Hey sisters, Ruth here! So we've come to the final "Why Modesty" post. And this one is a rough topic because now we're bringing men into it. Let me just start out by saying that although it is a common misconception, we are not responsible for any lust or impure actions men may take against… Continue reading Why Modesty: The One About Men
Dear Sister*, Last time, Veronica discussed modesty and how it is about presenting ourselves as confident, godly women. Today, we're going to talk about how modesty is part of living out our vocation. As Christians, we have many vocations. The word vocation is from the Latin vocare, to call. A vocation is that we are loved… Continue reading Why Modesty: Far Too Precious
Hello sisters! Veronica here today! With this post, we are starting a three-part series called Why Modesty? The goal of this series to explain our perspective on modesty and hopefully show you why it is so important. This first part will be focusing on how modesty shows our dignity. So I don't know where you're… Continue reading Why Modesty: Dressing with Dignity and Purpose
Hello, my beautiful sisters! One of my absolute favorite quotes is a quote attributed to St. Irenaeus. The quote is: "The glory of God is man fully alive." Well, what is man fully alive? Someone who is fully alive is someone who lives their life to the fullest. You could call this the Christian version of YOLO; but… Continue reading Fully Alive
Hey Sister, I know that summer can be very rough. From annoying family members on vacation, to stress over financing vacation, to homesickness at summer camp, to dry spirituality on a mission trip, this is a hard time of the year. This week certainly hasn't been smooth sailing for me. I'm at a ballet intensive… Continue reading Ingrown Toenails, St. Peter, and Isaiah 55:9
Hello, beautiful sisters of mine! If you're saving sex for marriage, then you know "the look." The "Oh my gosh, has she even lived???" look. The "She only says that because no one wants her" look. Trust me, I understand. But they don't understand. They ask "Why wait??" Well, fair question. Why do I wait? Some people… Continue reading Why Wait?
Many claim that the Catholic Church is oppressive to women. As a young Catholic woman, I have to laugh at that proposition. Yes it's true. Women can't be priests. And if you struggle with that fact, you are not alone. I, and thousands of other girls and women have perplexedly asked the same question. But… Continue reading When “I Do” Sounds Like “This is My Body”