|Ugly clothing deprives society of order, truth and beauty|
which lead us to God.
The universal design of such clothing allows everyone to wear the same thing. Instead of identifying the wearer as unique and full of personality it is suited for two extremes; laying on the couch watching the same show everyone else is watching OR jogging through the park with other meaningless attired individuals. This is not a vibrant or Christian society. The respective appearance and duties of man or woman, butcher, baker or candlestick maker all erode in a universal melting pot.
A second problem arises when clothing is ugly. Spandex leggings and shapeless tunics in horrid prints that all come from the same factory are no replacement for embroidered gowns and finely tailored suits, artistically fitted to the wearer. This popular, often immodest clothing takes all thought out of dressing. The ugliness assaults our souls too, influenced quite directly by what we wear. Ugly clothing deprives society of order, truth and beauty which lead us to God.
|Beauty is never more brilliant than when|
contrasted against ugliness, as we see today.
Those who work to defend and build Christian civilization have a truly special place in this onslaught. Beauty is never more brilliant than when contrasted against ugliness. Neither is the objective moral law more attractive than when presented amidst chaos. The apostolate of the Catholic lady is more important than ever. We must work to enrich society with pearls and swishing skirts, tea parties, and every unique and beautiful custom. We have the assurance that the gates of hell will not prevail and in the end Jesus and Mary will triumph.
WHAT DO YOU THINK?