Tag: Relativism the Enemy of Modesty

Jun 2019

I have finished writing now about modesty of words, actions, and dress. You may have noticed an emphasis on life in the family and the Church, but a lack of focus on life in the larger community. There is a reason for this: I have emphasized that practice of modesty requires that a person recognize his objective identity within a given social order; I pointed out that this identity is most of all rooted in our parents and in our baptism. Yet our identity is multifaceted and deeply connected also with things......

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