20 Ways for Young Women to Claim the Respect They Deserve

1. Dress in a way appropriate to your dignity. As Crystalina Evert, an awesome chastity speaker puts it, “Don’t walk around sending the message that your body is the best part of you—implying that your heart, mind, and soul aren’t so important. Instead, say with your modesty, ‘I’m worth waiting to see.’” 2. Give the…

Reverencing Our Bodies – Alice von Hildebrand

“If little girls were made aware of the great mystery confided to them, their purity would be guaranteed. The very reverence which they would have toward their own bodies would inevitably be perceived by the other sex. Men are talented at reading women’s body language, and they are not likely to risk being humiliated when…

Modesty is Annoying

Modesty is Annoying by CHRISTINA MEAD Modesty is annoying. That’s right, I said it. And not just little brother level of annoying. It’s like stand-still traffic, spilled hot coffee, only AM radio, and little brother in the back seat level of annoying. I really, truly, feel this way. Dressing modestly is not easy. You have to…

Is This Too Short?

source – MEGAN FINEGAN Is this too short? I’ve been asking myself this question since I tried on my new dress in the store. It’s really cute, figure flattering, a new style, and exactly what I’ve been looking for. It seemed like a good enough length since it’s longer than most dresses. It could use…

Modesty: Formation of New Families

Article 66 – Modesty: Formation of New Families First Published in ‘The Catholic Voice’, Ireland, July 2016 The Happy Themes Of The Spring Of Life We have been looking at Pope Pius XII’s address to the Latin Union of High Fashion. This pope, contrary to what the world would have us believe, is no prude. He says,…

Soap Out That Mouth! the Usage of Bad Language – William L. Esser, IV

 (SOURCE) by William L. Esser, IV DESCRIPTION In this article, William Esser explains, with quotes from Scripture, the harm done to oneself and others by the use of bad language. He divides bad language into three categories and states why it is wrong to speak in such a manner. He also gives some suggestions on how…

Should Catholics Cuss?

From the Catholic Gentleman Recently, a horribly raunchy movie made national headlines because it contained over 500 uses of the f-word. Yeah, it was obscenely obscene, and obviously, that level of profanity is unusual. But the fact is, vulgarities are becoming commonplace in music, movies, literature, and everyday language. This growing trend raises the question— is profanity…