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September is for Our Lady of Sorrows

August celebrates the Queenship of the Madonna. September not only celebrates her birth, but remembers her sorrows. Our Lady is depicted in a mournful state, eyes turned towards heaven, sometimes with seven swords stabbed into her heart. These swords are known to terrify and confuse children and newcomers. Unlike some newer branches of Christianity, CatholicismContinue reading “September is for Our Lady of Sorrows”

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Is It Disrespectful to Use Catholic Aesthetics in Secular Fashion?

TikTok is the social media platform of choice for Gen Z folks. Due to the pandemic, many young people have not been able to have access to sufficient social situations like high schools and colleges. Traditionally, educational and social settings were the places teens and young adults would develop their sense of style. Since societyContinue reading “Is It Disrespectful to Use Catholic Aesthetics in Secular Fashion?”


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