10/06/2007

Catholic Bad Habits


Catholic Nuns Of The 1960s
 Going to Catholic grade school in the 1960's was difficult enough. Adding angry nuns was a recipe of pure Hell. The nuns were vicious, without mercy. I knew my mission in life the day I pulled Sister Ann Teresa's habit off her head. I had to know what secret treasures lay hidden beneath. The Grassy Knoll Institute conspiracy began. 

Growing Up Catholic In the 1960's Archives Below: 
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The Ursuline High School Band (Circa 1942) 12/23/2011
Do Black Patent Leather Shoes Really Reflect Up 04/09/2011
Catholic Nuns Unveiled 07/28/2010
Another Reason To Hate Catholic Nuns 01/25/2010
Catholic Nun Mafia Of The 1960's 01/12/2010
Special Talent Day 08/06/2009
Altar Boys Secret Society - Serving Mass 07/19/2009
Anatomy Of A Catholic Mass 08/19/2008
My First Holy Communion 07/14/2008
Nuns On The Run 05/27/2008
My First Confession 04/13/2008
Sexy Nun Punishment 03/04/2008
Catholic School Uniforms 12/23/2007
What Lies Beneath A Nuns Robe 12/13/2007 
Nuns Plotting My Eternal Damnation 11/23/2007
Annual Catholic Spelling Bee 11/17/2007
A Gaggle Of Nuns 11/13/2007
A Question About Noah 11/11/2007
Dare To Dream 11/05/2007
My Catholic Permanent Record 11/03/2007
4th Grade Class Picture - 1969-1970 11/01/2007
Pre-Cana Marriage Classes 11/01/2007
Sexiest Catholic Nun Ever 10/28/2007
Confetti Bandit Strikes Again 10/22/2007
Managing Venial And Mortal Sins 10/19/2007
All Catholics Are Right Handed 10/14/2007
Flute-O-Phone Concert 10/13/2007
The Holy Trinity 10/12/2007
Altar Boys Secret Society 10/11/2007
God Is All Powerful 10/10/2007
Curious Thing About Adam And Eve 10/08/2007
The Catholic Nun Habit 10/07/2007

  LURKING, RELIGIOUSLY, ON THE GRASSY KNOLL

4 comments:

  1. The good Monsignor2/16/2014 3:35 PM

    I went to Catholic school in the South in the 1960's, and AM left handed. The nuns NEVER tried to "break me" of it. The only thing I remember is that my first grade Sister, asked my mother, who stated that left handedness was a family trait.

    As to the other tales of terror, I never was a victim, as I told the nuns I had a vocation to the Priesthood ( I didn't lie, in fact, I made Monsignor in the late 1990's - and hold one of the ranks the current Papal Clown has decided we don't need anymore). The only times I saw some jerk get a nun's fury - it was long over due and well earned on his part!!!!!

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    1. I am still left handed. My point was that the Nuns tried to convert me to right handed. And, you were never the center of a Nuns eraser because you told the Nuns you wanted to be a priest. (Some may say that was the cowards way out, some may say it was forward thinking, but who am I to judge)
      Sorry the guy with the big white hat downsized and your job went out the window.
      It would also appear by your comments that you condone violence to grade school children administered from their teacher. I do not think it would be appropriate at any time for a Nun to throw an eraser and hit a child in the head or to strike a child with a ruler thin side up over their knuckles. Perhaps your church has different beliefs. Perhaps that is why you were let go from your job.

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  2. We were never hit with the edgeside of a ruler, nor did I in eight years see an eraser thrown at anyone.

    I am still a priest, and still one of the last protonaries apostolic created under Benedict XVI. I still have and will have the assignment given to me by the Apostolic Nuncio until I retire some 15 or so years in the future. A priest is rarely out of a job.

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