Editor of Tradition in Action disagrees with +W on Women in College

Started by Bonaventure, January 15, 2013, 10:38:00 PM

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The Harlequin King

Quote from: Penelope on May 29, 2013, 05:31:07 PMThe 'Aggie Catholic' blog is rather well known and well respected in the Catholic blogging world.

Didn't know that. I need to check it out. Wearing my dad's Aggie ring has sparked some interesting conversations with alumni after church, in that sort of "oh, hey, you're a Mason too" way. Except not.

*insert History Channel meme guy saying "I'm not saying it was Masons, but..." here*

Kaesekopf

Since we're sharing anecdotes, had I not gone off to my private engineering school, I would not be the Catholic or the person I am today.  I was radically different those many years ago, and moving a few states away, and then living abroad for a year, changed me in many positive ways. 
Wie dein Sonntag, so dein Sterbetag.

I am not altogether on anybody's side, because nobody is altogether on my side.  ~Treebeard, LOTR

Jesus son of David, have mercy on me.

Gottmitunsalex

For me it was Bishop Richard Williamson that the Lord set in my path.


But as per the knowing a woman's place in marriage, my wife and I talked about it BEFORE getting married, while we were still in the university.
 
We both graduated, she works 3 times as much as I do because she is the homemaker.
For a while she did get a lot of flak for it from her family, they went through hell to help pay for her schooling.

We weren't trads at the time. But we both clicked cause we were on the same page in regards to marriage.  Husband leads, wife follows.(For the PC's out there: wife supports husband)  :)
The children are home with their mother when I arrive from work. You don't see much of that anywhere.

She is a very smart woman and the kids reap the benefits of having a mom that's at home.





 
"Nothing is more miserable than those people who never failed to attack their own salvation. When there was need to observe the Law, they trampled it under foot. Now that the Law has ceased to bind, they obstinately strive to observe it. What could be more pitiable that those who provoke God not only by transgressing the Law but also by keeping it? But at any rate the Jews say that they, too, adore God. God forbid that I say that. No Jew adores God! Who say so? The Son of God say so. For he said: "If you were to know my Father, you would also know me. But you neither know me nor do you know my Father". Could I produce a witness more trustworthy than the Son of God?"  St. John Chrysostom  Sunday Homily

"The two goals of the Jews: The universal domination of the world and the destruction of Catholicism, out of hatred for Christ" --Mgr. Jouin

Bonaventure

Alex, you got lucky, blessed was more like it, to find a good woman. That's what it comes down to, finding the right person.
"If any man will come after me, let him deny himself, and take up his cross, and follow me."

Gottmitunsalex

Quote from: Bonaventure on May 29, 2013, 10:09:38 PM
Alex, you got lucky, blessed was more like it, to find a good woman. That's what it comes down to, finding the right person.
Thank you. My children and I are indeed blessed to have her.
"Nothing is more miserable than those people who never failed to attack their own salvation. When there was need to observe the Law, they trampled it under foot. Now that the Law has ceased to bind, they obstinately strive to observe it. What could be more pitiable that those who provoke God not only by transgressing the Law but also by keeping it? But at any rate the Jews say that they, too, adore God. God forbid that I say that. No Jew adores God! Who say so? The Son of God say so. For he said: "If you were to know my Father, you would also know me. But you neither know me nor do you know my Father". Could I produce a witness more trustworthy than the Son of God?"  St. John Chrysostom  Sunday Homily

"The two goals of the Jews: The universal domination of the world and the destruction of Catholicism, out of hatred for Christ" --Mgr. Jouin