On the day he was cured of his left-handedness by the Good Sisters of St. John, little Frank Lombardi also went cross-eyed. “So the Lord wishes,” Sister Josephine said. It was her hickory switch, along with the Grace of God, that had been the prime mover behind the curing of the boy’s affliction. She had a strong belief in the rightness of the method. There was a time when such a thing would not have been questioned, but the new priest overseeing the parish had proven himself to be skeptical of such practices. He had a taste for photography. Some of the Sisters called him an Episcopalian behind his back.
Cover Page Footnote
"And The Lives Carried On Screaming" was originally published at Booth.
"And The Lives Carried On Screaming,"
Booth: Vol. 8
, Article 1.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.butler.edu/booth/vol8/iss2/1