Sister Mary Eunice was a very impressionable nun to Sister Sheila and Sister Ingalls and held strong political beliefs about the Vietnam war. She was also a liar and claimed she had Sister Constance's blessing to leave the convent without the veil.
Physical Appearance Edit
Sister Mary Eunice, like the other nuns, wore a nun outfit. She had brown hair and large, green eyes.
Before Sister Ingalls's incarceration Edit
Before Sister Ingalls was incarcerated and was a trainee nun, Sister Mary Eunice was seen talking to Sister Sheila about a rally going on in Washington. Sister Ingalls showed interest to this and asked if Sister Constance had given her blessing. Sister Mary Eunice claimed she had.
After attending a rally, Sister Mary Eunice and Sister Sheila exit a vehicle, shortly followed by Sister Ingalls. When they return to the church, a nun asks where they have been, and states that Sister Constance wishes to see them. Sister Mary Eunice reveals that Sister Constance never gave her blessing verbally, only "in spirit". ("Take a Break From Your Values")
Memorable Quotes Edit
- "So, we'll do some penance. We do penance all day anyway. At least now it can be for something we're proud of. I mean, what's the point? To keep our heads down and be well starched? We have no jobs, no husbands. If we don't fight to make the world a better place, who will? The pigs? You know I'm right."
- — Sister Mary Eunice to Sister Sheila and Sister Ingalls