How low can she go?…
Now it’s getting Dirty: Sr. Cristina belts out “Dirty Dancing” Hit Song The Time of My Life
Another Wednesday, another scandalous performance by the would-be pop star “Suor Cristina”, the Sicilian Novus Ordo sister who has been making a mockery of the religious life on the Italian television program The Voice of Italy. In her semi-final performance on May 28, 2014, Cristina Scuccia reached a new low by singing and dancing the 1987 hit (I’ve Had) The Time of My Life by Bill Medley and Jennifer Warnes. For those who do not remember, this was the catchy finale song of the appropriately-titled movie Dirty Dancing released that same year.
Not surprisingly, Suor Cristina’s gig included male and female “dirty dancers” who twirled in an explicitly lewd manner while Scuccia herself began to swing her hips a bit. The following photo is a stillshot from the smutty performance:
Suor Cristina is not ashamed to associate herself — and thus also what she represents, namely (at least in the minds of her audience) the Holy Catholic Church of our Blessed Lord Jesus Christ — with a song that contains indecent lyrics clearly hinting at fornication and giving in to the desires of the flesh:
With my body and soul
I want you more than you’ll ever know
So we’ll just let it go
Don’t be afraid to lose control, no
Yes, I know what’s on your mind
When you say, “Stay with me tonight.” (stay with me)
You’re the one thing
I can’t get enough of…
(Bill Medley and Jennifer Warnes: (I’ve Had) The Time of My Life Lyrics at LyricWikia)
Yet, to most Novus Ordo adherents, this won’t matter one bit. They are so far gone, they have been numbed so much for the last 50 years, they wouldn’t see the least bit wrong with any of this. This is how far they have fallen from the Faith of the true Catholic Church of Pope Pius XII and all his predecessors. There is not one shred of Catholicism left in most of them.
Remember, however, that most people in the Vatican II Church are victims, not perpetrators. We must pray for them and lovingly seek to instruct them in the True Faith and in true Catholic morality. Perhaps a good idea would be to start them off with the book Sin and Its Consequences by Cardinal Henry Edward Manning. Or perhaps Pope St. Pius X’s stern condemnation of the Tango dance will get them thinking a bit.
Aside from all this, there’s one more thing we should mention: Sr. Cristina really doesn’t sing all that well — at least not well enough to advance to the final round of such a high-profile singing contest. Obviously, she is being advanced because she is a “nun” and people enjoy the grotesque situation of a “Catholic” religious doing everything she’s not supposed to be doing.
The Church is being mocked — and the world loves it.
More information on Cristina’s participation in the semi-finals, as well as other songs she sang, can be found at Karaoke Cristina is going to the Finals!