Sister Maria Xavier
Sister Maria Xavier was born to English parents who lived in Dublin, she has 7 siblings.
At the age of 8 she was sent to convent school, as it was expressed that she had been chosen to fulfil a special purpose in life. She studied hard and achieved good grades and always completed what was asked of her. Unfortunately her convent school was damaged by fire so her school and private records were lost.
Sister Xavier then moved to teach at the Sisters convent, Co. Wexford. She taught secondary girls from the age of 11 to 14. She is a strong supporter of the theory ‘Spare the Rod, spoil the child.’ She also feels that is her purpose to show children the errors of their ways, children must always respect their elders. Sister Maria Xavier believes that everyone has a confession, if not She will find one. No one is perfect and she will find your imperfections. She does not suffer fools gladly and punishes hard.
Sister Maria Xavier’s run of bad luck continued and during a session of quiet reflection in the convent grounds a falling roof tile stuck her, consequently she often forgets, particularly the Catholic Catechism and how to pray the Rosary. However, her teaching methods remain sound. The Sisters convent merged with another convent school and unfortunately a position was not found for Sister Maria Xavier. Her teaching records were lost during the moving process.
Currently Sister Maria Xavier is a Governor of the Phoenix school and supply teacher at London Corporal Punishment School.