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Published:June 6th, 2014 11:05 EST

Italy's Singing Nun, Sister Cristina Scuccia, Wins 'The Voice'! Sacrilege? Video!

By Robert Paul Reyes

Sally Fields, the Flying Nun, became a star in the late 60`s, and now a singing nun has achieved pop stardom, triumphing at Italy`s version of the musical competition show " The Voice."


Fields wasn`t a real nun, she just played one on TV, but Sister Cristina Scuccia is a real nun, and she performed in full habit.

Sister Scuccia`s choreographed rendition of the 1980s hit " Flashdance --What a Feeling" brought the house down. The singing nun, and her background dancers attired in clerical garb, may not have had the crowd shouting Amen and Halleluiah, but they sure had them ramped up.

The 25-year-old nun recited the Lords` Prayer after winning and invited the studio audience and the panel of judges to join her in inviting Jesus into the house.

A little spiritual window dressing doesn`t change the fact that Scuccia was on a mission from God to attain fame and fortune.

When I watched the video of the Scuccia performing " Flashdance" I wasn`t inspired to recite a "Hail Mary" or to light a votive candle, I had visions of doing the nasty with the hot as hell sister.

Let`s get real, Scuccia`s performance, with her dancers dressed in clerical clothes was a mockery of the Catholic Church.

What a feeling indeed, the hot sister really turns me on!

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