Monday, July 14, 2008

Mormon-like Pure Fashion from Regnum Christi

"Accordingly, the clothing guidelines for the fashion shows are strict: Shirt necklines should be no lower than four fingers below the collarbone, no thin or sheer material, no strappy backs or halters, and no tank tops without overlaid shirt or jacket; pants should not be too tight, and the appropriate length for shorts is determined by putting arms straight at the side and measuring no higher than your longest finger; skirts should be no shorter than four fingers above the kneecap; and no exposed bra straps."

Reading the PURE FASHION RULES for this new generation of Chaste Catholic Virgins reminds one of the ritual purity rules of the Book of Leviticus and Christ's remonstration with the Pharisees in Matthew 23;
the writers of FASHION RULES must never have read the Letters of St Paul either, as these celebrate the Christian's freedom from the nit-picking Old Law...


1 comment:

  1. Legion and Regnum need to go beyond Petty Apostolates and get to something important like the Sant'Egidio Community
    Pope Meets With Sant'Egidio Leaders

    VATICAN CITY, SEPT. 2, 2008 ( Representatives of the Community of Sant'Egidio presented to Benedict XVI the program for the 2008 Interreligious Prayer Meeting for Peace.

    Andrea Riccardi, the community's founder, was present at Monday's meeting in which he personally informed the Pope of the event titled "The Civilization of Peace: Religions and Cultures in Dialogue." It will be held Nov. 16-18 in Cyprus.

    Sant'Egidio organizes this meeting every year to keep alive the spirit of the World Day of Prayer called by John Paul II in Assisi 1986. Benedict XVI was present at the 2007 meeting in Naples.

    Sant'Egidio is organizing the prayer meeting in conjunction with the Orthodox archbishop of Cyprus, Chrysostom II.

    Marco Impagliazzo, the president of Sant'Egidio, and Bishop Vincenzo Paglia of Terni-Narni-Amelia, were also present at the meeting.

    The 40-year-old community informed in a communiqué that in the meeting with Benedict XVI they also discussed "poverty in the world and the care of AIDS in Africa."