Category Archives: Modesty

  1. Celebrity: First Thoughts

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    March 7, 2013 by lucieromarin

    Well, here’s a tricky topic, but it’s been on my mind for some time, (as in, about two years) so …
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  2. The Case of the Immodest Mermaid

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    February 24, 2013 by lucieromarin

    One of the challenges of hosting story-time with the youngsters of one’s parish is making sure you avoid accidentally reading …
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  3. Bullying – First Thoughts

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    February 12, 2013 by lucieromarin

    Since reading this post over at Charming Disarray, I’ve been mulling over her questions, apropos men (and women) who judge …
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  4. A Second Postscript; then I’m Moving On

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    January 24, 2013 by lucieromarin

    At the risk of becoming one of the mono-topical individuals I’ve written against, I wanted to conclude this series of …
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  5. Loneliness: a Postscript

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    January 22, 2013 by lucieromarin

    So, I managed to write for an hour yesterday and still omit the one point I really wanted to make, …
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  6. A Different Apologetic

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    January 21, 2013 by lucieromarin

    So, having declared that contemporary methods of chastity apologetics cause more problems than they solve, I’ve left myself in the …
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  7. More Wizards! (in Chastity Apologetics)

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    January 19, 2013 by lucieromarin

    If you’ve ever seen a woman go spare in a fast food joint simply because she heard she’d have to …
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  8. Modesty: A Less Weird and Angry Approach

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    December 1, 2012 by lucieromarin

    Alas! If you are going to move in Catholics circles, you are going to hear lots of other people’s thoughts …
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  9. Modesty, and Why Men Talk Like That About It

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    November 29, 2012 by lucieromarin

    A recent post over at Charming Disarray – in which the writer describes having to argue with Catholics against wife-beating …
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