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Woman falls in love with priest

I think the woman has a son and that's how she meets the priest, but im not that sure.

The only scene I remember is her telling him that priests cant be with women and him telling her that luthern (or maybe orthodox i don't remember) priests actually can.

If it helps, he was quite attractive, and no, it's not the thorn birds. I think it's from the early 2000s
asked May 17, 2017 in Name That Movie by XLincolin (1 point)
You didn't mention a genre, so this is a guess... "Raising Helen"(2004)

Try "The Proposition"  (1998) with Madeline Stowe, William Hurt and Kenneth Branagh. Kenneth plays the role of the priest.