Pope Pius XII
"Yet, no matter how broad and changeable the relative morals of styles may be, there is always an absolute norm to be kept after having heard the admonition of conscience warning against approaching danger: Style must never be a proximate (near) occasion of sin...
It is often said, almost with passive resignation, that fashions reflect the customs of a people. But it would be more exact and much more useful to say that they express the decision and moral direction that a nation intends to take: either to be shipwrecked in licentiousness, or maintain itself at a level to which it has been raised by religion and civilization."
Minette is a homeschool wife & mother who is passionate about modesty, homeschooling and reading great books...She also teaches 5th & 6th grades at a small, rural Catholic school.