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Hollywood Hates Nuns

jagapat Wrote: Sep 07, 2012 10:11 PM
13 years of Catholic school education. 3 years teaching in Catholic schools. I never got molested. The few times I did get whacked--I deserved it and it was good for me. When I was young, the nuns did scare me--but I was a little kid and was afraid of everything. The nuns who taught me were energetic and really caring. They were awesome. The older I am, the more I appreciate the sacrifices made by those called to religious life. There have been spectacular exceptions, but many, many priests and nuns are humble heroes.
fisherjmj Wrote: Sep 07, 2012 11:39 PM
When I first started school, the Public School people told my mother that I was dumb and would never amount to anything, My good mother would not accept that, and fought to get me into St. Rose of Lima Roman Catholic School. In the first semester of St. Rose of Lima under the caring teaching of Religious Women (Nuns) I was on the Honor Roll and stayed there into College and beyond.

God bless, those Nuns, sometimes they even got harsh with me for not reaching higher educational goals, I even got my wrist slapped once with a ruler because I was hiding a comic book in my Text Book.

Viva Cristo Rey!

God bless, yours in Their Hearts,
Kenneth M. Fisher, Founding Director
Concerned Roman Catholics of America, Inc.

Some hateful stereotypes never die in Hollywood. The cover of the Sept. 7 edition of Entertainment Weekly featured the 63-year-old actress Jessica Lange, smirking in a nun's black habit, holding a big, punishing cane in her hands. Lange is returning for a second season on the FX series "American Horror Story," but this time with an entirely new plot and characters.

Nuns are now a thing of horror. "Jessica Lange returns, this time as a terrifying nun," promised the magazine's cover. They eagerly hyped a new storyline that's "a macabre mash-up of nuns, Nazis, aliens, a serial killer named...