Mother Superior Rubber Duck
 
Mother Superior Rubber Duck

She rules the roost, or the convent, with nothing but a ruler.

A nun who is elected to head her monastery is termed an abbess if the monastery is an abbey, a prioress if it is a priory, or more generically may be referred to as the Mother Superior and styled "Reverend Mother". The distinction between abbey and priory has to do with the terms used by a particular order or by the level of independence of the monastery. Technically, a convent is any home of a community of sisters—or, indeed, of priests and brothers, though this term is rarely used in the U.S. The term "monastery" is often used by communities within the Benedictine family, and "convent" (when referring to a cloister) is often used of the monasteries of certain other orders.

Sometimes, a Mother Superior may even help struggling musicians, like the Blues Brothers.

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Not intended as a toy for ages 13 and under.