She was born Aileen O’Leary. She grew up to be called Sister Discipline, the spanking nun.
Young Aileen was a very pious Catholic schoolgirl. Until her mid teens, she had always been completely honest during Confession. Then stirrings began. Feelings she did not understand and was too ashamed to tell her priest.
Seeing the school’s teacher-nuns punish boys gave made her body respond in new, unfamiliar ways. It was a very conservative school where corporal punishment had remained an important part of the moral curriculum.
Nuns regularly whipped boys’ hands with rules. Exceptionally naughty boys were taken to a special room and beaten with a heavy cane. The punishment of boys, hearing their whimpers aroused Aileen.
Completely ignorant of sex she nonetheless began masturbating to images of males being spanked and breaking into tears. She counted imaginary strokes of the cane with her Rosary.
Feeling what she believed to be God’s calling Aileen became novice. Her vocation: being a teaching nun. It was not long before the young nun earned the nickname of Sister Discipline.
The boys who felt her merciless hands might have formed a club. But there were too many of them. She had spanked almost every boy in school. Even the nominally good boys were found fault with.
Complaints by parents met only remonstrance. A cult of priests and members of the Church hierarchy shielded her from outsiders. They had formed a virtual cult devoted to Sister Discipline. Bishops and even Cardinals turned to her when they felt the need of penance.
There are a rumor that she had even spanked a Pope.