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26th May '16 11:09:29 AM Willbyr
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* Subverted in ''{{Hellsing}}'', where one of the major conflicts is between the Protestants and the Catholics over how to deal with vampires and other demons.

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* Subverted in ''{{Hellsing}}'', ''Manga/{{Hellsing}}'', where one of the major conflicts is between the Protestants and the Catholics over how to deal with vampires and other demons.



* ''MariaHolic'' is interesting in that the writers are both having fun with the [[LightNovel/MariaSamaGaMiteru Catholic Schoolgirl Lesbian Genre]] and are fully aware of the [[ShownTheirWork actual Catholic teachings.]] One rare serious moment has the StudentCouncilPresident explaining the Catholic beliefs and how non-Christians get along in that environment. All in all, it's rather respectful to both.
* The nun division in ''MahouSenseiNegima'''s academy defense is utterly saturated with this trope. Of course, they only show up in one arc, and even then it's quite a brief one, as only 3 members are ever seen.

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* ''MariaHolic'' ''Manga/MariaHolic'' is interesting in that the writers are both having fun with the [[LightNovel/MariaSamaGaMiteru Catholic Schoolgirl Lesbian Genre]] and are fully aware of the [[ShownTheirWork actual Catholic teachings.]] One rare serious moment has the StudentCouncilPresident explaining the Catholic beliefs and how non-Christians get along in that environment. All in all, it's rather respectful to both.
* The nun division in ''MahouSenseiNegima'''s ''Manga/MahouSenseiNegima'''s academy defense is utterly saturated with this trope. Of course, they only show up in one arc, and even then it's quite a brief one, as only 3 members are ever seen.
23rd Apr '16 7:06:30 PM MsChibi
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\n* Sometimes, the CatholicSchoolgirlsRule trope is discussed or played with. (DependingOnTheWriter, it may be deconstructed.)
15th Jan '16 2:07:36 PM Anddrix
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In other words, just the [[TheThemeParkVersion basic stereotypical stuff]]. None of the complexities to [[ViewersAreMorons confuse the audience]], and especially none of the controversies (unless it's RippedFromTheHeadlines).

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In other words, just the [[TheThemeParkVersion basic stereotypical stuff]]. None of the complexities to [[ViewersAreMorons confuse the audience]], audience, and especially none of the controversies (unless it's RippedFromTheHeadlines).
24th Dec '15 8:17:24 PM MsChibi
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* [[RaisedCatholic Characters who identify as Catholic]], whether practicing or not, will often have a guilt complex.

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* [[RaisedCatholic Characters who identify as Catholic]], whether practicing or not, will often have a guilt complex.GuiltComplex.
22nd Dec '15 10:50:19 PM MsChibi
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* Such characters, whether [[RaisedCatholic practicing or not]], will often display signs of a GuiltComplex.




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* Such characters, whether [[RaisedCatholic practicing or not]], will often display signs of a GuiltComplex.




22nd Dec '15 8:39:04 PM MsChibi
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\n\n\n* Such characters, whether [[RaisedCatholic practicing or not]], will often display signs of a GuiltComplex.



11th Jan '15 9:55:40 PM MsChibi
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\n\n\n* A female character may [[TakingTheVeil decide to become a nun]].



28th Oct '14 4:33:44 PM Angeldeb82
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* In the fourth series finale of ''{{Misfits}}'', Nadine and her protectors are all cloistered, habit-wearing nuns. There's also a running gag of Rudy trying to get through 50,000 Hail Marys in order to be forgiven his many sins.
* You can see Fr. Mulcahy do a number of standard things in {{MASH}}. He blesses people with the Sign of the Cross, hears confessions, gives dying soldiers the Last Rites, and occasionally crosses himself. His constant charity work and fundraising through gambling are also typical.

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* In the fourth series finale of ''{{Misfits}}'', ''Series/{{Misfits}}'', Nadine and her protectors are all cloistered, habit-wearing nuns. There's also a running gag of Rudy trying to get through 50,000 Hail Marys in order to be forgiven his many sins.
* You can see Fr. Mulcahy do a number of standard things in {{MASH}}.''Series/{{MASH}}''. He blesses people with the Sign of the Cross, hears confessions, gives dying soldiers the Last Rites, and occasionally crosses himself. His constant charity work and fundraising through gambling are also typical.



* In the episode of ''TheSimpsons'' where Bart and Homer convert to Roman Catholicism, it's pretty much a cliché fest, full of nuns and confessionals. Marge imagines Catholic Heaven at one point, and sees a bunch of Irish, Mexican and Italian people partying. Not to mention, Homer's and Bart's most favourite activities were to become Bingo, pancakes, praying with rosaries, and blasting the streets with tommy-guns.

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* In the episode of ''TheSimpsons'' ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' where Bart and Homer convert to Roman Catholicism, it's pretty much a cliché fest, full of nuns and confessionals. Marge imagines Catholic Heaven at one point, and sees a bunch of Irish, Mexican and Italian people partying. Not to mention, Homer's and Bart's most favourite activities were to become Bingo, pancakes, praying with rosaries, and blasting the streets with tommy-guns.
22nd Oct '14 1:21:35 PM ChaoticNovelist
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* Statues of The Virgin Mary, various saints, and occasionally {{Jesus}} Himself will be prominently visible. BonusPoints if characters actually pray to them, or in front of them.

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* Statues of The Virgin Mary, various saints, and occasionally {{Jesus}} Himself will be prominently visible. BonusPoints if visible and the characters actually pray to them, or in front of them.
22nd Oct '14 12:47:25 AM MsChibi
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* Families will often be fairly large.
* [[RaisedCatholic Characters who identify as Catholic]], whether practicing or not, will often have a guilt complex.
* Statues of The Virgin Mary, various saints, and occasionally {{Jesus}} Himself will be prominently visible. BonusPoints if characters actually pray to them, or in front of them.
* Every Catholic church will have stained-glass windows and high gothic arches.



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