Well put me in a chapel veil and call me a trad...
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I think this qualifies as Catholic culture...

Today in the mail I received the two chapel veils that I ordered from none other than our own Jacafamala. They're so beautiful! I'm new to this veiling business, so it'll take a little effort on my part to be comfortable wearing them, but Jaca does excellent work and I'll be excited to wear the veils that she has made.

When I first registered at Fish Eaters, I had only been to one TLM, but since the end of January, I've been able to go to a TLM every Sunday. This coming Sunday will be my fourth in a row at a TLM. My boyfriend also bought me a 1962 missal for Christmas, so at the very least, I can play the trad part rather well these days.

I still won't be able to attend a TLM every Sunday for a while longer (circumstances being what they are), but one day my boyfriend and I hope to make the Church where we attend the TLM now our home parish. 

I just wanted to share with you all, since Fish Easters has, of course, been instrumental in bringing me to tradition. I also wanted to put in a shameless plug about how beautiful Jaca's veils are, and how reasonably priced. I hope she doesn't mind. Here's the link to her site: http://www.rosamysticamantilla.com/



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#2
Cool!

:w2go:
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#3
Good to hear, P!

That goes for both accounts - glad to hear you've been able to hear so many Masses of the Ages and glad to see we have such a talented veil/mantilla-er in the Tank.

Hopefully you can spread your love of veiling at your NO parish while you're stylin'!  :)
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#4
Jaca is that girl on the website your daughter? If so you've got some cute kids!
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#5
According to Patrick Madrid, he even thinks that veils are still required at NO masses.

http://patrickmadrid.com/blog/veil-wars
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(02-16-2011, 07:40 PM)Penelope Wrote: I think this qualifies as Catholic culture...

Today in the mail I received the two chapel veils that I ordered from none other than our own Jacafamala. They're so beautiful! I'm new to this veiling business, so it'll take a little effort on my part to be comfortable wearing them, but Jaca does excellent work and I'll be excited to wear the veils that she has made.

When I first registered at Fish Eaters, I had only been to one TLM, but since the end of January, I've been able to go to a TLM every Sunday. This coming Sunday will be my fourth in a row at a TLM. My boyfriend also bought me a 1962 missal for Christmas, so at the very least, I can play the trad part rather well these days.

I still won't be able to attend a TLM every Sunday for a while longer (circumstances being what they are), but one day my boyfriend and I hope to make the Church where we attend the TLM now our home parish. 

I just wanted to share with you all, since Fish Easters has, of course, been instrumental in bringing me to tradition. I also wanted to put in a shameless plug about how beautiful Jaca's veils are, and how reasonably priced. I hope she doesn't mind. Here's the link to her site: http://www.rosamysticamantilla.com/

Wonderful! Keep it up.
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#7
nice!!
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:w2go: ;D
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