The Proper Attire in Attending Sunday Mass

Posted by Kris on March 2nd, 2016

The way we dress is a common knowledge for everyone. We should wear clothes according to the occasion so that we will not humiliate ourselves. Thus, almost every Christian is aware how to dress properly when attending mass. However, there are some debates what "proper attire" should consist. For most people, they wear their best clothes because it means they are respecting the Church and God. Though, some people think that Christians should follow the teachings of God and learn to dress simply. Church-goers should not wear extravagant and expensive clothes. Personally, I think that clothes are a miniscule topic in relation to our faith. Christians can wear their best clothes that looked like as simple attire. Fashion should not be related to attending the mass because it is largely different with each other. If you don't know how to start a fashion blog, you can ask for advice from other fashion bloggers.

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Black Conservative Artist has paintings banned

Posted by DeWaun on February 9th, 2006

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George Washington on National Happiness

Posted by DeWaun on February 3rd, 2006

The Patriot Post — Founders’ Quote Daily

“Your love of liberty - your respect for the laws - your habits of industry - and your practice of the moral and religious obligations, are the strongest claims to national and individual happiness.” – George Washington (letter to the Residents of Boston, 27 October 1789)

Reference: Maxims of George Washington, Schroeder, ed. (139)

Christianity Insulted? Big Deal. Islam Insulted? Riot!

Posted by DeWaun on January 30th, 2006

Check out this latest article on the child-like behavior of the Palestinian radicals: Palestinians storm EU office in Gaza

The world community could care less about the feelings of Christians who have endured slanderous articles, statements from public figures, movies or comic strips that paint Jesus Christ and the Bible or its principles in a highly unflattering manner. But let one Danish newspaper run a cartoon in which Islam is “toyed” with…and out come the Kalishnikovs, national flags are burned, weeping and wailing and general gnashing of teeth commences. What a bunch of selfish, narcissistic, spoiled little children. And we’re now supposed to believe they can carry on as a civilized nation state? Look what happened…they elected a Terrorist organization to power, they can’t handle criticism of their religion, they’re a bunch of uncivilized brats.

Church etiquette varies greatly between the different nations and cultural groups among whom the Christian Church is found. When attending church, it is expected that you dress in a way that reflects the morals and standards of that particular church. While standards for dressing have changed over time, many churches still expect you to wear your best clothing when attending the worship service. Do not wear anything that rises above the knee. Refrain from wearing anything transparent. Be aware of specific traditions in certain faiths. Remember to always be aware of the things that you should and shouldn’t do when you are in Church. If you want to know more about Church clothes, you can browse through the internet, but if you want to learn about SEO, look no further, try link directory and I am sure you will gain a lot more traffic for your website.

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Where Hillary Was

Posted by DeWaun on January 13th, 2006

The always entertaining and hard-hitting Michelle Malkin asks the question, “Where was Hillary on Body Armor?” She writes:

Michelle Malkin: WHERE WAS HILLARY? — On Tuesday, Hillary Clinton appeared on Good Morning America to lambaste the Bush admininstration for not caring about troops who need more body armor. She demanded an investigation. On Wednesday, Senate Armed Service Committee chairman John Warner did exactly that. But Hillary didn’t bother to show up.

Among the items on Hillary’s schedule this week that took precedence over staying in Washington: a Children’s Defense Fund lunch also attended by Hugo Chavez pal and Bush Derangement Syndrome sufferer Harry Belafonte.

Right…didn’t she also criticize President Bush after 9/11 when he was found to have been at an elementary school reading to children? So, it’s apparent that Hillary believes it’s okay for her to be “otherwise engaged” on advanced notice security issues like this, but not the President, when there was no advanced notice.

Another case of, Do As I Say (Not As I Do).

My 2006 Wish

Posted by DeWaun on December 31st, 2005

2005 has come and gone. A new year is only hours from birth. Much evil is alive in the world. And there are those working, tirelessly, to wage even more in the future. The hand of mankind is grossly inadequate to battle it alone. There must be a rekindling of our relationship to our Creator. Without guidance from the One who hung the stars that shine every night without fail, without the mercy and lovingkindness from the One who gave of Himself on a cross, where would we end up?

Politicians and Lawyers will be known as the instruments of our doom. They clamor and they fall over themselves to seek every shallow answer that assuages the nearing and bitter end of mankind, yet never stop to give hommage to the one who gave them the breath, the talent and answer. My prayer for 2006 is for the world’s politicians and lawyers to come to truly meditate upon this bit of advice from the first US President, George Washington:

“All see, and most admire, the glare which hovers round the external trappings of elevated office. To me there is nothing in it, beyond the lustre which may be reflected from its connection with a power of promoting human felicity.” – George Washington (letter to Catherine MacAuly Graham, 9
January 1790)

Reference: George Washington: A Collection, W.B. Allen, ed. (537)

May the following year bring peace and salvation to the hearts of a troubled world, a quiet peace to our battered souls and a touch of simpleness to our grossly over-accessorized existence. Amen.

Court rules against ACLU in Ten Commandments Case

Posted by DeWaun on December 29th, 2005

Have you heard about this article?I just found this at Captain’s Quarters blog:

Sixth Circuit Says No Wall Between Church And State — “I missed this story last week, although I believe other bloggers have already reported it. The 6th Federal Appellate Circuit ruled against the ACLU in a Ten Commandments case on December 21st, ruling specifically that the Constitution did not require a wall between church and state, revalidating the display of the Ten Commandments on government property…”

I sure hadn’t.

Ben Franklin Explains the Benefits of Matrimony

Posted by DeWaun on December 28th, 2005

The Federalist Patriot — Founders’ Quote Daily

“The happy State of Matrimony is, undoubtedly, the surest and most lasting Foundation of Comfort and Love; the Source of all that endearing Tenderness and Affection which arises from Relation and Affinity; the grand Point of Property; the Cause of all good Order in the World, and what alone preserves it from the utmost Confusion; and, to sum up all, the Appointment of infinite Wisdom for these great and good Purposes.” – Benjamin Franklin (Rules and Maxims for Promoting Matrimonial Happiness, 8 October 1730)

Reference: Franklin: Collected Works, Lemay, ed. (152)

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