Rocking Nun Suor Cristina: A Follow-Up

Rocking Nun Suor Cristina: A Follow-Up

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You’ve been living under a rock — no pun intended — if you haven’t yet heard about “Sister” Cristina Scuccia, the Novus Ordo nun that appeared on The Voice of Italy‘s talent contest on March 19, singing and dancing in a profane manner to the Alicia Keys song No One. This blog post is a follow-up to our original post covering the scandal, Suor Cristina: Novus Ordo Nun’s Got Talent.

It is quite disheartening, but not really surprising, that among Novus Ordos (“modern Catholics”) so far almost all of the reaction to this we have seen was positive. This is a testimony to the total absence of good Catholic sense in most adherents of the Vatican II religion, and it is certainly a consequence of the uncatholic doctrinal and moral poppycock they are fed on a weekly basis.

Some people genuinely wonder, “But what is so bad about a singing nun?” To this Catholics reply that, of course there is nothing wrong with a nun singing. That’s not the point. Nuns sing in the Sacred Liturgy all the time, and some have even published recordings for the edification and enjoyment of the faithful (see here and here, for example). It’s a question of what is sung, howwhere, andwhy.

What Suor Cristina did was wrong for many reasons. Objectively, she sinned at least in the following ways (keep in mind that although all people are called to lead a moral life, religious have chosen to be “set apart” from the world and are therefore held to an even stricter standard):

  • she profaned the sacredness and dignity of the religious life
    • by trivializing it
    • by subjecting it to sordid entertainment
    • by causing an aversion for it in the hearts of those who recognize it as sacred
    • by making it clear that despite her being a nun, she has obviously not died to the world
    • by singing and performing to a song about romance
  • she succumbed to vainglory
    • by desiring to appear in a secular talent show
    • by seeking the applause and admiration of the world
    • by desiring worldly fame
  • she danced profanely
    • in a manner unbecoming of a religious
    • which is never permitted for a religious (though some dances are permissible for the laity)
  • she tempted her audience to unchaste thoughts
    • by singing a song associated with a lewd singer
    • by singing a song with somewhat suggestive lyrics
  • she saluted Satan
    • by flashing the devil’s horn
    • by joking about the devil with the judges, as though Satan were not real or not a serious matter
  • she implicitly endorsed Alicia Keys, a scandalously lewd singer
    • by singing her song No One and dancing to it
  • she implicitly endorsed The Voice of Italy and thus the many immoral things that take place during this show on a regular basis
    • by participating in and appearing on the show itself
    • thus suggesting the show is not beneath the dignity of a woman consecrated to God
    • and implying that a good Catholic can watch and participate in such an indecent show
  • she allowed a publicly scandalous male to hug her tightly, pick her up, and swirl her around
    • not just any male, but a particularly vile character (rapper J-AX)
    • she honored him by joining his “team” after her performance
  • she implicitly endorsed the four judges (J-AX, Piero Pelù, Noemi, Raffaella Carrà)
    • by performing in front of them
    • by seeking their opinion
    • as though they were to be looked up to by anyone
    • as though their worldly judgment were to be held in esteem by religious or anyone else
    • as though their judgment were of any value in the eyes of God

 

If you need further evidence of the sordidness of this whole spectacle, consider who some of the people are with whom Suor Cristina has now, in one way or another, associated herself and whom she has indirectly endorsed. We provide the following links only to document the facts about three of these people and urge caution because the material found there is offensive and immoral in various ways:

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Bombay Laity Ezekiel’s Chapter 3 Task as Watchman 17 “Son of man, I have made you a watchman for the people of Israel; so hear the word I speak and give them warning from me. 18 When I say to a wicked person, ‘You will surely die,’ and you do not warn them or speak out to dissuade them from their evil ways in order to save their life, that wicked person will die for[b] their sin, and I will hold you accountable for their blood. 19 But if you do warn the wicked person and they do not turn from their wickedness or from their evil ways, they will die for their sin; but you will have saved yourself.
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One Response to Rocking Nun Suor Cristina: A Follow-Up

  1. Claude says:

    Is this a serious article???

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