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Nun in Italian monastery feels stomach ache and shortly after gives birth

ASSISI, ITALY - OCTOBER 03:  A nun walks past the Sacro Convento and Saint Francis Basilica prior to Pope Francis' visit on October 3, 2013 in Assisi, Italy. The residents of Assisi have been busy all week preparing for the arrival of Pope Francis, the first Bishop of Rome to take the name of Assisi's most famous son. Pope Francis is due to venerate the tomb of San Francesco of Assisi at the crypt of the Upper Basilica of Saint Francis tomorrow during his one-day visit to the city.  (Photo by Franco Origlia/Getty Images)

ASSISI, ITALY - OCTOBER 03: A nun walks past the Sacro Convento and Saint Francis Basilica prior to Pope Francis' visit on October 3, 2013 in Assisi, Italy. The residents of Assisi have been busy all week preparing for the arrival of Pope Francis, the first Bishop of Rome to take the name of Assisi's most famous son. Pope Francis is due to venerate the tomb of San Francesco of Assisi at the crypt of the Upper Basilica of Saint Francis tomorrow during his one-day visit to the city. (Photo by Franco Origlia/Getty Images)  (2013 Getty Images)

A cloister nun felt in central Italy stomach pains, and consulted a doctor.

The doctor had shocking news – she was pregnant. 

Shortly after, the nun, believed to be a native of Bolivia, belonged to the order Missionary Sisters of the Love of Christ in Macerata.

The New York Daily News, citing Il Corriere Adriatico, which originally reported the news, said that the nun had not been aware that she was pregnant.

The nun reportedly arrived at the convent in June.

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The Daily News said that she was β€œin the process of taking her vows to qualify as a nun.”

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