Cheap Show: Sister Cristina Is Done With Religious Life

Sister Cristina Scuccia, 34, was a star in Italy’s Novus Ordo Church. She won the talent show The Voice of Italy with Alicia Keys’ song No One. The …
Kenjiro M. Yoshimori
She belonged to an Italian religious Orders called " Orsoline delle Sacra Famiglia", Ursulines of the Holy Family, based in Rome. They had, as of 2020 (latest totals), all of 57 members! Now, 56 or less with Scuccia gone. There are tons of tiny religious orders like this one which are going, or have gone extinct in Italy and across Europe since Vatican II........and now in USA as well which, amazingly …More
She belonged to an Italian religious Orders called " Orsoline delle Sacra Famiglia", Ursulines of the Holy Family, based in Rome. They had, as of 2020 (latest totals), all of 57 members! Now, 56 or less with Scuccia gone. There are tons of tiny religious orders like this one which are going, or have gone extinct in Italy and across Europe since Vatican II........and now in USA as well which, amazingly (because before Vatican II there were a hundred or more USA Orders with 1,000+ members), not ONE single USA Order of nuns with 1,000 members. But there are many now, with the same totals as this Ursuline Order....or less. VERY SAD. I hope the next Pope begings to realize what a disaster Vatican II is. I think some Cardinals know it....but are to cowardly to state it. And many Bishops too.
Kenjiro M. Yoshimori
I watched the old YouTube of her 2014 performance again and thought, this isn't a real nun, and her Order not a real Order of nuns anymore, as to allow her to do this. This is more in keeping with the John Paul II, "World Youth Day" "catholicism"...which as we all know wasn't/isn't Catholicism at all.
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Nun quits religious life. Remember her? She was 'Suor Cristina'
The New Knights Templar
Truly sad, but perhaps it's better she's out of the Church if her heart and soul isn't in her religious vocation.
aderito
Its never too late to come back to the real world ,the World of God
Carol H
She has fallen in love with herself; Christ no longer has her heart. What an awful betrayal...She really needs our prayers.
Fr Dan
Like another famous nun from the early 60s, The singing Nun, she learned the hard way, nobody was interested in her when she left the Dominicans. Like a famous singing composer Benedictine monk who wanted to make it big after leaving his order.. Cristina will be very disappointed and sad on so many levels.
Kenjiro M. Yoshimori
And she deserves it. 🤪
GaryLockhart
The singing Nun aka Jeanne-Paule Marie "Jeannine" Deckers ended up committing suicide with her "companion" Annie Pécher. After she left her order the Belgian government was interested in the $63,000 in back taxes they claimed she owed.
Actually A Catholic
She was USED by entertainment creeps because it was harmful to the Church.
As she is no longer a NUN she is no longer useful to them.
And she broke her VOWS to GOD in a foolish attempt to continue in the favor of those that USED her.
May she repent while she yet can.More
She was USED by entertainment creeps because it was harmful to the Church.

As she is no longer a NUN she is no longer useful to them.

And she broke her VOWS to GOD in a foolish attempt to continue in the favor of those that USED her.

May she repent while she yet can.
P. O'B
Poor child. I hope she learns the lessons in secular life that she didn't learn in religious life. But I don't think she'll learn them as an entertainer.
Jan Kanty Lipski
la verdad prevalece
We will recognize them by their fruits.....Bergoglianism ends in the loss of faith, ends in apostasy. The Virgin of the Mystic Rose warned of the betrayal of the faith of this type of infidel religious who are swords that pierce the heart of the virgin.
Just me
When I first saw this crazy nun yelling (some called it singing) and flailing her arms around, Much later on a dream came to me I had when I was in my early mid 20's. I walked into an auditorium concert like hall, and everyone was going crazy. I noticed some nuns jumping up and down, their arms flailing around. They were yelling and excited. I looked for a seat and it was one aisle above them to …More
When I first saw this crazy nun yelling (some called it singing) and flailing her arms around, Much later on a dream came to me I had when I was in my early mid 20's. I walked into an auditorium concert like hall, and everyone was going crazy. I noticed some nuns jumping up and down, their arms flailing around. They were yelling and excited. I looked for a seat and it was one aisle above them to the right. I was so sick and disgusted. I thought, what are they doing? Why are they acting this way? I could not stand to be near them. I could not imagine any of my nuns acting this way. I realized what Christ was doing. He was showing me the future of our religious. Up until today nearly 50 years later, I still can't get it out of my mind. And it still sickens me. I pray not only for priests, but for our nuns as well.
Kenjiro M. Yoshimori
Phoney nun, also phoney Order she belonged to. Phoney Novus Ordo Vatican II Church. Her Order is worthless, to have allowed her to go on television and compete in that program anyway. She is a cheap novelty act who will fade away quickly, just like "The Singing Nun", Sister Luc Gabrielle (aka Soeur Sourire) in the early 1960's, a Dominican nun who appeared on "The Ed Sullivan Show" in January, 1964…More
Phoney nun, also phoney Order she belonged to. Phoney Novus Ordo Vatican II Church. Her Order is worthless, to have allowed her to go on television and compete in that program anyway. She is a cheap novelty act who will fade away quickly, just like "The Singing Nun", Sister Luc Gabrielle (aka Soeur Sourire) in the early 1960's, a Dominican nun who appeared on "The Ed Sullivan Show" in January, 1964. She left the convent towards the end of 1967. And her Belgian Order, the Dominican Missionary Sisters of Fichermont, founded in 1920 with the purpose of being missionaries in the then "Belgian Congo" and to assist priests there, went liberal in the mid-1970's like all the rest and is now extinct.
Kenjiro M. Yoshimori
I should have mentioned that Sister Luc Gabrielle (Jeanne Deckers), or "Souer Sourire="Sister Smiles", was famous for the song "Dominique", which reached #1 on the pop charts in Europe in 1963, and also in the USA. It was a song, in French, about the life and mission of St. Dominic. People now in their late 60's and 70's will know who I mean. I only know of her from doing research in the Church afew …More
I should have mentioned that Sister Luc Gabrielle (Jeanne Deckers), or "Souer Sourire="Sister Smiles", was famous for the song "Dominique", which reached #1 on the pop charts in Europe in 1963, and also in the USA. It was a song, in French, about the life and mission of St. Dominic. People now in their late 60's and 70's will know who I mean. I only know of her from doing research in the Church afew years ago, concentrating on USA and European religious Orders and famous members.
V.R.S.
Then she went to Lesbos and finally committed suicide. After leaving the convent she was engaged by Notorious Cardinal Suenens to write some songs for the Hairysmatic Movement.
lancs1
Narcissism and the appalling formation of the Vatican II religion.
Maggie212
She merely used the "habit" as a gimmick to promote what she really wanted which was fame and fortune.
Kenjiro M. Yoshimori
She probably won't have much of either. Her fame was being a nun who sings, just like the 1960's "Singing Nun" Jeanne Deckers. She too left the convent in 1967, four years after hitting fame with the catchy tune "Dominique" (1963) and appearing on the Ed Sullivan Show. Scuccia will probably end up the same way. All the royalties Jeanne Deckers made as "The Singing Nun", went to her Order, the …More
She probably won't have much of either. Her fame was being a nun who sings, just like the 1960's "Singing Nun" Jeanne Deckers. She too left the convent in 1967, four years after hitting fame with the catchy tune "Dominique" (1963) and appearing on the Ed Sullivan Show. Scuccia will probably end up the same way. All the royalties Jeanne Deckers made as "The Singing Nun", went to her Order, the Dominican Sisters of Our Lady of Fichermont (now extinct), based in Belgium near the famous Waterloo battlefields. Deckers tried to make it on her own as a singer in nightclubs etc., and soon filed. She tried her hand as a radical liberal femminist, protesting Paul VI's 1968 "Humanae Vitae" and wrote a song praising the birth control pill. The song was a flop, and she was banned in many Catholic places. She tried to open a small school for lchildren with learning difficulties. It was a tiny institution and failed after a few years. In the mid-1980's, living in near poverty, she committed suicide. Being a nun was her fame. Just like Scuccia. As a layperson she will flop. She's working as a waitress in Spain right now, and probably will end her days in near poverty too. Sorry to say, but I don;t wish her good luck in a singing career.
Defeat Modernism
She was never a religious sister to begin with. The Novus Ordo ;church' is a fake as her vocation.
Werte
“God cannot give us a happiness and peace apart from Himself, because it is not there. There is no such thing.” - C.S. Lewis