When they say dress like Virgin Mary
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What does this mean?
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(10-12-2021, 07:11 PM)AnaCarolina1 Wrote: What does this mean?

Dress modestly.
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White gown and a long blue veil? 

Hehe, naw, just kidding. Couldn't resist. 

I too think it means we should dress with modesty.  I think dressing with modesty changes depending on where you're going. For example, you wouldn't dress for a day at the shore the same way as you would for Holy Mass. Neither would you dress the same for a dinner out as you would for gardening. 

We should use common sense.
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Wear a blue gown, with a head veil, and don't wear slutty lingerie.
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(10-12-2021, 07:11 PM)AnaCarolina1 Wrote: What does this mean?
Our Lady's words at Fatima, "Certain styles and fashions are being introduced which gravely offend My Divine Son"

First there was the Purity Crusade of Mary Immaculate

Marylike Modesty Handbook of the Purity Crusade of Mary Immaculate
-December 8, 1944, the Feast of the Immaculate Conception.

http://cora.dashjr.org/trad/modesty.html
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Then updated In 1953, by Fr. Bernard Kunkel of Bartelso, Illinois to include things like the Marilyke tag in department stores.

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The effort lasted until around the late 1960s
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I'll be making a call to my daughters Catholic HS regarding a recent dance..
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(10-13-2021, 11:17 PM)AnaCarolina1 Wrote: I'll be making a call to my daughters Catholic HS regarding a recent dance..

I once dropped my daughter off at a middle school dance and was shocked to see many other 13-y.olds gettinv out of their parents cars wearing full-on hooker platform shoes and extremely tight stretchy ultra mini dresses. This was a decade ago at a public school.
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thank you for your reply Margaret Mary..This was a bring a guest dance , so of course the principal said they were from another school ha! I was in a bad mood today and told her what I thought.
They did not have to permit them in, imho.

Shoulders covered twirly dresses is what my daughters friends wore, according to rules.

I mean don't they have dad's? My husband would never let our daughter out of the house like that..Her brothers either. Me especially because I buy the clothes! She wears a Philomena cord for purity under her clothes. St. Philomena is a strong saint against this.

I guess they were looking for the wrong kind of attention..
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Thanks everone
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