Tag: Dignity

  • On the Concept of Human Dignity

      by The Rambling Catholic. One only needs to drive around big cities like Manila and see billboards of half-dressed men and women to get an idea on how secular society views the human person. You go home, turn on your TV, and you’re greeted by the same degenerate garbage shrugged off by many as […]

  • Considering Beauty in 2017

    Today marks the end of National Woman’s Month. For the past 30 days I’ve been musing about what being a Catholic woman means in 2017, and my wanderings led me… to beauty. I found it rather striking that all three of our most recent popes have been impacted by Dostoevsky, and particularly that quote from […]