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Dressing Properly For Church

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TVCatholic — May 08, 2010 — Homily by Father John Trigilio viewers.multicastmedia.com/viewer/viewerframes_parent.aspMore
TVCatholic — May 08, 2010 — Homily by Father John Trigilio

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One day I will start veiling myself as well -- not now -- but after all it's written in the Bible ...
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Dear TESA: It is so sad to see people dressing up for parties, but not for the greated Feast of all--the HOLY MASS.
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THIS WAS GOOD!
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Veiling www.fisheaters.com/theveil.html
For 2,000 years, Catholic women have veiled themselves before entering a church or any time they are in the presence of the Blessed Sacrament (e.g., during sick calls). It was written into the 1917 Code of Canon Law, Canon 1262, that women must cover their heads -- "especially when they approach the holy table" ("mulieres autem, capite cooperto et …More
Veiling www.fisheaters.com/theveil.html
For 2,000 years, Catholic women have veiled themselves before entering a church or any time they are in the presence of the Blessed Sacrament (e.g., during sick calls). It was written into the 1917 Code of Canon Law, Canon 1262, that women must cover their heads -- "especially when they approach the holy table" ("mulieres autem, capite cooperto et modeste vestitae, maxime cum ad mensam Dominicam accedunt") -- but during the Second Vatican Council, Bugnini (the same Freemason who designed the Novus Ordo Mass) was asked by journalists if women would still have to cover their heads. His reply, perhaps innocently enough, was that the issue was not being discussed. The journalists (as journalists are wont to do with Church teaching) took his answer as a "no," and printed their misinformation in newspapers all over the world. 1 Since then, many, if not most, Catholic women have lost the tradition.

After so many years of many women forgetting or positively repudiating the veil, clerics, not wanting to be confrontational or upset radical feminists, pretended the issue didn't exist. When the 1983 Code of Canon Law was produced, veiling was simply not mentioned (not abrogated, mind you, but simply not mentioned). However, Canons 20-21 of the 1983 Code of Canon Law make clear that later Canon Law abrogates earlier Canon Law only when this is made explicit and that, in cases of doubt, the revocation of earlier law is not to be presumed; quite the opposite:
Canon 20 A later law abrogates or derogates from an earlier law, if it expressly so states, or if it is directly contrary to that law, or if it integrally reorders the whole subject matter of the earlier law. A universal law, however, does not derogate from a particular or from a special law, unless the law expressly provides otherwise.

Canon 21 In doubt, the revocation of a previous law is not presumed; rather, later laws are to be related to earlier ones and, as far as possible, harmonized with them.
Canons 27 and 28 add to the argument:
Canon 27 Custom is the best interpreter of laws.

Canon 28 Without prejudice to the provisions of can. 5, a custom, whether contrary to or apart from the law, is revoked by a contrary custom or law. But unless the law makes express mention of them, it does not revoke centennial or immemorial customs, nor does a universal law revoke particular customs. 2
Christian veiling is a very serious matter, one that concerns two millennia of Church Tradition -- which extends back to Old Testament tradition and to New Testament admonitions....
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Would you like Father Trigilio to speak at your parish or diocese?
He has been giving talks at conferences across the USA and Canada
One day (afternoon or evening) lectures, two-three day seminars, conferences, retreats,
parish missions, days of recollection, etc.
Since he is a pastor of two parishes, weekdays are better for his schedule
(Monday - Friday)

(Sunday evening; Saturday morning, sometimes possible)
Phoenix, AZ; Petoskey, MI; Orange, CA; Chicago, IL; Green Bay, WI; Reading, PA; Allentown, PA; Blue Army Shrine, Washington, DC;
Rochester, NY; New Orleans, LA; Dayton, OH; Cincinnati, OH; St. Louis, MO; Casa Maria Retreat House, Irondale, AL; Bay City, MI; San Diego, CA;
Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception, Washington, DC; Regina, Saskatchewan; Fargo, ND

E-mail with your proposed dates and times

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Bernie

Thank you, Father John Trigilio.