were sexually abused claimed that their exploitation included some form of genital contact. All nuns who claimed repeated sexual exploitation reported that they were pressured by religious superiors for sexual favors.” – “Boston Globe” (1-8-2002) [Ed.: This quote is on p. 179 of the book, “Lucifer’s Lodge”, by William H. Kennedy.]
If you are still not convinced about the sexual promiscuity in the Roman Catholic Church, then I will direct you to the words of Cardinal Peter D’Ailly:
“…As for the nuns, modesty forbids the description of the nunneries, which are mere brothels, so that to take the veil is equivalent to becoming a public prostitute.” – Cardinal Peter D’Ailly, quoted by Henry Charles Lea in “A History of the Inquisition of the Middle Ages,” Vol. 3, 1888, pp. 631.
Google the book “Lucifer’s Lodge: Satanic Ritual Abuse in the Catholic Church” by William H. Kennedy and you will find many shocking verified stories – not rumors – verified stories about Satanic Ritual Abuse (SRA) cases within the Roman Catholic Church. Note well, all of these claims proves that Sister Charlotte could have very well been speaking the truth concerning the sexual abuses that she reports that other nuns and herself endured while in the convent. If you are still not convinced here is a database containing a very long list of priests involved with pedophilia and other sexually related offenses all of which has been verified by various newspapers and media outlets, you may view it here.
5) We Have Proof of The Torture Chambers At Some Convents
Finally we have the torture chambers in cloistered convents, I actually have proof of their existence from the lips of a respected Vatican official who was actually declared a saint!:
“St. Ligori himself asserts a fact which strongly corroborates the testimony of ‘Maria Monk’; namely, that refractory, incorrigible nuns are punished by imprisonment for life. ‘A nun (says he) who is guilty of a grievous or pernicious crime, and who appears to be notoriously incorrigible is to be confined in perpetual imprisonment.’ But they are not expelled as some monks are. The reason is obvious. Nuns, if expelled, would reveal the licentious and brutal treatment they have received from the priests, whilst the latter would be careful not to inform on themselves. Smith’s Synopsis of Ligori’s Moral Theology, p. 231, 232. Now let it be remembered, that the writings of Ligori were approved by Pope Pius VII. and by the Sacred Congregation of Rites so late as 1816: and that, as Dr. Varela, the priest of New York asserted three years ago, are in the hands of almost every priest, and therefore also of those at Montreal; and there will be nothing incredible in the following narrative of Maria Monk…” – Schmucker, Glorious Reformation, page 17.
How can one ignore that confession by that Roman Catholic saint? St. Ligori actually recommends the imprisonment of nuns and have left the definition of a “grievous or pernicious crime” completely up to the potentially wicked imaginations of those who run the convent. The New York Times also exposed in an ground-breaking article all the horrible cases of physical abuses done to children and nuns at some private schools almost a century ago here. The report include a few details of the nature of the physical attacks, here is an excerpt of the physical abuses that were inflicted:
“Punching, flogging, assault and bodily attacks, hitting with the hand, kicking, ear pulling, hair pulling, head shaving, beating on the soles of the feet, burning, scalding, stabbing, severe beatings with or without clothes, being made to kneel and stand in fixed positions for lengthy periods, made to sleep outside overnight, being forced into cold or excessively hot baths and showers, hosed down with cold water before being beaten, beaten while hanging from hooks on the wall, being set upon by dogs, being restrained in order to be beaten, physical assaults by more than one person, and having objects thrown at them.”
Burning? Severe beatings with or without clothes? Being made to kneel and stand in fixed positions for lengthy periods? Most of these were reported by Sister Charlotte in this video.
Convents were actually banned in Mexico in 1857, but one, the Convent of Saint Monica, continued to operate secretly until it was discovered in 1934 and abolished. Torture chambers were found at the convent and even lime-pits – precisely as Sister Charlotte reported. Nuns were found literally half-dead at that convent! We have proof of the tortures and self-mutilation. Some of these mutilations eerily reflect those that the prophets of Baal did in service to their false god:
1 Kings 18:27-29
And it came to pass at noon, that Elijah mocked them, and said, Cry aloud: for he is a god; either he is talking, or he is pursuing, or he is in a journey, or peradventure he sleepeth, and must be awaked.
And they cried aloud, and cut themselves after their manner with knives and lancets, till the blood gushed out upon them.
And it came to pass, when midday was past, and they prophesied until the time of the offering of the evening sacrifice, that there was neither voice, nor any to answer, nor any that regarded.
The sisters at Convent of Saint Monica in Mexico endured so many hardships which, Sister Charlotte referenced to in her testimony, and you can read this yourself here (click the arrow to go to the next page on that site). The scariest part of all this is that some of it is still happening in our day but on a lesser level in a Poor Clares cloistered convent in Minooka, Illinois. You may view a story on that Poor Clares cloistered convent here. This is an except from that article of the sacrifices that the nuns make:
“They rarely speak and move around the home with bare feet. They sleep on thin straw mattresses and eat only grains and vegetables they’ve grown in their backyard or that have been donated.”
I have been confronted before with the claim that her testimony was false because she refused to give us her convent’s name but I have a very reasonable response to this claim. We have the testimony of Nellie Fortune, a nun, who fled from St. Joseph’s Convent. She found shelter by Mr. and Mrs. Fuller, a protestant home. The Vatican found out about Sister Nellie and which convent she belonged to and dragged her back to her convent against her will. Feel free to read more about her testimony here. I cite this example to show you that Sister Charlotte, quite possbly withheld such information in order to protect herself.
It seems that Sister Charlotte could have very well been speaking the truth because all of the physical evidence and reports seems to confirm all that she says. All this is so shocking that I wish that it was a lie. The most telling of all the proofs may be the fact that Sister Charlotte was killed under mysterious circumstances. Think about this carefully: Would someone be killed for a lie? No, let us be real here – this woman was killed because she told the truth, just as a witness to a horrible crime would be killed by a criminal who perpetrated that horrible crime. And as I said the silence of the Vatican in response to her testimony ironically speaks volumes:
“Fr. Alberto Rivera, an ex-Jesuit, told us about how Sister Charlotte was killed for going public,” said researcher and author of Vatican Assassins, Eric Jon Phelps, adding Rivera said an undercover Jesuit priest entered her life, having her killed for telling the truth. – Eric Jon Phelps, U.S. Author and protagonist in the Truth Seeker Movement which exposes the agenda of the New World Order.