Filed under: Catholic Liturgy, Culture and Catholicism, Muslim feminism | Tags: Catholic values, culture, feminism, freedom, Islam, Latin mass, liturgy, SSPX, traditional mass, Vatican II, veil, what to wear at mass
“I really love that dress,” one handsome senior citizen comments to another as they sit, sorting baby clothes at the local crisis pregnancy center. “It looks so comfortable!” (more…)
Filed under: Culture and Catholicism | Tags: Carrie Bradshaw, Christ, feminism, Islam, Jesus, love, purity, sex, Sex and the City, sexual freedom, the rosary, veil, women, women in the marketplace
Let’s not talk about Wall Street, let’s talk about love!
Let’s commune for a second with the spirit of poor Carrie Bradshaw, who wanted Real Love (but got registered as Third Wife).
Love is hard to find! Now sex, on the other hand, is easy. Almost any combination of organs, in whatever numbers (threesomes, groups, solitary self-abusers) can achieve it. You can have sex with or without consent. You can have sex with a sheep. You can definitely have sex with a sheep without consent (because, how would you know?).
But love is hard to find.
Filed under: Culture and Catholicism, Uncategorized | Tags: Christianity, culture, feminism, Islam, modesty, Muslim, pornography, values, veil
This article in Canada.com reports that a Quebec commission spent 5 million dollars to conclude that the Muslim headscarf is no threat to the values of Canada and should be allowed. The article discusses various Islamic aspects of the question and ignores another aspect, the fact that our western, re-paganized society has very much to do with the veil.