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Clergy knew their ranks

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    I was a flight attendant for 35 years. When members of the clergy boarded the aircraft, they knew their ranks. If you were a nun or a mother superior, or a priest or a monsignor, you would usually end up in a tourist class seat. If you were a Cardinal or a archbishop, first class seats for those individuals. At times their were exceptions concerning priests and monsignors, depending upon what type of neighbourhood, your church was located. Well to do neighbourhood parish priests may have occupied business class or first class seats.

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    "I know my place"
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9tXBC-71aZs

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    • Shirley Brahms
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      That led me on to others. Loads of laughs!

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    Originally posted by Eric7885 View Post
    I was a flight attendant for 35 years. When members of the clergy boarded the aircraft, they knew their ranks. If you were a nun or a mother superior, or a priest or a monsignor, you would usually end up in a tourist class seat. If you were a Cardinal or a archbishop, first class seats for those individuals. At times their were exceptions concerning priests and monsignors, depending upon what type of neighbourhood, your church was located. Well to do neighbourhood parish priests may have occupied business class or first class seats.
    It's the same in any organisation. The higher up, the more perks.

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