Link Catholicnews.org by Jeffrey Miller June 29, 2005 written by Jeffrey Miller June 29, 2005 Funny stuff going on over at catholicnews.org. She has come up with some pretty funny satirical news stories and the last two posts were especially good. 5 comments 0 FacebookTwitterGoogle +Pinterest Jeffrey Miller previous post One? next post Christian Club You may also like For your enjoyment March 2, 2006 B is for Biretta January 24, 2007 Here and There July 30, 2008 One of the first things I'll read September 29, 2005 Counsels on Discipline and Love June 9, 2003 Just as long as he doesn't say Bam!... October 29, 2006 Catechetical Renewal of the Catholic Church February 24, 2007 Carmelite site March 18, 2003 Apparent disasters April 5, 2005 Transcript April 27, 2005 5 comments maureen martin June 30, 2005 - 10:25 am Hey – Thank you! I added you to my blog roll. God bless, Maureen Martin Catholic Pillow Fight June 30, 2005 - 1:38 pm Modesty is relative A tip of the hat to The Curt Jester for a link to this neato blog called catholicnews.org hosted by Maureen Martin. I was reading one of her posts entitled Modesty is Relative, and sprayed coffee all over my monitor. Teresa July 1, 2005 - 2:12 am What was that doilie the ladies used to wear in Mass called? A mantilla, I think? I’m a post-VII gal, but I do remember long ago when women wore dresses and doilies on their heads and men wore suits and ties, and I’m old enough to remember the Virginia Slims ad which I think applies…. “We’ve come a long way, baby!” Lynn July 2, 2005 - 10:51 pm I remember when girls/women had to have their heads covered to go into a Catholic Church. In the absence of a mantilla, we might use kleenex or notebook paper (or other creative options) when making a quick visit. Pat July 11, 2005 - 4:55 pm Those little “doilies” were called chapel veils. The long, Spanish-looking lace numbers were mantillas. I remember a day when I was feeling quite rebelious in my Catholic junior high school and ditched my chapel veil. Pretty nearly got me expelled. Comments are closed.