[5-Minute Dance Party] Suor Cristina Scuccia







Everyone on this earth has a secret dream, right?


Well Sister Cristina Succcia’s secret dream was to sing on Italy’s “The Voice.” It turns out her dream and her talents are well-matched.

Do you have a secret dream? Don’t worry—I won’t ask you what your secret dream happens to be. But I would like to know what you think of secret dreams in general.

For instance, when is okay for a person to allow a dream remain a dream? When do you think a person should pursue a secret dream? When is a secret dream truly unfeasible? Are there cultural norms for how we view personal dreams? Gender norms? And just what is a secret dream anyway?

No, really, I’m asking!




(Click CC for captions in various languages to hear the judges talk about this nun’s amazing talent.)

About Courtenay Bluebird

Courtenay Bluebird is the creator of Bluebird Blvd. and The Bluebird B-Side. She is a published writer, career journalist, and professional photographer who likes books and sweets. She laughs loudly and sincerely both in public and in private.
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2 Comments

  1. We follow our dreams.I believe we all aspire to reach for our dreams.And the questions you pose are of real merit only to that dreamer. Suor Cristina is so naturally talented with her voice it seems as though she was born to evangelize using that talent. She had a dream and in living this dream she can touch lives..already has! Grazie, Suor Cristina. :)

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